Meehan: Galway third favourites for ConnachtMichael Meehan reckons Galway are third favourites behind Mayo and Roscommon for Connacht SFC honours this year.
Preview: Connacht SFC: New York v Galway"Look, I'm not going to make any great predictions, but I would say we're quietly confident going into Sunday that we can turn the tide and win a Connacht championship match in New York for the first time."
Conroy 'delighted' to retain captaincyPaul Conroy is looking forward to leading Galway out in Sunday's Connacht SFC opener against New York at Gaelic Park.
Walsh takes cautious approachGalway manager Kevin Walsh is certainly not getting carried by the fact that his charges are red hot favourites to see off New York in the Connacht SFC.
Football rankings: Sky blues breathing down Kerry's neckThe league is over so it's the perfect time to update our football rankings.
Team news: New York line-up to face GalwayManager Ian Galvin has revealed his New York team to take on Galway in the opening round of the Connacht SFC at Gaelic Park on Sunday (8pm Irish time (3pm New York time)).
Lacey message isn't good, says MeehanMichael Meehan can fully understand why Karl Lacey is opting to put his career on hold to concentrate on Gaelic football.
Team news: Walsh unveils Galway 15Kevin Walsh has unveiled his Galway team ahead of Sunday's Connacht SFC preliminary round meeting with New York at Gaelic Park (8pm Irish time (3pm New York time)).
Bradshaw focussed on Big Apple challengeGalway's Gareth Bradshaw isn't taking New York for granted ahead of this Sunday's Connacht SFC opener.
Tribe trio return for Big Apple biteGalway will be boosted by the triple return of Johnny Duane, Tom Flynn and Gary Sice for their Connacht championship meeting with New York.
New York boss "quietly confident"Ian Galvin is confident New York can record their first-ever championship victory at Galway's expense on Sunday.
FL top scorers: Quigley finishes as the leading manFermanagh's Sean Quigley finished the Allianz FL as the top scorer, ahead of his closest rivals Colm O'Neill and Dean Rock.
Video: Camogie 'delighted' to be on TVSee a preview of the 2015 Irish Daily Star National League Finals with new Camogie Association President Catherine Neary and captains from the Division One decider between Cork and Galway.
Galway v New YorkThe All Ireland Championship officially starts this weekend with its annual exhibition game when New York are served up as an apéritif
GAA tweets: 'Nice bit of Silverware!'There was plenty of silverware on show over the weekend ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"We went after it, to try and be a bit more clinical."
TV schedule of live games revealedRTE and SKY will televise a combined total of 45 games across the gaelic football and hurling championships this summer.
SHC throws in this weekendThe Galway senior hurling championship begins this weekend.
Flynn boost for GalwayGalway have been boosted by the return of midfielder Tom Flynn.
GPA student report: 'Never Enough Time'A majority of student county players may not be enjoying a high quality learning experience and require more support from their respective academic and sporting environments according to a new report published by the Gaelic Players Association today.
Camogie clash to act as NHL final curtain-raiserThe national hurling league final between Cork and Waterford will be preceded by Cork V Galway in the camogie league decider.
Burke blow for TribeGalway's hurlers have been rocked by an injury to Daithi Burke.
SH challenge: Healy shines on Galway returnNiall Healy made a triumphant return to the Galway fold on Saturday.
SF challenge: Brogan rescues draw on returnAlan Brogan scored four points, including a late equaliser, as Dublin earned a 1-16 apiece draw with Galway in a lively SF challenge at Skerries this afternoon.
Galway Club Hurling ChampionshipJohn Mulholland bookmakers have opened the betting for the start of next week's Galway Club Hurling Championship.
Nee: New rules need timeCounty Referee Administrator Michael Nee feels that the new rules being introduced will need time to bed into games, especially hurling.
Minister announces €900,000 investment for Inter-County Players supportMinister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring today announced a €900,000 investment to support GAA inter-county players.
GAA unveil hurling and championship refs for 2015The GAA has confirmed its panels of referees for the 2015 football and hurling championships.
Minors turn attention to MayoGalway minor footballers are now focused on their Connacht MFC opener against Mayo.
NUI Galway teams up with Antrim clubOne of the most famous GAA clubs in Ireland, O'Donovan Rossa GAC Belfast, is teaming up with one of Ireland's leading universities NUI Galway.
Young Galway footballer loses fight for lifeThe funeral took place earlier today of 21-year-old Glenamaddy footballer Keith Davis, who died at the weekend from injuries he sustained in a car crash on March 29.
GAA tweets: 'Top class from McManus'Monaghan ace Conor McManus put on an exhibition of point taking in Croke Park yesterday ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Am I surprised? We've gone from game to game and genuinely that's the way we approached it. It's not our long-term ambition this year."
Dubs to host Galway in Skerries challengeTo mark the official opening of Skerries' Harps new clubhouse, Dublin will face Galway in a SF challenge on Sunday week, April 19 at 2pm.
Conroy happy to bow out with winPaul Conroy is pleased that Galway managed to conclude their national football league campaign on a winning note.
HS football team of the weekAfter a fascinating final day across the four divisions of this year's football leagues, we select our team of the week ...
GAA tweets: #ReturnOfTheGoochAn eventful final day of football league action generated plenty of discussion on Twitter ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's great to see him back. He has worked hard so it's great for him to finally get a bit of closure on his injury."
Allianz Football League: how it all panned outThe promotion and relegation issues, as well as the line-up for next weekend's Allianz Football League Division 1 semi-finals, were decided this afternoon.
FL2: Tribesmen send Lilywhites packingGalway preserved their Division Two status and condemned Kildare to the drop with a 3-12 to 1-12 victory at Tuam.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThis afternoon saw the last round of the NFL take place and there was still plenty of promotion and relegation places to be sorted.
D-Day in Allianz Football LeagueThe stakes are high for several counties on what promises to be a fascinating afternoon in the Allianz Football League.
Connacht U21FC final: Rossies retain provincial crownTwo second half goals from Diarmuid Murtagh and Paul Kenny proved crucial as Roscommon successfully defended their Connacht U21 FC crown against Galway at Tuam Stadium.
Team news: Callaghan back from suspensionEamonn Callaghan returns from suspension for Kildare's make or break Division 2 fixture against Galway in Tuam tomorrow.
Flynn expecting tough testGalway under-21 manager Alan Flynn is adamant that his charges will have to be at their best, if they are to see off the challenge of Roscommon in the Connacht football final.
Cunningham seeks positivesFollowing their exit from the NHL, Galway manager Anthony Cunningham knows what needs to be done ahead of the Leinster championship.
Joyce fears Galway relegationPadraic Joyce says Galway's 'mediocre' league form has come back to haunt them.
Kernan appointed new Ireland managerJoe Kernan has been confirmed as Ireland's new International Rules manager.
HS football team of the weekThe stage is set for an exciting final round of football league games next Sunday, here's who caught our eye over the penultimate weekend ...
Odds: Monaghan the main moversMonaghan's odds for FL Division 1 honours has been slashed following yesterday's win over Kerry.