Team news: Shefflin starts as Cats ring the changesHenry Shefflin is named in the Kilkenny 15 for tomorrow's HL Division 1 semi-final against Galway - but Tommy Walsh has to be content with a place on the bench.
Twenty-thirteen was no disaster - GlynnGalway attacker Jonathan Glynn insists 2013 was not a disaster for the Tribesmen.
Cunningham: we're going to winGalway manager Anthony Cunningham has sounded a rallying call to his players ahead of Sunday's NHL Division 1 semi-final against Kilkenny.
Supporters' Buses heading for Gaelic GroundsThere will be two Galway Supporters' buses heading to the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday.
Cooney to feature on Seó SpóirtSeó Spóirt's roving reporter Gemma Ní Chionnaith speaks to the Galway hurler, Conor Cooney
Galway sweat over fitness of key trioGalway hurlers are sweating over the fitness of three key players ahead of Sunday's NHL Division 1 semi final against Kilkenny at the Gaelic Grounds.
Gaelic Football Scholarship ProgrammeThe University of Ulster is pleased to announce that once again it will be offering Postgraduate Gaelic Football Scholarships for the 2014 / 2015 season.
Captain Canning ready to startJoe Canning will skipper the Galway hurlers for the first time in Sunday's HL semi-final against Kilkenny.
GPA: logistical issues behind missed drug testsThe GPA's head of communications Sean Potts has backed up Clare's explanation as to why their hurlers missed two drug tests in March of last year.
Clubs to share in concert cash bonanzaGAA clubs are to share in a €500,000 windfall from the eight concerts scheduled for Croke Park this year.
Duffy: Sky deal for "members outside Ireland"Director General Páraic Duffy says the GAA's Sky TV deal is for Irish people abroad first and foremost.
You can't keep a good man downMichael Meehan put his injury hell behind him to manage his alma mater St. Jarlath's, Tuam to a Connacht PP 1st Year 'A' football championship title last Thursday.
If the hurling All Stars were picked now...With the hurling leagues down to the last four, we pick the players who have caught our eye so far this year.
Mulholland turns attention to different 'agenda'Galway manager Alan Mulholland admits that he is now just focused on the Connacht SFC clash against London at Ruislip on May 25th.
Galway await Healy fateThe Galway senior footballers are awaiting what punishment goalkeeper Tom Healy will receive following his sending off against Monaghan.
Maher felt the time was rightGalway camogie legend Therese Maher admits she thought long and hard before deciding to hang up her hurl.
Black card sees 10 per cent increase in scoresThe Central Competitions Control Committee has released statistics following the conclusion of the regular rounds of the 2014 Allianz Football Leagues.
Pádraig Pearses club notesOur U14 hurlers have qualified for the U14B1 Semi-Finals, with two games to spare, after a draw with Mullagh (1-9 to 3-3) on Monday evening last.
Hanley will be fit for ExilesFinian Hanley's shoulder injury is not as bad as first feared.
Eleven future stars attend AFL training campTadhg Kennelly is overseeing another AFL training camp in London today and some of the GAA's best young talents are in his sights.
HS football team of the weekThere was no shortage of outstanding individual displays in the final group games of the Allianz Football Leagues.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It has been a great privilege for me to have worn the Kildare jersey for the past 15 years and a wonderful honour to have soldiered with and against so many great players."
FL2: Monaghan continue climbMonaghan secured back-to-back promotions after a narrow victory over 14-man Galway - who have avoided relegation - at Clones.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThere was much at stake around the country today as the last round of the national football league took place.
Team news: Tribe call on O'NeillDonal O'Neill has been drafted into the Galway team for tomorrow's crucial Allianz League trip to Monaghan.
Mulholland: we're finding our formGalway manager Alan Mulholland is confident that they are finding their form at just the right time.
Cunningham looks at bigger pictureGalway manager Anthony Cunningham is looking a lot farther down the line than a league final appearance.
Moore taking cautious approachGalway defender Fergal Moore has stressed that they are not getting carried away, despite reaching the NHL semi final.
Ward pays tribute to retiring MaherGalway camogie boss Tony Ward has led the tributes to Therese Maher who has announced her inter-county retirement.
O'Neill 'shocked' by aggressive line of RTE questioningGAA President Liam O'Neill was 'shocked' by the grilling he, and Director General Paraic Duffy, received at the hands of RTE in a series of interviews related to the Sky TV deal yesterday.
Pearses GAA notesLast week our U16 hurlers got their season off to a winning start, by defeating Moycullen (1-12 to 2-4) in Ballymacward.
Piarsaigh An Ghallbhaile club notesThe minor boys comfortably overcame Greencastle tonight (Tuesday) on an impressive score line of 5-19 to 1-7. Next Tuesday 8th April they travel to Cappagh with throw-in at 6.30pm.
HL top scorers: Horgan holds top spot… for nowPat Horgan remains as the top scoring player in this year's Allianz HL but Seamus Callanan is hot on his heels.
HS hurling team of the weekThere was plenty at stake in this weekend's Allianz hurling leagues, we pick the players who impressed us most.
HS football team of the weekAn exciting climax to the group stages of the Allianz Football Leagues is in store next weekend ... but what players caught the eye in round 6?
Gaelic Grounds to host semi-final double billThe Gaelic Grounds will be the venue for the two Allianz Hurling League Division I semi-finals on Easter Sunday, April 20th.
So far so good for CunninghamFollowing their eight-point victory over Limerick, Anthony Cunningham's Galway side is where he wants them to be - but he knows Kilkenny in a league semi-final will be an entirely different proposition.
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"Life is full of mistakes. We all make mistakes in life. The most important thing is to learn from them and to grow from them. That's the way we'll approach it."
What they said ... the hurling weekend in quotes"When you like the ball you can do anything with it."
HL QF: Cooney fires Galway to semisConor Cooney was immense as Galway saw off Limerick by 1-20 to 1-12 in the quarterfinal at the Gaelic Grounds.
FL2: Tribe tame OrchardIt's getting hairy at the bottom of Division Two following Galway's 2-14 to 1-13 victory over Armagh in Tuam.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerWelcome to what was another busy afternoon of GAA action as the Allianz NFL reached the penultimate stages, while the quarterfinals of the hurling league also took place.
Team news: Cunningham sticks with same fifteenGalway have revealed their team to play Limerick.
O'Mahony: hard to understand what's wrong with TribeGalway's fall from gaelic football grace has taken John O'Mahony by surprise.
Football rankings: how does your county rate?With two rounds to go in the Allianz football leagues, we run the rule over the state of play in gaelic football. Who's been the movers and shakers since our last rankings back in December?
Tribesmen call on supportersGalway football board secretary Seamus O'Grady has called on the county's supporters to get behind Alan Mulholland's charges this weekend.
Hurling rankings: how does your county rate?Since our last hurling rankings on the eve of last year's All-Ireland final, Clare have jumped to the top of the pile. But how have the rest been faring?
Big weekend for Galway GAAIts another big weekend for Galway GAA with the Intercounty panels facing crucial games in the National league against Armagh in the Division 2
Ladies Schools FixturesLadies Schools Fixtures
Canning in race against timeGalway captain Joe Canning is rated as doubtful for their NHL quarterfinal clash against Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday.

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John O'Mahony can't put his finger on it ... what do you think is the reason behind Galway's fall from football grace?

We don't have the players
The management have to take the lion's share of the blame
I expect the U-21 success to rub off on the senior team