Under-21s prepare for Connacht finalThe Galway under-21 footballers must step up a gear if they are to defeat Roscommon in the Connacht final.
Tough test for hurlersGalway hurlers know that they will face a stern test against Waterford in Sunday's NHL quarterfinal on Sunday afternoon.
Three cards in one weekendDamien Comer collected three cards lining out for Galway over the weekend.
HS hurling team of the weekThere was a large element of shadow boxing about some of the games but here's the players who stood out in round 5 of the hurling leagues ...
Odds: Tipp now 5/4 to land title number 20The quarter-final pairings for the Allianz NHL are now known and following their win over Cork on Sunday, Tipperary are now 5/4 from 15/8 to win a record 20th NHL title.
Hurling quarter-final dates and venuesThe dates, venues and times for next weekend's Allianz Hurling League Division I quarter-finals and relegation play-offs have been confirmed by the GAA.
Walsh admits Galway are lacking confidenceKevin Walsh admitted that Galway are suffering a crisis of confidence after they slumped to their third successive Allianz League defeat.
Introduction of new playing rules deferredAt the recent GAA Congress, a number of changes were made to the playing rules of football and hurling, including the introduction of the 'one-on-one penalty' and advantage rule in hurling.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's going to be a serious game - there's a lot at stake."
HL1A: Schutte sparkles as Dubs earn Limerick dateDublin outscored Galway by 0-13 to 0-5 in the second half at Parnell Park to register their third win in Division 1A and secure a quarter-final meeting with Limerick.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was judgement day in the national hurling league as the final round of matches took place in the various divisions.
FL2: Laois fight back to ease relegation worriesLaois are out of the relegation zone for the first time after they turned a six-point half-time deficit into a six-point victory over a flagging Galway in their re-fixed Division 2 encounter at Tuam Stadium.
Walsh not panickingGalway manager Kevin Walsh is refusing to panic ahead of today's rescheduled Allianz Football League encounter with Laois at Tuam Stadium.
Connacht U21 FC: Comer leads by exampleCaptain Damien Comer was the star of the show as Galway got the better of Mayo in today's semi-final at Elverys McHale Park.
Schools: Kieran's have 20th title in their sightsSt Kieran's College will take on Thurles CBS in this year's Croke Cup decider after they edged out Presentation College Athenry in a thrilling semi-final in Banagher today.
Team news: Tribe U21s take on MayoThe Galway line-out for today's Connacht U21 FC semi-final against Mayo has been unveiled.
Team news: Six changes for GalwayThe Galway team to play Dublin in Parnell Park tomorrow sees six changes in personnel from the one that lost to Cork last time out.
Team news: Loftus earns his place in Mayo U21 sideMayo have made just one change to their starting line-up for tomorrow's Connacht U21FC semi-final versus Galway at MacHale Park, Castlebar.
Team news: Dubs turn focus to GalwayConal Keaney, Simon Lambert and Eamonn Dillon come into the Dublin team for their Allianz Hurling League Division 1A final round game against Galway at Parnell Park on Sunday.
Joe would guarantee goals at full-forwardNoel Lane has called on Galway manager Anthony Cunningham to play Joe Canning at full-forward and persevere with him on the edge of the square.
Team news: O'Connor in for LaoisLaois have named their team for Sunday's rescheduled Allianz Football League game versus Galway and the side shows one change from the Meath clash.
Camogie: McGrath's have happy memories of St PatrickSt Patrick's Day always brings good memories to the McGrath household.
Burke to concentrate on hurlingThe Galway senior hurling management are confident that they will win the tug of war over Daithi Burke's services.
Flynn makes Mayo favouritesGalway manager Alan Flynn insists Mayo are favourites going into tomorrow's Connacht U21FC semi-final at Elvery's MacHale Park.
Dublin Airport unveils signed Jersey collectionDublin Airport Authority (DAA) last week unveiled a unique exhibition of 34 signed inter-county GAA jerseys in Terminal 2 of Dublin Airport.
Walsh playing the waiting gameYoung Footballer of the Year nominee Shane Walsh is anxiously waiting for his chance to show Kevin Walsh what he is capable of.
Fitzgerald enjoys return to Croke Park winners enclosureCorofin stalwart Kieran Fitzgerald admitted he didn't appreciate the achievement of winning an All-Ireland medal with Galway as much as he should have back in 2001.
Twitter: let the celebrations begin!Here's what Twitter had to say about the All-Ireland Club finals ...
Cycle for Life 2015 launchedThe launch of Cycle For Life 2015 took place in DCU on Monday.
"Fair play to Corofin"Slaughtneil selector John Joe Kearney accepted that Corofin were the better team in Croke Park yesterday but the Derry side's disappointment was compounded by the feeling that they 'under-performed'.
Rochford delighted to get across the lineHaving enjoyed the sweet taste of All-Ireland club glory as a player with his native Crossmolina back in 2001, Stephen Rochford created a little bit of history in Croke Park yesterday.
All-Ireland Club SFC final: Corofin win one-sided deciderCorofin captured their second All-Ireland senior club football championship with a facile 1-14 to 0-7 victory over Slaughtneil at Croke Park.
Sice remembers magical '98Corofin attacker Gary Sice was inspired by what he witnessed at Croke Park in 1998.
Half a dozen things we learned this weekendMayo were licked out the gate by the visiting Dubs on Saturday evening. But cannot feel any sympathy for the men in green and red.
HS hurling team of the weekThings are beginning to get interesting in the hurling leagues, check out our team of the week ...
HS football team of the weekIt's still all to play for across the four divisions in the football leagues, here's our team of the week ...
International Rules series confirmed for Croker in NovemberThe GAA and their AFL counterparts have confirmed that Ireland will host Australia in a one-test 2015 International Rules Series at Croke Park in Dublin on Saturday, November 21.
Odds: Ballyhale and Corofin are the bookies' favouritesBallyhale Shamrocks are all the rage at 1/2 to defeat Limerick's Kilmallock (2/1) in tomorrow's All-Ireland Club SH final.
GAA tweets: Eddie Brennan has heard it all now'Players signing codes of conduct well that bates banagher!!!'
What they said ... the hurling weekend in quotes"People can write what they want to write, there is no problem, no hassle with that."
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"I'm saying this every week ... "
HL1A: O'Sullivan double downs TribesmenCork survived a late Galway onslaught at Pearse Stadium to make it three wins from their last three outings in Division 1A.
JBM: it was a brave decisionReferee Fergal Horgan's decision to disallow what would have been an equalising goal for Galway in Salthill today was described as 'brave' by Cork manager Jimmy Barry-Murphy.
FL2: Cavan come good in second halfCavan eased their relegation worries by coming from five points down at half-time to beat Galway at Pearse Stadium.
As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker'Twas like September all over again as we had repeats of both of last year's All-Ireland finals taking place this afternoon!
Team news: Walsh unveils Galway 15Kevin Walsh has unveiled his Galway team to face Cavan in the FL Division 2 at Pearse Stadium on Sunday.
Team news: Canning startsJoe Canning will make his first competitive start of the year for Galway in Sunday's HL Division 1A clash with Cork.
Team news: Rebels ring the changesCork have made five changes in personnel for Sunday's HL Division 1A clash with Galway at Pearse Stadium.
Corofin a home from home for Mayo man RochfordStephen Rochford says there's a number of similarities between his native Crossmolina and Corofin, the club he will lead into next Tuesday's All-Ireland Club SFC final at Croke Park.
"There will be plenty of time for celebrating if we bring back the cup"Slaughtneil joint-manager John Joe Kearney believes Croke Park shouldn't hold any fears for their players.