The champagne corks were popping as Ramor United, St Brigid's, St Kiernan's, Corofin and Kilmurry-Ibrickane celebrated football success...
Former Galway All-Ireland winner Kieran Fitzgerald picked up his 11th SFC medal yesterday...
"Our character has been questioned over the last couple of years and the way the game went today, it was tested more than ever."
It was business as usual for Corofin in Pearse Stadium today as they overcame Salthill-Knocknacarra to capture their fourth consecutive Galway SFC title.
This afternoon saw no fewer than 14 county finals take place around the country.
When Stephen Rochford swapped Corofin for Mayo, Kevin O'Brien was the obvious choice to take over the reins of the Galway club.
Barring draws, 14 more county champions will be crowned tomorrow.
Defending champions Corofin have a few injury concerns ahead of Sunday's Galway SFC final against Salthill/Knocknacarra.
Jason Sherlock says money and resources have nothing to do with the size of Dublin's backroom team.
Attendances at intercounty senior football championship matches are dropping to alarming lows.
The Connacht club intermediate football championship gets underway this weekend.
The GAA has released a more detailed document outlining proposals for a new GAA Football Championship structure.
The 2017 Independent.ie HE GAA Sigerson Championship Weekend will be hosted by Comhairle Ardoideachais Connachta in the Connacht GAA Centre in Bekan, Mayo on February 17-18, 2017.
'The Mark' is to be implemented in the Independent.ie Higher Education GAA Senior Football League Division 1.
Gregory O'Kane has warned his Irish team to be prepared for a physically tough Hurling / Shinty International clash with Scotland.
A GAA Club Players Association (CPA) could be up and running within three weeks.
Here's the Twitter reaction to a hectic weekend of county finals across the country and the shock passing of a rugby icon, Anthony Foley...
"The Rattler... in our club, when we were growing up we heard so much about Mickey Byrne, 11 county finals in a row (winning 10) and that record, 14 county titles. So we were always looking up to them."
A 46th minute Sean Skehill goal swung the Galway SHC final in St Thomas' favour in Pearse Stadium.
It was busy today: ten county football finals, nine hurling deciders and the start of the Ulster Club SFC.
St Thomas' have bounced back from three defeats in their first four Galway SHC games in emphatic fashion and manager John Burke hopes they can continue their winning ways in today's decider against Gort.
There's no shortage of club action this weekend with an incredible 21 county finals set to be decided.