HL1A: Cats too strong for Tribesmen
Kilkenny dominated the first half before eventually beating Galway by 2-16 to 1-16 at Nowlan Park.
FL2: Galway end losing run
Galway scored 1-4 without reply in the last 20 minutes to claim their first victory in Division 2 at Down's expense.
As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Today was one of the busiest days on the GAA inter-county scene as there were a full round of fixtures in the Allianz National hurling and football leagues.
Team news: Burke in for Galway hurlers
The Galway team to face Kilkenny in Nowlan Park tomorrow shows one change from that which lost to Waterford a fortnight ago.
Duggan Park to be lit up
Planning permission has finally been granted for the installation of floodlights at Duggan Park in Ballinasloe.
Team news: Hanley back for Tribe
Finian Hanley is one of four changes to the Galway team for tomorrow's Allianz Football League meeting with Down in Tuam.
Muholland shares in fans' frustration
Under-fire Galway manager Alan Mulholland insists he is every bit as frustrated as the county's supporters at the team's disastrous start to the year.
Team news: Fennelly and Shefflin absent
Brian Cody has made a raft of changes to his Kilkenny team for Sunday's Allianz NHL Division 1A meeting with Galway at Nowlan Park.
Team news: Mourne men unchanged
Down manager James McCartan has once again kept faith with the same XV.
Weekend GAA odds
It hasn't exactly been a great start for Galway in the football and suddenly Down at home becomes a must win or it could be down Galway go into Division Three.
Joyce's admiration for Mayo
Padraig Joyce admits he'd love to see Mayo win an All-Ireland.
Injuries mount for hurlers
The Galway hurlers will travel to Nowlan Park on Sunday without a host of regular players.
No new date yet for club hurling draws
Hurling clubs still don't know when the draws for this year's senior and intermediate championships will take place.
Connacht glory for three local schools
Presentation Athenry, St. Mary's College and St. Enda's College were victorious in last weekend's inaugural Connacht Post Primary Schools hurling finals.
Hanley faces player revolt
Westmeath manager Brian Hanley is facing a player revolt after experienced forward John Shaw claimed that the Galway native should step down.
Hanley set for Tribe return
Finian Hanley is expected to return to the Galway defence for Sunday's Division 2 clash against Down in Tuam Stadium.
Mulholland's job is safe
Alan Muholland's position as Galway senior football manager is safe despite their poor start to the Allianz FL Division 2 campaign.
Silke: focus should be on football, not Twitter
Ray Silke says Galway's footballers should focus on their football rather than their Twitter accounts.
Joyce: Tribe trials make for painful viewing
Padraig Joyce doesn't enjoy watching Galway struggle.
NUI Galway Introduces CAO 'Performance Points'
15 Elite athletes, who meet strict criteria, will be awarded 40 CAO Performance Points for undergraduate courses under the new NUI Galway Scholarship Scheme
Milford retain senior camogie title
Milford became only the third team since the turn of the century to retain the AIB All-Ireland senior club camogie title, after a thunderous battle at Croke Park.
Caltra GAA club notes
Official opening of the Community Centre will take place on March 16th.
FL2: Laois in cruise control
Laois produced a devastating display to defeat Galway by 1-20 to 0-08 at O'Moore Park tonight.
Interpro Hurling final: Leinster tops at Croker
Leinster were crowned the Interprovincial hurling champions following a 1-23 to 0-16 win over Connacht at Croke Park this afternoon.
As it happened: Saturday Match Tracker
Welcome to yet another weekend of GAA action and we turned our attention back to football this weekend, starting with four games this evening.
Connacht understength for final
The all-Galway Connacht team named by manager Anthony Cunningham for this evening's Inter-provincial hurling final contains some unfamiliar names.
Tannian to spend his weekend in Croker
A large part of Galway hurling star Iarla Tannian's weekend will be spent in Croke Park.
Athenry and Loughrea meet in Connacht Colleges final
Presentation, Athenry and St. Brigid's, Loughrea will face off in the Connacht PP Schools 'A' hurling final at Kenny Park on Sunday (throw-in 3pm).
Ardrahan camogs in All-Ireland bid
All roads lead to Croke Park for Ardrahan supporters on Sunday for the All-Ireland club senior camogie final against reigning champions Milford of Cork.
Cunningham's "balancing act"
Connacht and Galway manager Anthony Cunningham admits tomorrow's Inter-provincial hurling final against Leinster poses a selection headache for him.
Tribesmen make three changes
There are three changes to the Galway side that lost out to Donegal for Saturday's clash with Laois at O'Moore Park.
Pearses GAA Notes
Our Senior hurlers had their first competitive game of the season last Sunday, when they took on Castlegar in the League, in Castlegar.
Piarsaigh An Ghallbhaile club notes
The Senior team's Ulster League game against St Mary's Slaughtmanus was called off on Sunday. They play their last group game against Buncrana at home on Sunday 2nd March at home at 12pm.
Ideal team bonding on Inishturk Island
The wider GAA community may not be familiar with our small club situated off the west Mayo coast.
Connacht manager John Tobin was euphoric after the Westerners' ended a 45-year wait for Inter-provincial honours.
Kilbeacanty GAA club notes
The Kilbeacanty GAA supporters Draw for February took place along with our Juvenile Club
What they said ... the weekend in quotes
"We just switched a few things, tried a few things and some days you try all sorts of things and it won't happen for you. Today we got the result."
HL1A: Na Deise too strong for Tribesmen
Waterford outscored Galway by eight points to two in the final 22 minutes to claim a 0-22 to 1-13 success at windy Walsh Park.
Interpro Football: Connacht bridge 45-year gap
Connacht are interprovincial football champions for the first time since 1969 after beating Ulster by 2-19 to 1-7 in the final at Tuam.
As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
The weekend action continued this afternoon as for the second week running, we had a full round of Allianz NHL matches for you to follow.
No change for Galway
Unsurprisingly, Galway manager Anthony Cunningham has kept faith with the side that hammered Dublin last weekend for tomorrow's Allianz Hurling League clash with Waterford.
Connacht Colleges SHC: Burke steers Athenry into decider
Brian Burke was the scoring hero for Presentation Athenry as they defeated Galway rivals Portumna CS in Ballinasloe yesterday to reach the Connacht Colleges SHC final.
Ó Fearghail to become next GAA President
Aogán Ó Fearghail (Cavan) will be the next GAA President following his election at GAA Congress in Croke Park this evening.
Divilly keeping his players fresh
UCD boss John Divilly doesn't want his players "going for the gear bag every night."
Comortas Peil na Gaeltachta - Conamara 2014
Beidh cluichí ceannais Comortas Peil na Gaeltachta Conamara in Pairc An Piarseach, Ros Muc i mbliana, ar an 3ú & 4ú do Bealtaine.
Tuam Stadium to host Inter-pro final
History beckons for Connacht in Sunday's Inter-provincial final against Ulster at Tuam Stadium (throw-in 2.30pm).
Farrell wants Interpros review
Dessie Farrell says a review of the ailing Interprovincial Series is required and suggests playing the games on foreign soil.
Camogs face Cats in All-Ireland rematch
The Galway camogie team will begin their National League campaign against Kilkenny in what is a repeat of last year's All-Ireland final at Duggan Park, Ballinasloe on Sunday (throw-in 2.30pm).
Hurlers report clean bill of health
Anthony Cunningham is in the happy position of being able to pick from a fully-fit squad for Sunday's Allianz Hurling League clash with Waterford.