Hackers target Connacht GAA websiteA link to Japanese pornography images has appeared on the Connacht GAA Council's website.
Championship tweets: The Village celebratesIt's probably safe to assume that there is no shortage of sore heads around the country this morning following yesterday's club final schedule.
Champions CorofinWell it was just the eighteen points that separated the sides at the finish but having been flagged up so early in the season by John Mulhollands
O'Rourke taken to task on twitterColm O'Rourke's Sunday Independent column ruffled quite a few feathers on social media yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It was unbelievable standing up there and seeing everyone."
Galway SFC final: Corofin in a canterCorofin justified odds of 1/12 with an emphatic victory over St. Michael's to retain the Frank Fox Cup at Tuam Stadium.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerNovember may be almost upon us, but the games keep coming thick and fast as we had no fewer than 17 county finals to bring you live coverage of today.
Football finals in 11 countiesBarring draws, 11 more county senior football champions will be crowned this afternoon.
"No-one is giving us a chance"St. Michael's manager John Kenny accepts his side are rank outsiders in today's Galway SFC final.
Joyce rolls back the years with 1-5Galway great Padraic Joyce hit 1-5 today to help save his club Killererin from relegation to the intermediate ranks.
St Michael's to make historyHistory will be made in Tuam Stadium on Sunday when St Michael's contest their first-ever Galway SFC final.
Corofin bid for title #16Corofin will aim to win their 16th Galway SFC title on Sunday.
Corofin v St MichaelsCorofin v St Michaels is being billed as the unbeatables against an underdog city side in their first ever senior final. John Mulholland has kept Corofin
Galway SHC in disarrayThe 2015 Galway SHC is up in the air after Turloughmore's removal from the competition was quashed.
Ten Galway hurlers take part in 36k Cycle Charity Challenge for JigsawOn Monday evening ten members of the Galway hurlers took part in a 36k Charity Cycle for local charity Jigsaw.
County final and rest of the bettingIts county final weekend in both Galway and Mayo and both matches have very different looks to the betting.
Galway SHC: Canning goal crucial as Portumna prevailAll-Ireland club champions Portumna have qualified for their ninth Galway SHC final in 12 years thanks to a 1-15 to 0-15 victory over a wasteful Craughwell in Athenry yesterday.
Galway SFC: St. Michael's reach first finalSt. Michael's are through to their first ever Galway SFC final after defeating Barna 0-9 to 0-7 in yesterday's semi-final replay in Moycullen.
Championship tweets: Pride in the ParishThere's nothing that can compare with success in the club jersey ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There is nothing like winning with the club in my opinion."
As it happened: County Finals Match TrackerIt was a busy day on the club scene throughout the country with no fewer than 12 county finals down for decision.
Galway GAA left red-faced by 'Paintgate'Galway county board has promised to reimburse spectators who literally had their bums reddened during last weekend's county SFC semi-finals at Tuam Stadium.
Turloughmore handed Galway SHC lifelineTurloughmore's hopes of being reinstated to the Galway SHC are still very much alive.
St Michaels v Barna Part IISt Michael is the patron saint of the sick and I'm sure there were plenty of sick St Michael's supporters the last day.
Salthill/Knocknacarra upset neighbours with development plansSalthill/Knocknacarra's plans to develop two new pitches outside their parish boundaries at Mincloon, Rahoon are set to be objected to by neighbouring clubs.
Turloughmore seek DRA hearingTurloughmore are to bring their appeal against the decision to eject them from the Galway SHC to the Disputes Resolution Authority (DRA).
SFC 2015: Kerry avoid Cork, Donegal to play TyroneThe draw for the Munster championship has seen All-Ireland champions Kerry awaiting the winner of a Waterford and Tipperary quarter-final.
SHC 2015: Galway up against Dublin while Clare face LimerickThe draws for the 2015 hurling championships took place this evening and All-Ireland champions Kilkenny could come up against Liam Dunne's charges.
2015 championship draws tonightThe dust has barely settled on the 2014 championship and thoughts are already turning to next year with the draws for the 2015 championship scheduled for this evening.
Galway U21 and minor hurlers' Leinster bid facing resistanceGalway's application to join the Leinster U21 and minor hurling championships is in danger of hitting a brick wall after two Liam MacCarthy counties voted against the move.
Cats get the cream with 13 All-Star nominationsKilkenny's achievement in winning a 35th All-Ireland SHC title has been recognised with 13 All-Star nominations.
Ireland squad for Hurling/Shinty International Series announcedThe GAA have announced the senior and U21 squads to face Scotland in this year's Hurling/Shinty International Series.
Kingdom top All Star nomination listAll-Ireland champions Kerry lead the way with 11 nominations in this year's All-Star football awards.
Ladies football All Star nominees announcedThe 2014 TG4 All Star nominations have been announced with players from 12 counties represented in the 45 strong shortlist.
Freshers All Ireland BlitzThere are 3 Cups in the 2014 Fresher Blitz, Senior, Intermediate and Junior.
Clare and Wexford dominate U21 Hurling Team of the YearClare and Wexford contribute 12 players to the 2014 Bord Gáis Energy U21 Hurling Team of the Year which was announced today.
45-year-old Walsh plays his part in historic club successNew Galway senior football manager Kevin Walsh dusted the cobwebs off his football boots to help Killanin win the Galway IFC title for the first time in their history yesterday.
Championship tweets: Clubs take centre stageNow that the curtain has come down on the inter-county scene, it was the turn of clubs to make the headlines over the weekend.
Rebels and Cats head camogie All-Stars shortlistAll-Ireland champions Cork and National League winners Kilkenny dominate the camogie All-Stars shortlist with 14 and 12 nominations respectively.
Hurling rankings: to the Cats goes the creamKilkenny's latest All-Ireland triumph keeps them at the top of our leader board. However, there have been some changes to the pecking order since our last hurling rankings in the middle of August.
Amsterdam Enter Leinster Junior ChampionshipEuropean Senior Champions, Amsterdam Gaelic Athletic Club have Croke Park firmly in their sights, as they take their first steps into the Leinster Junior Championship at the weekend.
Turloughmore thrown out of Galway SHCTurloughmore were thrown out of the Galway SHC last night for fielding an ineligible player in their group match against Beagh on September 14.
Leinster to vote on inclusion of Galway U21 and minor hurlersIt will be another five weeks before Galway will find out if their application to join the Leinster U21 and minor hurling championships is successful.
Cunningham seeking that extra edgeGalway manager Anthony Cunningham believes that the management team needs to find that 'extra percent' to go on and win big games.
Nominations for hurling jobs releasedNow that the senior hurling manager's role has been filled, attention turns to the county minor and under-21 jobs.
Football rankings: Kingdom comeThe intercounty season is at an end and we have our final football rankings of 2014.
Second Galway hurling team joins LeinsterAll of Galway's inter-county hurling teams could soon be competing in Leinster after it was confirmed that the intermediates will be following their senior counterparts across the Shannon in 2015.
2015 O'Byrne, Walsh Cup groupsThe groups for next year's O'Byrne and Walsh Cup competitions were drawn at last night's Leinster Council meeting.
'Nash rule' could be changed againThe rule governing penalties and close-in frees in hurling could be tweaked again.
Black card rule=more scoresStatistics released by the GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) show that the average number of points scored per game in this year's football championship was 9.5 per cent higher than last year.

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