O'Donoghue, Hogan and Corkery in Sports Person of the Year contentionGAA stars James O'Donoghue, Richie Hogan and Briege Corkery are in the running for the RTE Sports Person of the Year award tonight.
"Playing for Kerry is a way of life to me"Marc O Se admits retirement did cross his mind following the All-Ireland final victory over Donegal - but the lure of the Kerry jersey proved too strong.
Murphy worked his socks offKerry's humiliating league defeat at the hands of arch rivals Cork in Tralee back in April turned out to be a blessing in disguise according to Paul Murphy.
GPA launch leadership programmeThe Gaelic Players Association launched the Jim Madden Leadership Programme which is aimed an inspiring players to become a new generation of community heroes.
Leahy proud of Causeway U21sMaurice Leahy was a proud man after Causeway won the Kerry U21 HC on Sunday.
Walsh and O Se raring to goTommy Walsh is set to make his return to the Kerry jersey next month.
GAA launch referee recruitment driveGAA President Liam O'Neill launched a new recruitment campaign at Croke Park today aimed at bolstering the number of volunteers involved in refereeing at all levels of the Association.
Hurler Joyce impresses with oval ballKilkenny's All-Ireland winning minor hurling captain Darragh Joyce caught the eye at last weekend's Aussie Rules Europe Combine.
Playing for Kerry is more pressurised than the AFL - KennellyTadhg Kennelly felt under more pressure lining out for Kerry in 2009 than he had as a professional footballer in the AFL for a decade beforehand.
Odds: Vincent's and Corofin can't be separatedFour teams are left standing in the AIB All Ireland Club SFC and, following their Leinster final victory over Rhode, reigning champions St Vincent's are now the joint 13/10 favourites to retain the trophy on March 17.
Paidi - gone but not forgottenToday marks the second anniversary of the passing of Kerry great Paidi O Se.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"He comes in for a lot of attention in a lot of games but he's a couple of years older now."
Championship tweets: Vins raise the barSt Vincent's 10-point victory over Rhode yesterday was the talk of twitter.
New coach and captain for Kingdom hurlersFormer Tipperary captain Conor Gleeson has joined Eamonn Kelly's backroom team with the Kerry senior hurlers.
GPA answers criticismThe GPA has responded to recent criticism of the role it plays in the GAA by publishing detailed answers to 'Frequently Asked Questions' on their website - gaelicplayers.com.
Cork's Healy takes charge of Dr CrokesDr Crokes have turned to a Cork man in their quest to prise the Kerry SFC title from Austin Stacks next year.
AFL International Combine gets underwayThe fourth AFL International Combine gets underway in DCU today.
Farrell: players want changeGPA chief executive Dessie Farrell claims the championship structure is "broken" and players want it changed.
Keane a relieved manBrosna manager Jimmy Keane admits he had his doubts during the Munster junior club football championship final.
"It's not about me," says modest Brosna heroAdam Barry was a modest man after his seven points inspired Brosna to glory in the Munster junior club football championship final.
All-Ireland finals scrape into RTE's 10 most watchedThe All-Ireland football and hurling finals were among the 10 most watched television programmes on RTE this year.
Munster awards for Fitzmaurice and O'DonoghueEamonn Fitzmaurice is the Munster Council's Manager of the Year.
Sigerson Cup draw: Holders to face Cork ITUCC will open their defence of the Sigerson Cup with a first round clash against Cork IT.
Devaney and Wall join Munster Hall of FameTipperary hurling hero, Liam Devaney, and Waterford star footballer, Jim Wall, are the latest Munster legends to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Kerry Ladies updatesA wonderful night was had on Saturday night at the Annual Awards Night in the Killarney Heights Hotel.
Championship tweets: ice baths or hot whiskeys?Despite the inclement conditions, Ballyhale Shamrocks and Kilcormac/Killloughey served up a Leinster Club SHC final thriller in Portlaoise yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"The big ogre is beginning to lose his sense of danger, Kilkenny."
Munster club JFC final: Barry the Brosna heroAdam Barry scored 0-7 as Brosna came from behind to beat Glin at Mallow and complete a clean sweep of Munster club titles for Kerry.
O'Donoghue, Hogan nominated for RTE Sports awardsKerry footballer James O'Donoghue and Kilkenny hurling star Richie Hogan are among the nominees for the RTÉ Sport Sports Person of the Year award.
As it happened: Sunday's provincial club finalsThis afternoon our focus was on the Leinster club senior hurling championship final.
Leinster club SHC final takes centre stageThe never-ending GAA season continues today when four more provincial club finals take place.
Gooch on course for March returnKerry fans will be delighted to hear that Colm Cooper's rehabilitation from his cruciate ligament injury is going according to plan.
The late Jackie Healy-Rae was a talented GAA playerThe death has occurred of former South Kerry TD Jackie Healy Rae. He was 83.
Kingdom are €131k in the blackKerry county board has posted a €131,000 surplus for 2014, despite the cost of having two teams involved in All-Ireland finals.
More to come from Stacks - ShanahanAustin Stacks captain Barry Shanahan is confident that there's more in the tank.

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