Here are the main items that was on the agenda at last Saturday's meeting of the GAA's Central Council...
The new GAA/GPA agreement has received the thumbs up from inter-county players...
Do you know your stuff from what happened in the GAA world over the past weekend?
The GAA and Gaelic Players Association have announced details of a new deal worth €6.2m per year that includes a number of significant increases in benefits for inter-county players.
Ex-Kilkenny star Eddie Brennan feels Clare are at a crossroads following yesterday's All-Ireland SHC exit at the hands of Galway.
Check out a round-up of the GAA topics that were trending on Twitter over the weekend...
"There is more important things in life than sport."
CORK cemented their place in the semi-finals of an incredibly competitive Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship with a 0-16 to 0-9 victory over Galway at St Brendan's Park.
Kilkenny's Padraig Walsh has revealed that he is driven by the success of previous Kilkenny teams and that of his brother Tommy.
The draw has been made for this year's Leinster club championships.
Yes, says the newly-appointed national hurling development manager Martin Fogarty.
The venues and throw-in times for the upcoming Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Finals on Saturday July 30th have now been confirmed as follows:
The GAA could be set to go down the road of paying its elite referees.
After an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, here are the players that make our team of the week...
Pearse Stadium and Kingspan Breffni Park will host next Saturday's All-Ireland SFC Round 4A qualifier ties, while Croke Park will stage a Round 4B double-header on Saturday week.
Three provincial football crowns were decided on Sunday while Saturday saw plenty of qualifier action. Do you know your stuff?
Tyrone's Cathal McShane pleads his innocence but team-mate Joe McMahon is having none of it...
"(It's a) proud day to be a Tyrone man and it's a long time coming."
Tyrone, Galway and Dublin are celebrating provincial glory this evening following an action-packed day of gaelic football.
This afternoon saw four All-Ireland senior football championship qualifiers take place.
GALWAY deployed the afterburners in the second half to repel Kilkenny in Freshford and book a direct berth in the semi-finals of the Liberty Insurance Senior Camogie Championship.
It was typical Kilkenny at Wexford Park as the Cats came from six points down to beat Wexford by three, 3-14 to 2-14.