Here's the players that stood out for us on the second weekend of Allianz Football League action...
Kilkenny star Walter Walsh was put on the spot at the launch of the Allianz Hurling Leagues in Croke Park today.
It's early days in the Allianz Football Leagues but...
"We were wondering would we be miles out of our depth. That was a worry, would we be miles off it?"
Sean Morrissey's late goal ensured back-to-back All-Ireland club titles for Kilkenny's Bennettsbridge this afternoon as they edged Abbeyknockmoy of Galway.
Kilkenny champions Glenmore held off a second-half revival from Eoghan Rua of Derry this afternoon to clinch the All-Ireland club junior hurling championship at Croke Park.
All-Star Ger Aylward will play no part for Kilkenny this year, according to Brian Cody.
Having enjoyed last week's return to National League action and especially Antrim's profitable win over Carlow, the only negative from a betting point of view was Downs's heavy defeat to Donegal.
Shane Prendergast will captain Kilkenny's senior hurlers for the 2016 season.
Kilkenny legend Christy Heffernan has given a big thumbs up to his native Glenmore ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland club JHC final.
Uachtarán CLG Aogán Ó Fearghail today announced the return of Lá na gClubanna to the GAA Calendar in 2016.
The AIB All-Ireland Junior and Intermediate football and hurling finals in Croke Park this weekend will be broadcast live for the first time ever on IRISH TV.
All-Ireland Garda Gaelic Football Representative Brian J. Willoughby is presently compiling a book about Garda members, both male and female, who have represented their counties at senior level.
After round one of the Allianz Football Leagues, we pick our team of the week and 13 counties are represented...
Following their 2-14 to 0-14 victory over Kerry in Croke Park on Saturday evening, Dublin are now Evens from 11/10 to retain the Division 1 National Football League title.
Thankfully, both Lee Keegan and Eoin Cadogan are on the mend following their collision in Pairc Ui Rinn yesterday...
"You go into any game looking to put in a performance, to put your best foot forward. Clearly, we were second best today."
Fourteen Round One national football league matches went down for decision this afternoon.
Oulart-The Ballagh's dreams of a unique AIB All-Ireland club double were dashed at Carriganore in Waterford, after Milford narrowly beat them by 1-9 to 1-8 in their senior camogie semi-final.
One of hurling's all-time greats made his return to the football field yesterday after a 14-year absence.
This weekend sees us get down to the nitty gritty of the GAA season, managers can no longer claim to be playing "experimental line-ups" and players can no longer claim to be getting back to fitness.
Kilkenny forward Ger Aylward is determined to battle back for his season ending ruptured cruciate knee ligament injury.