Leinster club fixturesAll the upcoming games in the Leinster club championships.
Nire begin Munster campaignFor the first time in eight years, The Nire will compete in the Munster club senior football championship.
Award winners namedThe Laois GAA Award winners for 2014 have been announced.
Tough opener for Laois champsRathdowney-Errill begin their Leinster club senior hurling championship campaign this Sunday afternoon.
Leinster Minor Club TournamentÉire Óg's annual Leinster Minor Club Tournament commences once again weekend with Carlow champions Tinryland
Twitter: If you need a corner-back, who you gonna call?Here's the Twitter take on last night's glitzy All-Star bash in the Convention Centre ...
All-Stars: Kerry get five but O'Mahony loses outAll-Ireland champions Kerry have been rewarded with five places on the 2014 GAA GPA All-Stars football team.
Healy: we've underachieved in LeinsterPortlaoise captain Cahir Healy admits that they have probably underachieved in the Leinster club senior football championship.
Higgins admits best team wonArles Killeen manager Joe Higgins had no qualms over Portlaoise beating them for the second successive year.
Corofin and Crossmaglen are favourites for All-Ireland club honoursThe biggest movers in the market are newly crowned Mayo champions, Ballintubber who have halved in price and are now 8/1 having been 16/1.
Ballyfin captain swaps Kilimanjaro for O'Moore ParkA week after he was supposed to be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, James Finn scaled a completely different peak yesterday when he captained Ballyfin to a sensational Laois IFC final victory over Timahoe at O'Moore Park.
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.
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."
Laois SFC final: Portlaoise complete eight-in-a-rowPortlaoise's vice-like grip on the Delaney Cup shows no signs of loosening after they cruised to an 11-point victory over Arles-Killeen at O'Moore Park.
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.
Hurling/Shinty: First blood to ScotlandIreland have a mountain to climb against Scotland in the Hurling/Shinty International series following today's opening test in Inverness.
Dempsey joins Longford backroom teamJack Sheedy has added former Laois manager Sean Dempsey to his Longford senior football backroom team.
Tough campaign to aid Arles-KilleenArles-Killeen manager Joe Higgins believes that the tough campaign that they have had will stand to them in Sunday's county SFC final.
Conroy waits on Tuohy decisionPortlaoise manager Tommy Conroy is eager to have Zach Tuohy available for Sunday's county SFC final.
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.
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.
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.
Conroy relievedPortlaoise manager Tommy Conroy admits that his side were fortunate to get through their SFC semi final.
Laois appoint selectorsLaois manager Tomas O'Flatharta has added Darren Rooney and Gerry McGill to his management.
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.
Proposal to start O'Byrne Cup in December shelvedLeinster Council had been looking into the possibility of starting their subsidiary football competition this side of Christmas.
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.
Laois SFC: holders to face Arles-Killeen in finalEight-in-a-row chasing Portlaoise will meet Arles-Killeen in a repeat of last year's final following their respective semi-final wins over O'Dempsey's and Graiguecullen.
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.