The GAA could be set to go down the road of paying its elite referees.
On Tuesday 12th July, Fr. Casey's minor football team played Rathkeale in the second round of the county championship in Abbeyfeale.
Limerick's 2016 campaign came to a disappointing end with a 3-17 to 1-9 defeat away to Cork in the final round of the group stages.
After securing an impressive victory over Templeglantine in round 2 of the West Junior A Championship our hurlers were back in action in Newcastlewest last Saturday evening with Monagea providing the opposition.
This a very tight game played down in Dromcollogher, on last Tuesday night, our last game in the County League is on this coming Friday July 22nd against Fr. Casey's, in Dromcollogher, at 7.30pm
Fixtures for upcoming week
MINOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP: Kildimo/Pallaskenry 3-16 Ballybrown 0-14.
Under 14 Football Cup 13 Aside
Saturday 23rd July @7pm - Killeedy v's Templeglantine In Junior A league Final - Venue: Tournafulla Gaa Club
Last Friday night Killeedy U10 lined out in Mick Neville Park, Rathkeale for three Hurling matches against Adare, Rathkeale & Templeglantine.
An injury time goal proved to be the difference between ourselves and our local rivals in a physical and entertaining encounter in Abbeyfeale on Sunday evening last.
After an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, here are the players that make our team of the week...
JUNIOR A HURLERS: It was a hectic 48 hours for the Junior A hurlers as they battled unsuccessfully against Monaleen and Na Piarsaigh in the City Championship.
LOTTO: There was no winner of last week's jackpot of €11,500 which was drawn on 14/07/2016.
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?
Our senior hurlers made a welcome return to action on Sunday morning when the travelled to Kilmallock to take on the locals.
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.