Mayo manager Peter Leahy said he was not one bit surprised to see his team sparkle against Cavan in the TG4 ladies All-Ireland football championship and that his side did their talking on the pitch after a fractious week away from it.
What a super week for Cúl Camp. Our greatest number of kids yet as almost 80 children took part Coaching team and our very own Mark from the Junior Team who put all the kids through their paces this week.
2017 runners-up Tyrone blasted out an ominous warning in their opening TG4 All-Ireland intermediate championship fixture of the summer as Chloe McCaffrey's hat-trick of goals helped the Red Hands to record a comprehensive 5-18 to 2-6 victory over Wicklow in Clones on Sunday.
"It is going to be something different and really special. Dublin have had so many championship games in Croke Park and they have lit up the place so now we are going to see them up in Tyrone and people are very excited about that."
Second half goals from Jack Butterly and Hugh Osborne helped Nh Fionnbarra get their Intermediate Championship campaign off to the perfect start as they defeated St Kevins by 2-11 to 0-15 at Ardee on Saturday evening.
Ten points from the boot of talisman Barry O'Hare, helped Roche Emmets begin their Christy Bellew Cup campaign on a winning note in this Group 2 encounter against near neighbours Dowdallshill as they came out on top by 0-19 to 1-9.