O'Connell's lotto for Tuesday 25th July 2017. Numbers: 4, 7, 8 & 28.
There are three finals this weekend in the Gerry Reilly U16FT.
Tipperary and Waterford advanced to the penultimate stage of this year's All-Ireland SHC at the expense of Clare and Wexford respectively.
Dreadnots bounced back from the disappointment of losing out to Newtown Blues in their opening group game by easily overcoming the challenge of Kilkerley Emmets at Stabannon on Saturday evening.
A night of drama at Dowdallshill ended with Senior Champions, Sean O'Mahonys, heading into the quarter-finals as Group 1 winners, while St Josephs and St Marys face a play-off to decide who will join them.
St Kevins defeated Oliver Plunketts by 3-16 to 3-7 at Dunleer on Sunday to clinch runners-up spot in Group 1 of the Intermediate football championship and earn a meeting with O'Connells in the quarter-final.
Stabannon Parnells booked their place in the Junior Championship quarter final as they encountered little resistance in defeating Cuchulainn Gaels by 5-16 to 0-5 at Louth Village on Friday evening.
St Patricks set up a quarter-final meeting with Newtown Blues after seeing off the challenge of O Raghallaighs at The Grove on Sunday evening.
Davy Fitz wasn't happy with some of the Twitter activity yesterday...
"I think that RTÉ should go and have a look at themselves and get analysts who have been on the sideline and who know what the story is about and that's how I feel strongly about it."
A place in the Gerry Reilly U-16 FT Shield Final was at stake in this Rd.3 game played on Saturday evening in Millbrook, Oldcastle. It went right down to the wire with Longford only needing to draw to qualify, but it was Louth's points in injury time that insured their place in the Shield Final.
There was football and hurling action down for decision this afternoon as the championships entered their final rounds.
Here are our previews for the two All-Ireland SFC qualifiers taking place on Saturday evening at Limerick's Gaelic Grounds and Markievicz Park in Sligo.
Here are our previews for the two All-Ireland senior hurling championship quarter-finals taking place at Cork's Pairc Ui Chaoimh this weekend.
Sligo manager Niall Carew says weaker football counties need more funding from Croke Park in order to get competitive.
Championship: We had another great result on Friday night in Dowdallshill against the Young Irelands when we won by three points
Five Dublin players make the cut in our team of the week while Ulster champions Tyrone have three representatives...
The Sam Maguire Cup race is beginning to take shape...
"That part of the pitch was replaced from the concert last weekend and it wasn't great now for both teams, and it's probably something the GAA need to have a little reflection on."
Geraldines topped Group 4 of the Senior Championship as they followed up their opening day victory over St Patricks by defeating O Raghallaighs at The Grove on Saturday evening.
Newtown Blues established themselves as serious Senior Championship contenders as they advanced to the last eight with an impressive victory over the Dreadnots at Drogheda on Friday night.
Sean O'Mahonys came from behind against St Marys in Ardee on Saturday evening to book their place in the knock-out stages of the Louth Senior Championship.