There's a full schedule of fourth round fixtures in the Allianz Football League and here we preview all 16 games taking place.
There is live coverage of football, hurling and ladies football as well as the Fitzgibbon Cup final this weekend.
THE Lidl Ladies National Football Leagues continue apace, with a massive round 4 weekend in store.
Former AFL player Cian Hanley has joined the Mayo football squad ahead of tomorrow night's Allianz Football League clash with Dublin.
Despite adding 0-11 to his overall tally last weekend, Ronan Crowley's advantage at the summit of the Allianz Hurling League scoring charts has been cut.
There are a number of fixture changes ahead of this weekend's Allianz HL.
The GAA, Camogie Association and Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) are pleased to announce that draft memorandums of understanding have been agreed between the three organisations.
St Attracta's, Tubbercurry and Rice College, Westport will contest this year's Connacht PPS 'A' SF championship final after both sides enjoyed victories this afternoon.
Fresh from his Sigerson Cup winning exploits, UCD captain Stephen Coen is expected to feature for Mayo against Dublin this Saturday evening.
Laois sharpshooter Gary Walsh maintains top spot in the 2018 Allianz Football League scoring charts.
Stephen Rochford will have to plan for the visit of Dublin to Castlebar minus the services of a host of his top stars.
Diarmuid Connolly is in line to make his 2018 competitive bow against Mayo this weekend.
Mayo manager Derek Walsh believes any talk of promotion from NHL Division 2B is very premature at the moment.
Mayo's loss is London's gain following two-time All-Ireland winner Liam Irwin's decision to transfer from his home club Breaffy to North London Shamrocks.
Pat Spillane believes the GAA needs to open up a club and county transfer window to create a more level playing field.
Monaghan, Cavan, Derry and Fermanagh enjoyed league wins over the weekend while Donegal and Roscommon both got their hands on silverware...
Dublin manager Jim Gavin made a big impression on the young footballers of Kilkenny…
"If I'm honest, I thought the goalkeeper touched the ball and hit the ball away. Of course, I wasn't going to run in and tell the referee that. Just delighted to get it."
"It was a good win and a good display. It is great that these young players are bedding in because if you look at our team, there is an awful lot of new players there."
Kerry and Carlow won today in Division 2A, while Down and Mayo preserved their 100% records in 2B.
Marc Ó Sé doesn't agree with Alan Dillon's recent claim that Cillian O'Connor is as good as Colm Cooper.
Cora Staunton played through the pain barrier after she was elbowed in the nose during the GWS Giants' NAB AFL Women's victory over Collingwood last night.
Stephen Coen wrote himself into the history books yesterday when he became the first man to captain All-Ireland minor, U21 and Sigerson Cup winning teams.
The hurling leagues hit round three and this usually sees the promotion hopefuls separated from the relegation battlers.
There have been some late changes to Sunday's national league fixtures list.
The third round of the Allianz HL, an All-Ireland club SFC semi-final plus a Sigerson Cup decider make it a weekend of choice for GAA fans who stay indoors.
Mayo selector Tony McEntee has been issued with a proposed two-month suspension following his part in last weekend's bad-tempered league clash with Galway in Salthill.
The Allianz Hurling League returns to action this weekend and here we preview all of the 17 games taking place in Round 3.
The return of Tom Parsons and Seamus O'Shea from injury in the coming weeks is sure to be a massive boost to Mayo.
Mayo defender Lee Keegan is well on his way to a return to the starting line up.
Eleven counties have representatives on our football team of the week…
Former Mayo manager James Horan believes referee Anthony Nolan should have nipped things in the bud before tempers flared at Pearse Stadium yesterday.
Although Dublin remain unbeaten in Division 1 in the Lidl Ladies National Football League, manager Mick Bohan insists his side were disappointed with a one-point win over Cork.
Mayo manager Stephen Rochford admitted his team lost its discipline during yesterday's 0-11 to 1-13 Division 1 defeat to Galway.
Loading lambs by hand is great for recovery, according to Westmeath ace John Heslin...
"That last point of Mattie Donnelly's was priceless in terms of league points."
Galway boss Kevin Walsh gave a trademark Arsene Wenger response when he was quizzed on the ugly scenes that marred yesterday's Connacht derby win in Pearse Stadium.
It was a bad-tempered match at Salthill, where Galway maintained their 100% record with a 1-13 to 0-11 victory over neighbours Mayo.