Kevin Keane hopes to be able to resume his Mayo career in 2018 after undergoing surgery on a cruciate ligament injury last month.
President Michael D. Higgins joined in on the Galway league celebrations...
"No, I can't explain it. That was the worst performance we've had in the length of time I've been looking after these boys!"
Mayo hurling boss JP Coen believes a trip to Carlow is the toughest possible draw his team could have got in Round 2B of the Christy Ring Cup.
The draws have been made for the second rounds of the Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard Cups.
Neil McManus shot 1-11 as Antrim edged out Carlow by 3-20 to 2-22 after extra-time in a gripping Christy Ring Cup opener at Netwatch Cullen Park.
Dual stars Keith Higgins and Fergal Boland feature in the Mayo attack for today's Christy Ring Cup opener against Kildare in Ballina.
The Club Players' Association (CPA) has held talks with both the GAA and GPA over reform of the playing schedule.
Attacking duo David Reidy and Mark Delaney have recovered from their respective injuries in time for Kildare's Christy Ring Cup opening round trip to Ballina to face Mayo.
It's a busy schedule of hurling this weekend with Galway and Tipperary facing off in Sunday's Allianz League Division 1 final. Here we preview all 13 games down for decision.
Pat McEnaney says county teams that receive a high number of black cards only have themselves to blame.
Ladies Football legend Cora Staunton has hailed a new LGFA initiative as 'hugely important' in keeping teenage girls involved in the sport.
After a very successful first year, the Celtic Challenge returns for the second year with a new title sponsor - Bank of Ireland.
League finalists Tipperary and Galway both have six representatives on our team of the week following their respective semi-final wins yesterday...
Davy Fitz features prominently in this week's round-up of Twitter activity...
"I won't do it again if that's any consolation."
Easter Sunday brought about more than just eggs this afternoon as we also had the NHL semi-finals to look forward to.
Jason Gibbons and Neil Douglas have been deemed surplus to requirements by Mayo manager Stephen Rochford.
Last year's Footballer of the Year Lee Keegan has cited Masters champion Sergio Garcia as a sporting example for Mayo, saying that they must "keep banging on the door".
Mayo under-21 All-Ireland winner Shairoze Akram lined out in a novel game in his hometown recently.
Former Mayo football manager James Horan said that the transition to taking charge of a hurling team has not been that difficult.
Six Kerry players and three Dubs make the cut in our football team of the week following an eventful weekend of Allianz FL finals action...