The opening round of the Leinster club senior football championship takes place next Sunday.
After the dust had settled and the celebrations were had it sunk in that bracknagh were Offaly Gaa intermediate champions 2016 and focus now turned to the Leinster campaign.
The numbers drawn in the Lotto draw which took place on Monday 17 October 2016 were 02 05 07 09.
Francis Forde says St. Rynagh's answered their critics when claiming their first Offaly SHC title in 23 years yesterday.
Following on from our success in the County Final Rhode now travel to Kennedy Park New Ross this coming Sunday the 30th November with a 2pm kick off.
Michael Duignan was a proud man after guiding Ballinamere-Durrow to their first ever Offaly MHC title yesterday.
Former Galway All-Ireland winner Kieran Fitzgerald picked up his 11th SFC medal yesterday...
"Our character has been questioned over the last couple of years and the way the game went today, it was tested more than ever."
Well done to all concerned in organising the Family Fun day in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland and the feast of football provided for the Jack Murphy cup.
Lotto result for week ending, 18-10-16 , Jackpot €6,800. No's Drawn,2-9-17-18.
St Rynagh's are Offaly senior hurling champions for the first time since 1993 after edging out Birr by 2-16 to 1-15 at O'Connor Park today.
This afternoon saw no fewer than 14 county finals take place around the country.
Offaly greats Michael Duignan and Daithi Regan will aim to guide Ballinamere/Durrow to their first county MHC title at O'Connor Park tomorrow.
Kerry's Philip Lucid shot 0-13 as Ireland comfortably saw off Scotland in today's U21 Shinty/Hurling International in Inverness.
It's been a busy day in the Leinster club intermediate and junior competitions.
Scotland were convincing winners over Ireland in this afternoon's Hurling/Shinty International at Bught Park in Inverness.
Barring draws, 14 more county champions will be crowned tomorrow.
Having recovered from a broken leg that ended his season last year, Birr's Paul Cleary is looking forward to Sunday's county SHC final more than most.
A GAA club in Offaly has been left numbed by the death of one of its members in a work accident.
Jason Sherlock says money and resources have nothing to do with the size of Dublin's backroom team.
Attendances at intercounty senior football championship matches are dropping to alarming lows.
The GAA has released a more detailed document outlining proposals for a new GAA Football Championship structure.