John Prenty believes the time has come to give colleges the boot from the Connacht senior football league.
With the start of the Allianz Football Leagues looming large over the horizon, the inter-county scene is beginning to crank up...
Kilkenny were back in competitive action yesterday and three Cats make our hurling team of the week..
Mayo U21 manager Michael Solan is refusing to panic after the reigning All-Ireland champions suffered a surprise defeat to Sligo in the North West Cup in Scarden on Saturday.
The GAA has launched the next stage of its Healthy Clubs Project (HCP) - and are encouraging more GAA clubs get involved to support communities in pursuit of better physical, social, and mental wellbeing.
The A.G.M. took place last week, with a large attendance.
TGT (Tranáil Gan Taisteal) GAA Training Centres provide high intensity Gaelic football sessions for both club and county players based in Dublin.
Here are the GAA topics that were trending on Twitter over the weekend...
"I read a book once and this American football coach said about the team out of Texas, the Cowboys: 'Son, in Texas we don't rebuild - we reload!"
"Last year was a very tough year for us. We set out our stall this year and brought in a couple of fresh faces and that's helped the whole thing."
A successful Football AGM took place on Saturday evening last.
Our Annual General Meeting takes place on Friday evening, January 20th, at 9pm in the Diamond Coast Hotel in Enniscrone. All members are asked to attend and new members are very welcome.
The club expresses sympathy to the Duggan family in Rahaberna following the death of Paddy Duggan last week.
There were wins for Roscommon, Mayo, Galway and Sligo in today's Connacht FBD League action.
Some fantastic football and hurling fare took place around the country on an almost balmy January afternoon.
Here are our previews for this weekend's football encounters in the Dr McKenna Cup, Connacht SFL, O'Byrne Cup and McGrath Cup.
Connacht counties increased their spending on inter-county team preparations by more than one-third in 2016, according to a report from the Irish Independent today.
Sligo under-21 manager Paul Taylor has played down the significance of their win over Donegal in the Northwest Cup.
Sligo manager Niall Carew feels that there were many positives and negatives to take from their opening game in the FBD Connacht League.
The club A.G.M. took place last Sunday evening in St Nathy's Hall, Mullinabreena.
Thanks to all club members who ensured the smooth running of last Sunday's FBD League fixture between Sligo and Galway at Quigabar.
The 2017 gaelic football season is up and running and we select the players who stood out in the first round of the subsidiary competitions...