Dublin's three-in-a-row celebrations in full flow, more final heartbreak for unlucky Mayo and the outrageously talented David Clifford...
As the dust settles on Sunday's epic All-Ireland final, thought switch to the awards season and personal accolades. Who is your Footballer of the Year?
"The three-in-a-row wasn't on our agenda but, Jesus, we can talk about it now!"
Our senior men's footballers competed in the Kilmacud All-Ireland sevens in Dublin for the first time ever last Saturday, drawing one and losing two of their three group matches.
The extremely popular Enniscrone Surf and Turf fun run is back for 2017 on Saturday, October 28th with a start time of 12pm.
A 75th minute free by Dean Rock earned Dublin their third consecutive All-Ireland SFC title following a pulsating 1-17 to 1-16 win over a devastated Mayo side at Croke Park this afternoon.
And then there was one..
It's the biggest weekend in the GAA calendar as Dublin and Mayo go head-to-head with the All-Ireland SFC title up for grabs.
Barring a draw, this year's All-Ireland SFC comes to a climax at Croke Park this weekend with holders Dublin and Mayo doing battle in a repeat of last year's decider.
The three quarterfinal pairings for the Sligo senior football championship are now known.
Here's the latest instalment of our football rankings.
It was the turn of the All-Ireland camogie finals to take centre stage over the weekend...
"I was just thinking, 'find a step or so and just get it over the bar'. I wasn't really thinking. I was just going on instinct."
The death has occurred in Cork of former Sligo and Kerry footballer Dan Scannell at the age of 88.
Our intermediate team saw their championship hopes end on Sunday afternoon at Markievicz Park at the quarter final stage, with Geevagh emerging as 3-14 to 2-10 winners.
We congratulate our boys U14 footballers who lifted the A1 championship title for 2017 at Scarden last Thursday evening with an emphatic 6-10 to 4-2 win over Tourlestrane.
The Club Players Association are mulling over their options ahead of the Special Congress which is scheduled to take place later this month.
Two All-Ireland U21 hurling finals along with two camogie deciders make up the free-to-air television schedule this weekend.
Sligo footballers are on the lookout for a new manager after Niall Carew announced his decision to step down.
Sligo manager Niall Carew was one of the many GAA people that didn't agree with Babs Keating's article last Sunday morning.
There is a lot of good viewing to look forward to for GAA supporters on TG4 in the coming weeks...
Hurling Super 8s could be voted in at a Special Congress at the end of the month.