Sligo senior footballer Darragh McConnon will captain IT Sligo for the coming season.
St Attracta's manager Enda Joyce hailed his charges following their first ever Connacht Schools Junior 'A' title win.
Retirements, stags and weddings, not to mention Cuala's historic Leinster Club success, feature in our tweets of the week...
"We're going to enjoy this for the next couple of days and then we'll sit down and really look at Slaughtneil. They have done incredible things up in Ulster so they're going to be a huge test for us."
The AGM for Drumcliffe/Rosses Point will take place this Sunday evening (December 11th) in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Ballincar at 7pm.
There was great sadness in the club last week when we learned that our club President Walter Kivlehan had passed away.
With the playing season now concluded, attention turns to off the field activities.
The new GAA/GPA Recognition Protocol was endorsed by player delegates at yesterday's GPA AGM held in Dublin's Cathal Brugha Barracks, the last formal event for outgoing chief executive Dessie Farrell.
Here's Conor Sketches' take on last night's Late Late Toy Show.
The GAA has confirmed details of the 2016 Inter-Provincial competitions. The hurling and football semi-finals will be played on Saturday December 10th as a double header, with the finals staged the following day.
The GAA's Referee Development Committee launched a number of initiatives which are designed to assist and educate GAA Referees in their application of the rules of the games at Croke Park today.
In a major change to the playing rules of gaelic football, 'The Mark' is set to come into effect on January 1st next.
Sligo school St Attracta's is hoping to make history by clinching a Connacht 'A' title and amazingly they have the opportunity on two fronts.
Current Sligo footballers make their mark at college level.
The Irish flag and national anthem are synonymous with the GAA but this could be set to change.
The Club AGM will take place on Sunday 4th December at 6pm in St. Nathy's Hall. New members are always welcome.
With three provincial finals and two Leinster semi-finals down for decision, we were spoilt for choice when it came to selecting our HS football team of the week...
Revealed: the secrets behind Slaughtneil's Ulster treble achievement...
"I'm delighted to welcome Maurice into the Kerry senior football set-up. His football knowledge, work ethic and personality will be a huge asset to us."
We congratulate our former club player Brian McAteer (Rahaberna) who recently captained the Dunedin Connollys GAA club in Edinburgh to the All-Britain football Championship title.
The official launch of the Club Players' Association (CPA) will take place on January 9.