"You'd have to be thrilled for them, they didn't just represent themselves today but it was the groups of the last number of years, even going back to our own group in 2003. But we are very proud of them at this moment in time."
AISLING McCarthy scored 1-4 and landed the player of the match award as Tipperary were crowned TG4 All-Ireland ladies intermediate football champions at Croke Park.
Ladies football has never been as popular judging by the massive attendance at this afternoon's All-Ireland finals.
AFL star Colin O'Riordan returned to his GAA roots last evening when he lined out for Killea in their Mid-Tipperary JHC final against Thurles Sarsfields.
The TG4 Ladies All Ireland Football Finals take place this Sunday at Croke Park.
Tipperary could have TWO captains lifting cups on Sunday in Croke Park...
Tipperary are set to reappoint Michael Ryan and Liam Kearns as county senior hurling and football managers respectively in the coming days.
Clare are to vote against the Central Council motion which has proposed to change the current format of the All-Ireland senior hurling championship.
The TG4 All Ireland Finals take place this Sunday at Croke Park.
The nominations are out for the 2017 Hurler of the Year, so who would you pick?
The UCC side participating in this year's Cork senior hurling championship looks more like a county team than a club outfit.
Sunday next will be a big day for Tipperary Ladies Football as our Intermediate team take on Tyrone in the All-Ireland Final at 1.45pm in Croke Park.
Galway's success in winning league, Leinster and All-Ireland titles has been reflected in the final list of nominations in this year's PwC All-Star awards.
With the All-Ireland senior football championship wrapped up for another year we take a look at some of the stand out moments over the past few months.
The match certainly lived up to the occasion as Dublin edged out Mayo in a thrilling Sam Maguire Cup decider. Here's our team of the week...
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!"
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.
This weekend sees the four quarterfinals of the SHC take place, as Thurles Sarsfields continue the defence of their title.