Ladies Football FixtureThe following are the fixtures for Tipperary Ladies Football
Kelly fancies Tipp's chancesFormer Tipp ace Eoin Kelly believes the Premier County are in pole position for Division 1 league honours.
"I know he has a bad name but I found him very good"Tipperary's Young Hurler of the Year Cathal Barrett enjoyed playing under Davy Fitzgerald.
Tipperary Ladies Gaelic Football NotesColaiste dun Iascaigh, Cahir contested the Tesco All Ireland Post Primary Schools Senior A Final on Saturday last in Kinnitty
Parkinson criticises GPA's silence on Clare sagaThe GPA has failed Clare's Davy O'Halloran according to former Laois footballer Colm Parkinson.
Hawk-Eye Thurles-boundHawk-Eye will be operational in Semple Stadium in time for this summer's championship matches there.
Football plays second fiddle in Tipp - O'RiordanColin O'Riordan accepts that football continues to play second fiddle to hurling in Tipperary.
HS hurling team of the weekThere was a large element of shadow boxing about some of the games but here's the players who stood out in round 5 of the hurling leagues ...
Odds: Tipp now 5/4 to land title number 20The quarter-final pairings for the Allianz NHL are now known and following their win over Cork on Sunday, Tipperary are now 5/4 from 15/8 to win a record 20th NHL title.
Hurling quarter-final dates and venuesThe dates, venues and times for next weekend's Allianz Hurling League Division I quarter-finals and relegation play-offs have been confirmed by the GAA.
Introduction of new playing rules deferredAt the recent GAA Congress, a number of changes were made to the playing rules of football and hurling, including the introduction of the 'one-on-one penalty' and advantage rule in hurling.
O'Shea hails Tipp's beliefTipperary's sensational comeback win over Cork was testament to the player's belief, according to manager Eamon O'Shea.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's going to be a serious game - there's a lot at stake."
HL1A: Tipp finish top after amazing comebackTipperary staged a sensational late comeback at Pairc Ui Rinn to pip Cork for top spot in Division 1A.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was judgement day in the national hurling league as the final round of matches took place in the various divisions.
Team news: O'Shea changes things aroundEamon O'Shea has revealed his Tipperary team to take on Cork at Pairc Ui Rinn on Sunday in the final round of the Allianz Hurling League Division 1A.
Dublin Airport unveils signed Jersey collectionDublin Airport Authority (DAA) last week unveiled a unique exhibition of 34 signed inter-county GAA jerseys in Terminal 2 of Dublin Airport.
Team news: Cork make four changesAlan Cadogan and Luke O'Farrell return to the Cork starting fifteen as part of four changes to the side that made it three wins from their last three outings in Division 1A against Galway.
Schools: Thurles qualify for Croke Cup deciderThurles CBS overcame the concession of an early goal to get the better of St Peter's of Wexford in an entertaining All-Ireland GAA Post Primary Schools Senior Hurling semi-final at Waterford IT today.
O'Shea: take it for what it isEamon O'Shea says Tipperary's landslide win over Kilkenny "has no bearing" on what might happen in the remainder of 2015.
Tipperary Ladies Gaelic Football NotesRound five of the Tesco Homegrown National League Division Three saw Tipperary players and supporters descend upon Clonmel
Munster U21FC: Third time lucky for Tipp?Jason Lonergan raised five white flags as Tipperary qualified for their third Munster U21 FC final on the trot tonight.
As it happened: U21FC Match TrackerEight key matches took place tonight in the U21 football championship, including action from all four provinces.
Cycle for Life 2015 launchedThe launch of Cycle For Life 2015 took place in DCU on Monday.
Team news: Tipperary under 21 football selectionThe Tipperary under 21 football team chosen for Wednesday nights Munster championship clash with Clare includes two present Premier senior hurlers.
"If you have nothing to offer, stay at home" - CorbettLar Corbett has intimated that a knee injury could bring the curtain down on his illustrious intercounty career.
Half a dozen things we learned this weekendMayo were licked out the gate by the visiting Dubs on Saturday evening. But cannot feel any sympathy for the men in green and red.
HS hurling team of the weekThings are beginning to get interesting in the hurling leagues, check out our team of the week ...
HS football team of the weekIt's still all to play for across the four divisions in the football leagues, here's our team of the week ...
International Rules series confirmed for Croker in NovemberThe GAA and their AFL counterparts have confirmed that Ireland will host Australia in a one-test 2015 International Rules Series at Croke Park in Dublin on Saturday, November 21.
GAA tweets: Eddie Brennan has heard it all now'Players signing codes of conduct well that bates banagher!!!'
What they said ... the hurling weekend in quotes"People can write what they want to write, there is no problem, no hassle with that."
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"I'm saying this every week ... "
HL1A: Cats skinned by TippThe relegation play-off beckons for Kilkenny who suffered a comprehensive defeat at the hands of arch rivals Tipperary this afternoon.
Cody rues missed opportunitiesMissed scoring chances early in the second-half proved costly for Brian Cody and Kilkenny in Semple Stadium.