GAA tweets of the weekThere were 18 county finals played on a massive weekend for Irish sport...
Eighteen county finals down for decisionIt's one of the busiest days of the year on the club front, with a whopping 18 county finals set to be decided.
GAA's top brass to debate football changesThe football championship structure is to be put under the microscope at next month's Central Council meeting - and big changes could be on the way.
Ladies: 2015 TG4 All Star Award nominees announcedCork and Dublin are both well represented in the 45 player short list with champions Cork receiving 11 All Star nominations whilst Dublin have 10 players nominated.
GAA tweets of the weekAfter the highs of the inter-county season, club action is taking centre stage across the country...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Galway didn't deliver when the pressure came on. Blaming the manager is a pathetic cop-out."
County championship roundupFormer All Star Paddy Keenan won another Louth SFC medal at Drogheda as St. Patrick's defeated first-time finalists Sean O'Mahony's by 1-14 to 0-9.
2016 championship draws next weekThe dust has barely settled on this year's championships and already thoughts are beginning to turn to next year's campaign.
Video: Cats duo duped into tipping Deise for All-Ireland success in 2016!Watch magician Keith Barry trick Kilkenny All-Ireland winning heroes Joey Holden and Colin Fennelly into saying: "Up the Deise"!
Camogie: Waterford and Laois lead 2015 Soaring Stars selectionsAll-Ireland Intermediate champions Waterford lead this year's Intermediate Soaring Stars selection with midfielders Lorraine Bray and Patricia Jackman, along with wing-forward Beth Carton named amongst this year's selection.
SHC down to last fourThe Waterford senior hurling championship semi-finals take place this weekend.
Reid, Hogan and Callanan up for Hurler of the YearKilkenny duo TJ Reid and Richie Hogan along with Tipperary's Séamus Callanan are the three men nominated for the GAA/GPA/Opel Hurler of the Year award.
Hurling All Stars: 12 nominations each for Cats and TribeThe GAA, GPA and Opel have confirmed the nominations for the 2015 All-Star hurling awards with recent All-Ireland finalists Kilkenny and Galway leading the haul with 12 each.
Football rankings: Dominant Dubs reclaim top spotAs the dust settles on the 2015 All-Ireland SFC, we update our football rankings and (surprise, surprise!) All-Ireland champions Dublin take over in pole position...
GPA unveils football structure proposalsThe GPA has unveiled its football competitions proposal which has been submitted to the GAA as part of the Association's competition structures review.
Eleven Dubs up for All Stars as Cluxton and Flynn miss outUnsurprisingly, All-Ireland champions Dublin dominate the GAA/GPA All Stars shortlist will 11 nominations.
Waterford mourns passing of Paul FoleyTributes have flooded in following the passing of popular Waterford referee and former All-Ireland winner Paul Foley.
Hurling rankings: Kilkenny are Top CatsKilkenny continue to rule the hurling landscape...
Burns would support removal of tricolour (and National Anthem)Former Armagh midfielder Jarlath Burns would be in favour of the GAA getting rid of the tricolour at its grounds to reach out to the unionist community.
HS Ladies Football team of the weekHere's the players that stood out for us in yesterday's TG4 All-Ireland Ladies football final triple header at Croke Park...
Video: Fantastic Day at TG4 All Ireland FinalsSee a unique LGFA montage of all the best bits from the 2015 TG4 All Ireland Finals in a sun-splashed Croke Park.
Championship tweets: "All Ireland Title Number 10!"The Rebelettes maintained their vice-like grip on the Brendan Martin Cup at Croke Park yesterday...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I'm very proud, and just relieved."
Ladies finals smash European attendance recordToday's All-Ireland ladies football finals have attracted the biggest attendance of any women's sporting event in Europe this year.
Ladies IFC final: Impressive Waterford gain senior statusPat Sullivan's superb Waterford hammered Kildare by 13 points at Croke Park this afternoon to claim a stunning victory in the TG4 All-Ireland ladies intermediate football final.
TG4 All Ireland Finals PreviewsLouth return to Croke Park for the third time since 2010 and will do so in the hope of banishing the memories of those previous defeats.
U21 Hurling Team of the Year nominees revealedAll-Ireland champions Limerick lead the list of nominees for this year's Bord Gais Energy Team of the Year which will be announced live on Newstalk's Off the Ball over four days starting on Wednesday, September 30.
SFC pencilled in for October 25thThe county senior football championship final has been pencilled in for Sunday, October 25th.
GAA/Basketball crossover programmeFor many years, GAA players have turned to soccer and rugby to keep up their fitness levels over the winter, but they are now finding that basketball is of more benefit to them during the off-season.
Video: Ladies united in chasing recordsPlayers from all six counties involved in Sunday's TG4 All Ireland Ladies Gaelic Football Finals are united in their appeal to supporters to turn out in record numbers.
HS football team of the weekIt was far from the classic All-Ireland final that gaelic football fans had hoped for but that won't dampen Dublin's deserved celebrations. Here's our All-Ireland football final team of the week...
Waterford SHC: semi-final pairings confirmedTallow will face Ballyduff Upper and holders Ballygunner will take on Fourmilewater in the Waterford SHC semi-finals.
Championship tweets: "Up the Dubs!!! It's time to celebrate"The curtain came down on the 2015 inter-county gaelic football season yesterday and the Dubs are celebrating All-Ireland title number 25...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"What happens on the pitch stays on the pitch We shook hands and that was the end of it."
Waterford Ladies Football notesAll Waterford eyes will be firmly fixed on Croke Park again this weekend when the Waterford Kildare rivalry will be renewed