Our ladies took part in an All-Ireland 7-a-side competition hosted by the St. Sylvester's club in Malahide last Saturday.
Clare are to vote against the Central Council motion which has proposed to change the current format of the All-Ireland senior hurling championship.
Athlone manager Tom Coffey knows that his charges will have to be at their best to see off the challenge of The Downs in Sunday's SFC quarterfinal.
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...
Killucan take on next door neighbours Coralstown/Kinnegad in the quarter-final and knock out stage of the senior foootball championship in TEG Cusack Park next Saturday evening at 17:30
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?
Our junior men's team qualified for the club's first junior championship semi-final in a long time, with a hard-fought extra time victory over a brave Delvin side in Kinnegad on Wednesday evening.
"The three-in-a-row wasn't on our agenda but, Jesus, we can talk about it now!"
Gaa - Hard luck to our U14 team who were defeated by a strong Coralstown/Kinnegad side last Saturday in the championship semi final.
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St Lomans were knocked out of the U21 Championship after a four-point defeat to Athlone in Pairc Chairain on Friday night last.
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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.
Our hopes of lifting the Hugh Daniels Cup are over for another year after last Saturday evening's 0-11 to 2-11 JFC semi-final defeat to Ballynacargy at a rain-soaked TEG Cusack Park.
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 late David Hannon would have been a proud man last Sunday when his young daughters Amelia and Olivia got to grace the hallowed turf of Croke Park.