Fitzhenry opposed to penalty changeWexford great Damien Fitzhenry is hoping delegates at this weekend's GAA Congress in Cavan give the thumbs down to the one-v-one hurling penalty.
Ladies previews: round four league games could be crucialIt's a big weekend for ladies football as round 4 of the TESCO NFL takes place.
Team news: Williams and Maguire make Wee cutAnthony Williams and Derek Maguire have been handed starts by Louth manager Colin Kelly for Sunday's Division 3 home clash against Wexford.
Atkinson: nerves will play a partThe Oulart-The Ballagh team that will take to the Croke Park field for Sunday's All-Ireland senior camogie club final won't lack in experience - but captain Karen Atkinson says the 'will to win' will be key against Mullagh of Galway.
Leinster U21 FC: Laois book Dubs dateLaois set up a quarter-final meeting with Dublin next Wednesday with this 4-12 to 1-11 victory over Wexford at Enniscorthy tonight.
Model sell naming rights for Wexford ParkThe home of Wexford GAA will now be known as Innovate Wexford Park.
Team news: Wexford and Laois set for U21FC clashWexford and Laois have revealed their teams for tonight's Leinster U21FC first round meeting
Power looks aheadWexford manager David Power knows that they need to start picking up points.
Kehoe pleased with squadWexford under-21 manager Kevin Kehoe is pleased with his side's preparation for their Leinster football championship against Laois at Bellefield tonight (Wednesday).
Fitzgibbon Cup: WIT outclass DITChampions WIT are through to the semi finals of the Fitzgibbon Cup thanks to a merited 1-18 to 1-7 victory over DIT tonight.
"I can only hope that someone, somewhere along the line can show some sort of mercy."Liam Dunne has called on the GAA's hierarchy to show compassion to suspended Wexford hurler Andrew Shore.
HS hurling team of the weekSix counties are represented on our hurling team of the week ...
Dunne hails historic winLiam Dunne could afford to smile after Wexford beat Offaly away from home for the first time since 1973.
GAA tweets: Wedding bells for Down starCongratulations to Conor Laverty who tied the knot on Saturday ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Any time you come to Nowlan Park and get a victory is pleasing."
HL1B: Model pass Faithful testGoals in either half from Jack Guiney and Podge Doran helped Wexford claim a 2-15 to 0-12 victory over 14-man Offaly at Tullamore.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerRound Two of the National Hurling league continued this afternoon.
Bumper Sunday of Allianz Hurling League actionA dozen games are down for decision in round two of the Allianz Hurling League this afternoon.
Leinster MFL: Carlow Colts shock CorkThe result of the day was surely in Netwatch Cullen Park where Carlow registered a brilliant 1-15 to 0-14 victory over Cork in round two of the Leinster Minor Football League.
Leinster PP SH: Kieran's show their muscleCroke Cup holders St. Kieran's crushed Good Counsel in Thomastown this afternoon to set up a Leinster PP SH 'A' final date with another Wexford school, St. Peter's College, next weekend.
Team news: Offaly unchangedThe Offaly team to face Wexford in round 2 of the Allianz Hurling League Division 1B tomorrow is unchanged.
Tragic death of young Wexford starConor Byrne, a member of the Wexford under 15 Development Squad, was tragically killed in a road accident on Wednesday evening.
Team news: Captain returns for ModelWexford welcome back captain Matthew O'Hanlon and Liam Ryan for Sunday's HL Division 1B trip to Tullamore.
Dunne keeping his fingers crossedWexford manager Liam Dunne is hoping that his players involved in college games come through unscathed.
Coaching courses announcedWexford GAA Coaching and Games Development are to host a code of best practice course in Wexford Park.
HS hurling team of the weekThe hurling leagues got off to an exciting start over the weekend, here's our team of the week ...
Odds: Cats now clear favouritesFollowing the opening weekend of Hurling League results, Kilkenny are now 2/1 favourites to top Division 1 after a superb win over Cork at Pairc Ui Rinn.
Dunne praises rookiesLiam Dunne was grateful to newcomers Paudie Foley, Daithi Waters and Kevin Foley after Wexford scored a last-gasp win over Antrim in Division 1B of the Allianz Hurling League.
GAA tweets: Slaughtneil's field of dreamsThe gaels of Slaughtneil are looking forward to their trip to Croker on March 17th ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There was no comment from Davy or from anyone."
Wexford to arrive statesideOne of the biggest wins in New York's history was against a storied Wexford side in the 1958 St Brendan Cup.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerWelcome to what was the first Sunday of the National Hurling League.
HL1B: depleted Model stave off Saffron surgeFourteen-man Wexford held on in the face of a determined second-half Antrim onslaught to win by a single point at Wexford Park, 1-24 to 2-20.
Leinster MFL gets underwayThe Leinster MFL got underway this afternoon and the results are as follows:
Team news: Saffrons primed for Model assignmentAntrim boss Kevin Ryan has revealed his starting 15 for Sunday's Division 1B trip to Wexford Park.
Team news: Waters to make debutDaithi Waters will make his first competitive start for Wexford in Sunday's Allianz Hurling League game versus Antrim. Apps updatedThe latest upgrade of the apps has just been released, with the iOS and Android versions updated in the last 24-hours.
Keady feels 'awful sorry' for ShoreGalway great Tony Keady says the GAA hierarchy must not repeat the mistakes of the past and has called on top officials to overturn Andrew Shore's 48-week ban.
GAIN stick with WexfordGAIN Feeds will stay with Wexford GAA as sponsor for a second year.
Camogie Volunteer of the Year Awards winners announcedThe winners of the 2014 Camogie Association Volunteer Awards have been announced.
Countdown to CongressThere is sure to be lively debate at the GAA's annual congress in Cavan later this month as a black card in hurling and opening up all county grounds to other sports are amongst the contentious motions that will be put to the floor.
Six-team league has improved hurling - DalyThe GAA's director of games Pat Daly believes that the six-team Division 1A has led to a rise in the standard of hurling.
Armagh "negative and cynical"Wexford manager David Power says Armagh's antics on Sunday "left a sour taste in the mouth".
HS football team of the weekGalway twins Cathal and Patrick Sweeney make our HS football team of the week ...
Odds: Dubs now 13/8 to retain titleFollowing their five point victory over Donegal on Saturday night, Dublin are now 13/8 from 7/4 to retain the Division 1 title and make it three-in-a-row.
GAA tweets: O'Halloran puts his hand up for half-back roleCork 'keeper Ken O'Halloran has designs on an outfield career following his late foray into Monaghan territory yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Once he gets a sniff, there's no better player in the country to take a goal."
Camogie: Oulart book final ticketOulart-The Ballagh booked their place in their All-Ireland senior club camogie final courtesy of a convincing 1-15 to 0-8 victory over Loughgiel Shamrocks at Innisken today.
FL3 round-up: Armagh and Fermanagh march onArmagh and Fermanagh are the early pacesetters in the third division after victories on the road in Wexford and Sligo respectively.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThere was another busy day of action in store this afternoon as round two of the National Football league concluded.