Rossiter retires: "I just feel it's time"Wexford hurling has been rocked by the news that Keith Rossiter is quitting inter-county hurling.
Anxious wait for Shore continuesWexford hurler Andrew Shore will not find out until Saturday whether his appeal against a 48-week ban was successful or not.
Power ready to make changesWexford manager David Power is eager to stamp his own style on the team.
HS football team of the weekThe shadow boxing of the subsidiary competitions came to an end over the weekend, but there were some useful pointers to be got ahead of the start of the Football Leagues. Here's our football team of the week ...
HS hurling team of the weekCork have four representatives on our hurling team of the week following their impressive Waterford Crystal Cup semi-final victory over Clare, see who else made the cut ...
GAA tweets: Now this is what you call strength in depthEoin 'Bomber' Liston tweeted a pic of a Kerry subs bench from back in the day ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It is hard for them to get up and get going against the likes of Mayo and Galway."
Arklow Geraldines Ballymoney GAA Club NotesAGB Senior Ladies request expressions of interest in the position of Senior Ladies Manager for the 2015 season.
Walsh Cup: Scully hat-trick sinks WexfordLaois have set up a Walsh Cup semi-final meeting with Dublin after a PJ Scully hat-trick of goals helped them to an impressive victory over Wexford in Abbeyleix.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe O'Byrne Cup and FBD Connacht league finals took centre stage on a busy afternoon of club and county, football and hurling activity.
Pre-season finals top the billThe O'Byrne Cup final in Newbridge and Connacht FBD League final in Kiltoom take centre stage in what promises to be another busy afternoon of GAA fare.
Team news: Waters to captain Wexford for trip to LaoisTomas Waters will captain Wexford against Laois in their Walsh Cup round 3 clash.
TG4 announce GAA schedule which features 48 gamesAfter the annual winter lay-off, TG4's Gaelic Games 2015 season begins at the beginning of February and will run continuously until early summer.
Shore to learn fateWexford hurler Andrew Shore will travel to Newcastle in the U.K this weekend to have his appeal against a 48-week ban heard.
Clubs may face fine over programme line outsWexford clubs who do not line their squads out to that named in programmes are to face a fine of €400.
Here's wishing you a Facebook-free February...Ex-Wexford hurler Diarmuid Lyng is urging people to take on the Facebook Free February (FFF) challenge.
2015 Leinster MHL fixturesThe groups and fixture list for the 2015 Leinster MHL have been unveiled.
2015 Leinster MFL fixturesThe groups and fixture list for the 2015 Leinster MFL have been unveiled.
Setanta unveil impressive line-upThe recently retired trio of Rory Kavanagh, Aaron Kernan and Declan O'Sullivan are the new faces of Setanta Sport's Allianz football league coverage along with former Mayo manager James Horan.
McDonald blow for ModelWexford hurlers league ambitions have suffered a set-back with the news that star forward Conor McDonald will be confined to the sidelines for the early rounds.
HS football team of the weekIt's still very much early days in 2015 but the gaelic football scene cranked up a gear over the weekend, here's our football team of the week ...
HS hurling team of the weekCheck out who made the cut in our first hurling team of the week of 2015 ...
AIB club award winners announcedKerry's Kieran Donaghy and Kilkenny star TJ Reid are among the AIB provincial club award recipients which were announced this morning
GAA tweets: Dublin's dinners sorted this weekKevin McManamon won't go hungry this week thanks to his Dublin team-mate Philly McMahon ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"The boys showed great composure when we were under the cosh and especially when Cork brought in their marquee players."
Leinster PP SF quarter-final: Good Counsel master MaristGood Counsel recovered from the concession of two first half goals to register a surprise victory over Marist College in today's Leinster Post Primary Schools SF 'A' quarter-final at Dr Cullen Park.
Walsh Cup: Wexford outclass studentsWexford followed up yesterday's challenge match win over Clare with another victory over UCD in Gorey.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was time to sort the wheat from the chaff in the early-season intercounty competitions.
Final places up for grabs in three provincesThe pre-season action continues this afternoon with 11 football and seven hurling ties down for decision.
Explainer: how the proposed new fixtures calendar will workThe GAA has issued a press release explaining in full the reasons behind the proposed new annual fixture list ...
August date for 2016 hurling final?The GAA have put forward a proposal to counties which would see the All-Ireland SHC final played on August 28th in 2016.
Busy weekend for Wexford and Clare hurlersThe Wexford and Clare hurlers will be in action twice in the space of 24 hours this weekend.
Team news: Wexford all set for Walsh Cup openerThe Wexford team to take on UCD in the Walsh Cup on Sunday has been named.
Taghmon/Camross GAA Adventure RunTaghmon/Camross GAA are holding their second Mud, Sweat and Tears adventure challenge on Saturday the 31st of January.
Irish Life invest €1million in GAA's Healthy Club ProjectIrish Life has agreed to invest €1million in the GAA's Healthy Club Project.
GPA annual report launchedThe Gaelic Players Association's Annual Report for 2014 was launched today at the offices of PwC by Minister Michael Ring TD, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.
Molloy setback for WexfordWexford will have to plan without defender Graham Molloy for the opening two rounds of the NFL as he continues his recovery from injury.
Championship draws madeThe draw for the 2015 Wexford senior football and hurling championships have been made.
Calls to bar intercounty footballers from Sigerson CupCathal Cregg and Niall Moyna are in agreement that intercounty footballers should be blocked from participating in the Sigerson Cup.
HS football team of the weekHeres's our second football team of the week for 2015 ...
GAA tweets: What do ya think of that Cyril Farrell?Hurling 2020 chairman Liam Sheedy had a pop at Cyril Farrell on Twitter yesterday!
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"We put it out there that we were looking for players and word came back to us that Tommy Walsh was unavailable."
O'Byrne Cup: Kildare and DIT complete semi-final line-upDIT have qualified for the semi-finals of the O'Byrne Cup for the first time after beating IT Carlow 1-12 to 1-9 this afternoon.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe latest edition of our live text commentary was a hectic one.
Bumper afternoon of pre-season actionIt may only be the second Sunday in January, but today is one of the busiest days on the 2015 GAA calendar.
Sliotar with an inbuilt tracker on display at BT Young Scientist ExhibitionFed up spending hours in ditches and long grass looking for lost sliotars? Well some secondary students from Kerry may have come up with the answer to your problems.
Power denies media blackoutNew Wexford football manager David Power has denied that he will only speak to the media on the Tuesday night before league and championship games.
O'Byrne Cup round-up: Rock inspires DubsDean Rock helped himself to nine points as Dublin fought back to defeat plucky Offaly by 0-17 to 0-13 at Parnell Park tonight.
As it happened: Wednesday Match TrackerThe second round of the O'Byrne Cup brought eight bonus midweek matches at various venues around Leinster.
Minor review group publish recommendationsThe GAA's Minor Review workgroup has tabled a number of recommendations aimed at improving player welfare and providing an appropriate games programme for all young players.