With six games down for decision over the weekend, we were spoilt for choice when it came to selecting our football team of the week...
Tipperary lead the way on our hurling team of the week...
Field Day and 10k/5K run went ahead last Sunday despite the weather, a big thanks to all the volunteers who got drowned wet, but kept smilling.
It was a hectic weekend of GAA action with Galway shocking the football world and Tipp reaching the Munster hurling final. How much do you know about what happened in the last few days?
Here are the main talking points from a busy weekend of GAA action...
AGB U14 girls got back to winning ways late last week away to Baltinglass, and finished with a final score of AGB 7-7 Baltinglass 2-1.
"We know we have nothing won, but we've got pride back which is really important."
Jonny Magee felt Wicklow didn't do themselves justice in their All-Ireland SFC qualifier loss to neighbours Carlow on Saturday.
Congratulations to Liam Keogh and all involved with the Junior A's in continuing their excellent start to the 2016 Football Championship in a wet Pearse Park on Sunday.
Senior: Next game in league is Tuesday 21stJune at home v Eire Og at 8pm.
The next Club Lotto Draw will be held in the Hollywood Inn on Thursday 23rd June in the Hollywood Inn for a Jackpot of €5000. Please return tickets by 7.30 pm and Good Luck.
Next lotto draw takes place this Saturday night in Leos, jackpot is €1,100 and tickets are available from all club members and online at www.valleymountgaa.ie.
Men's Hurling - Our men's hurling team were due to play Shillelagh on Wednesday, but received a walkover.
Carlow caught the eye as they inflicted a 1-17 to 1-12 defeat on Wicklow in a decent game of football at Dr Cullen Park.
There were four games down for decision throughout the course of the day.
Carlow manager Turlough O'Brien has revealed his starting fifteen for tonight's All-Ireland SFC Qualifiers Round 1A tie versus Wicklow at Netwatch Cullen Park.
The Round 2A football and Round 1 hurling draws will take place next Monday morning, June 20th on RTE Radio's Morning Ireland programme after the 8.30am news.
The TG4 Ladies Football Championships continue this weekend with action across this country, starting with the Munster meeting of Cork and Kerry on Friday evening.
Here are our previews for the six football championship clashes that are down for decision across the country this weekend.
The Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O'Donovan TD, today announced a two-year agreement, commencing in 2017, to provide support for inter-county Ladies Football and Camogie players.
Carlow manager Turlough O'Brien admits that his side can't wait for Saturday evening's All-Ireland SFC qualifier against neighbours Wicklow.
Ulster University has announced that once again it will be offering GAA High Performance Sport Scholarships in its Gaelic Football Scholarship Programme for the 2016/2017 season.