Introduction of new playing rules deferred
At the recent GAA Congress, a number of changes were made to the playing rules of football and hurling, including the introduction of the 'one-on-one penalty' and advantage rule in hurling.
Duffy: derogatory comments will now be dealt with
Paraic Duffy says disciplinary committees are "far more likely" to enforce the GAA's new ruling regarding derogatory comments from managers.
One Kerry player on 2014 International Rules squad
David Moran is All-Ireland champions Kerry's sole representative on the International Rules squad, which has been named this morning.
All-Stars: Kerry get five but O'Mahony loses out
All-Ireland champions Kerry have been rewarded with five places on the 2014 GAA GPA All-Stars football team.
Championship tweets: The Village celebrates
It's probably safe to assume that there is no shortage of sore heads around the country this morning following yesterday's club final schedule.
O'Rourke taken to task on twitter
Colm O'Rourke's Sunday Independent column ruffled quite a few feathers on social media yesterday.
Black card rule=more scores
Statistics released by the GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) show that the average number of points scored per game in this year's football championship was 9.5 per cent higher than last year.
Dublin v Kildare, TG4 Senior Leinster Championship
Dublin Ladies will begin the defence of their Leinster Championship title this Sunday with an away clash against Kildare.
Farrell wants Interpros review
Dessie Farrell says a review of the ailing Interprovincial Series is required and suggests playing the games on foreign soil.
St. Joseph's Ladies Notes
Well done to our senior team who put in a great team effort to defeat Dromahair in Dromahair on Sunday 2-11 to 1-6.
Wrist injury rules Fennelly out of All Star tour
Kilkenny midfielder Michael Fennelly will play no part in the forthcoming All Star hurling tour to San Francisco.
All-Star hurling nominations to be announced
The 2011 All-Star hurling nominations will be announced later today, with the 45-man football shortlist due to be revealed next Tuesday.
All Stars to pocket €1,500 in new merged awards
This year's All Star footballers and hurlers will each pocket €1,500 after the GAA and GPA's decisions merged their award schemes into on for Friday, October 21.
New joint GAA-GPA All-Star scheme launched
The GAA and GPA have announced that their respective annual player awards schemes are to merge under the sponsorship of Opel which will see the achievements of the outstanding players recognised jointly for the first time.
Vodafone hang up on All-Star sponsorship
Vodafone's long-running sponsorship of the All-Stars awards and end-of-season tour has come to an end.
All-Stars tour: Cregg's heroics not enough for 2010 side
Roscommon's Cathal Cregg scored 4-2 for the 2010 football All-Stars in yesterday's exhibition game in Kuala Lumpur, but still finished on the losing side as the 2009 team prevailed after a penalty shootout.
Cregg, McMahon brothers get All-Star call-ups
Roscommon forward Cathal Cregg and Tyrone brothers Joe and Justin McMahon have been called up to next week's Vodafone All-Star tour to Malaysia.
Dawson blasts McKernan All-Star snub
Burren manager Frank Dawson has criticised the All-Star football selection committee for choosing Graham Canty over Kevin McKernan for the centre back position.
Top award a "bonus" for Lar
Lar Corbett has downplayed his achievement in being named Hurler of the Year.
Mullane delighted with Waterford's All-Star haul
John Mullane believes the selection of three Waterford players on the All-Stars hurling team will go some way towards atoning for the disappointment of this year's All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Tipperary.
Cooney: All-Star hurling team picked itself
GAA president Christy Cooney has revealed that it took just 15 minutes to pick this year's All-Stars hurling team.
Tipp and Kilkenny dominate All Stars
All-Ireland champions Tipperary and runners-up Kilkenny have claimed eleven of the All Star hurling team spots for 2010.
Counihan won't comment on All-Star selection
Cork manager Conor Counihan has refused to comment on the controversial All-Star football team selection.