There are seven fixtures across the Ulster club football and hurling championships this weekend.
Cargin were crowned Antrim senior football champions for the second year running after edging out Lamh Dhearg in an extra-time replay thriller today.
An earlier start to the 2020 Sigerson Cup could see college teams excluded from the upcoming Dr McKenna Cup.
The draws for next year's Munster and Leinster senior hurling championships, the Joe McDonagh Cup, the Christy Ring Cup, the Nicky Rackard Cup, and the Lory Meagher Cup have been confirmed this morning.
Ulster GAA have today announced their partnership with the Joint Award Initiative - Gaisce - The President's Award, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award and The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award.
There is a huge weekend of club action on the horizon - seventeen county finals and lots more in store.
The Ulster club intermediate and junior hurling championships will commence this weekend.
Next year's Ulster SFC is going to be as competitive as ever and Sean Cavanagh is already looking forward to the summer of 2020.
This morning's 2020 Ulster SFC draw threw up the mouth-watering prospect of a Donegal versus Tyrone quarter-final clash.
What a performance by the 'Cargin Collusus' in Sunday's Antrim Minor Championship Final win!
It's the 'Year of the Draw' in Antrim with replays required in the Quarter-finals, Semi-finals and now the Final of the Northern Switchgear SFC.
Colm O'Rourke says the provincial football championships should be scrapped.
Senior champions were crowned in Carlow, Kildare, Limerick, Longford, Roscommon and Wicklow yesterday...
The PSNI's GAA club is on the brink of folding due to a lack of playing numbers.
Cargin and Lamh Dhearg must meet again to determined who will be Antrim senior football champions for 2019.
We asked our readers to select their Football Team Of The Year and the results are in...
The provincial football championship draws for 2020 are set to be made next week on Morning Ireland on RTÉ Radio 1.
October is always busy with county finals - there are no fewer than eight down for decision on the first Sunday of the month.
Here are the five motions that will be voted on during the GAA Special Congress on October 19 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Belfast Lord Mayor John Finucane will captain Lamh Dhearg in Sunday's Northern Switchgear Antrim SFC Final against Cargin.
There was no separating Blessington and Arklow Geraldines-Ballymoney in the second Wicklow SFC semi-final at Aughrim yesterday.
Dunloy were crowned Antrim senior hurling champions for the 13th time at Ballycastle today thanks to a four-point win over holders Cushendall.
Damian McErlain is poised to make a quick return to management with Queen's University Belfast.
Antrim chairman Ciaran McCavana has defended his decision to call a halt to last night's county SFC semi-final replay in the middle of a free-taking competition.
There were extraordinary scenes at The Dub in Belfast last night when extra-time and a free-taking competition couldn't separate Lamh Dhearg and Portglenone in their Antrim SFC semi-final replay.
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte believes that coach Kevin Madden will be a huge addition for their backroom team.
As the dust settles on another memorable inter-county season, the focus switches to the business end of the club championships.
Antrim hurling is heading in the right direction, according to former Saffrons star and current Dunloy manager Gregory O'Kane.
Derrygonnelly manager Brendan Rasdale believes that they have the experience to make a mark on the Ulster club SFC.
See match action from the Antrim SFC semi-finals as champions Cargin beat St Galls at Corrigan Park by 2-10 to 1-8.
Carlow coach Steven Poacher fears that the introduction of a tiered football championship would spell disaster for the weaker counties.
Former Antrim attacker Kevin Madden has been added to Tyrone's backroom team.
Cargin are just 60 minutes away from retaining their Antrim SFC title after seeing off former kingpins St Gall's by 2-10 to 1-8 in yesterday's semi-final at Corrigan Park.
One of the main topics of discussion at this weekend's Gaelic Players Association AGM will be ways of developing a "greater competitive balance in the GAA".
All-Ireland Intermediate champions Westmeath lead the nominations for this year's Camogie Soaring Stars Awards, sponsored by Liberty Insurance.
Failure is not an option when it comes to Gaelfast, according to Terence 'Sambo' McNaughton.
The Club Players Association is 'very concerned and disappointed' that a Tier 2 championship proposal will be on the agenda at next month's Special Congress in Cork.
The GAA Museum at Croke Park has announced the induction of six more iconic players into the Hall of Fame for 2019 covering the period 1985 to 1989.