Dublin's John Horan has been voted in as President-Elect of the GAA tonight at the Annual Congress in Croke Park.
The remaining matches in round two of the Allianz NHL took place this afternoon.
WEXFORD hung on by the skin of their teeth after Beth Carton led a late rally for 14-woman Waterford that almost saw them reel-in their south east neighbours in a Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 encounter at WIT that really came to life in the final quarter.
Loreto Kilkenny's Junior A camogie team followed the example set by their Senior counterparts seven days earlier when beating Presentation Athenry in their O'Neills All-Ireland Post-Primary semi-final.
All-Ireland and Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 champions Kilkenny got their season off to the perfect start with an overwhelming victory over neighbours Tipperary at the MW Hire Training Centre in Kilkenny.
The Ulster GAA Empowering Female Sport Conference launch took place in Belfast and was attended by representatives from Ulster Ladies Gaelic, Ulster Camogie and Ulster GAA Handball.
UNIVERSITY Of Limerick retained the Ashbourne Cup and made it two wins in three seasons when recovering from the concession of an early goal to record a deserved victory over University College Cork at Abbotstown.
DIT were made to dig very deep before emerging victorious in a very tight Purcell Cup Final at Abbotstown.
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LORETO Kilkenny are back in the final of the O'Neills Post Primary Senior A Camogie Championship and will be hoping to go one better than last year, when they were defeated in the decider by St Brigid's Loughrea.
One of the busiest days on the GAA calendar descended on us this afternoon.
Welcome to our latest edition of our live match tracker as we picked up where we left off last night.
A total of eleven camogie, football and hurling stars were honoured today in Croke Park for their performances with their clubs.
SARSFIELDS will play Slaughtneil in the AIB All-Ireland senior camogie final after Niamh McGrath slotted an injury-time point for the westerners to give them a 0-8 to 0-7 win over Thomastown after a real dogfight, while the Derry champions pulled off a shock 3-8 to 3-6 victory over Burgess-Duharra in a cracker to keep their club's remarkable treble bid alive
Sarsfields will play Slaughtneil in the AIB All-Ireland senior camogie final after Niamh McGrath slotted an injury-time point for the westerners to give them a 0-8 to 0-7 win over Thomastown after a real dogfight, while the Derry champions pulled off a shock 3-8 to 3-6 victory over Burgess-Duharra in a cracker to keep their club's remarkable treble bid alive.
IT HAS been a remarkable year for Slaughtneil, achieving a historic treble when annexing Ulster senior titles in Camogie, hurling and football. There is a sense that the men and women representing the south Derry outfit are not finished yet and if the Camogie representatives face a tall order, they possess the tools to keep their run going.
Camogie's most prestigious trophy is coming to London this weekend.
As someone involved in high performance sport his entire adult life, having played in All-Ireland Finals with Derry and Slaughtneil, and spent three years as a professional Aussie rules player in the AFL with Sydney Swans, Chrissy McKaigue has had no shortage of tremendous mentors and role models.
Former Clare football and camogie star Eimear Considine has been named in the Irish women's squad for the 2017 6 Nations.
CPA Executive Member Derek Kavanagh believes that making players aware of their cause is their main focus at the moment.
Offaly Camogie have announced the appointment of Paddy Kirwan as their senior manager for 2017.