Bohan to coach Clare footballersClare have secured the services of the highly-rated Mick Bohan as their new football coach.
Limerick's English named U21 Player of the YearLimerick's Richie English has been named as the Bord Gáis Energy Player of the Year at the U21 Team of the Year Awards which were held at Dublin's Marker Hotel tonight.
Hurling All Stars: 12 nominations each for Cats and TribeThe GAA, GPA and Opel have confirmed the nominations for the 2015 All-Star hurling awards with recent All-Ireland finalists Kilkenny and Galway leading the haul with 12 each.
Stack to face home club in third County finalClonlara manager Sean Stack was delighted to see his side through to the county SHC final, but stressed that they needed to improve against Sixmilebridge.
Football rankings: Dominant Dubs reclaim top spotAs the dust settles on the 2015 All-Ireland SFC, we update our football rankings and (surprise, surprise!) All-Ireland champions Dublin take over in pole position...
GPA unveils football structure proposalsThe GPA has unveiled its football competitions proposal which has been submitted to the GAA as part of the Association's competition structures review.
Eleven Dubs up for All Stars as Cluxton and Flynn miss outUnsurprisingly, All-Ireland champions Dublin dominate the GAA/GPA All Stars shortlist will 11 nominations.
Hurling rankings: Kilkenny are Top CatsKilkenny continue to rule the hurling landscape...
Camogie: Cork and Galway dominate All-Stars nominationsAll-Ireland champions Cork and finalists Galway dominate the 2015 Camogie All-Stars shortlist. The final team will be announced at the All-Stars banquet, sponsored by Liberty Insurance at Citywest Hotel on November 7th.
Burns would support removal of tricolour (and National Anthem)Former Armagh midfielder Jarlath Burns would be in favour of the GAA getting rid of the tricolour at its grounds to reach out to the unionist community.
Cusack Park set to host Clare SHC finalCusack Park is expected to be confirmed as the venue for Sunday week's Clare SHC final at a CCC meeting tonight, despite currently undergoing a €2.3 million revamp.
Championship tweets: "All Ireland Title Number 10!"The Rebelettes maintained their vice-like grip on the Brendan Martin Cup at Croke Park yesterday...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I'm very proud, and just relieved."
Clare SHC: O'Loughlin fires Clonlara into finalMicheál O'Loughlin bagged 2-7 as Clonlara eased to a 2-19 to 1-10 victory over Kilmaley in today's Clare SHC semi-final replay at Cusack Park.
Six moments of brilliance in the 2015 hurling championshipLiam MacCarthy is back in Kilkenny after a championship full of high drama. We look back at six standout moments from the 2015 hurling championship which made us stand back and go 'wow'.
Senior semi finals down for decisionThis weekend sees the Clare senior football championship semi-finals take place.
U21 Hurling Team of the Year nominees revealedAll-Ireland champions Limerick lead the list of nominees for this year's Bord Gais Energy Team of the Year which will be announced live on Newstalk's Off the Ball over four days starting on Wednesday, September 30.
GAA/Basketball crossover programmeFor many years, GAA players have turned to soccer and rugby to keep up their fitness levels over the winter, but they are now finding that basketball is of more benefit to them during the off-season.
HS football team of the weekIt was far from the classic All-Ireland final that gaelic football fans had hoped for but that won't dampen Dublin's deserved celebrations. Here's our All-Ireland football final team of the week...
Championship tweets: "Up the Dubs!!! It's time to celebrate"The curtain came down on the 2015 inter-county gaelic football season yesterday and the Dubs are celebrating All-Ireland title number 25...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"What happens on the pitch stays on the pitch We shook hands and that was the end of it."
Clare SHC: 'Gilly' fires 'Bridge into finalThe evergreen Niall Gilligan shot seven points as Sixmilebridge qualified for their third Canon Hamilton Cup final in five years with a 3-21 to 3-13 victory over Crusheen at Cusack Park this afternoon.
SHC reaches semi stageThe Clare senior hurling championship semi-finals are sure to draw big crowds this weekend.
All Ireland Intermediate Football SevensThe newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have Senior teams participating from all of Ireland is taking place again on 19th Sept. 2015
Limerick recruit former Clare All-Ireland winning coachA new look Limerick senior hurling management team will be put before the clubs for ratification at Tuesday night's County Board meeting.
Championship tweets: "This is what it's all about!!"Ashling Thompson and the Rebelettes are enjoying All-Ireland title number 26...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"We never threw in the towel and that's the difference between Cork camogie and anyone else."
Clare SFC: Cratloe lose both crowns in space of a weekIt's been a week to forget for Cratloe.
Pella Games - Indoor Gaelic Games for all agesHave you heard about Pella Games?
O'Meara seeks improvementSixmilebridge manager John O'Meara was delighted to see his side defeat defending champions Cratloe in the SHC, but stressed that they still had plenty to work on.
Competition: win two All-Ireland football final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland football finals on Sunday 20 September.
"Paying hurling and football teams isn't sustainable"Clare's Podge Collins says his opinion on pay-for-play in the GAA was misinterpreted on RTE documentary Páirc Life last night.
Cody: "the All-Ireland championship has to be condensed"Brian Cody agrees that the All-Ireland SHC needs to be played off quicker to alleviate pressure on clubs.
HS hurling team of the weekThe Cats were crowned All-Ireland hurling champions for the 36th time yesterday...
HS football team of the weekTen Dublin players make our football team of the week...
Clare SHC: holders bow outThere will be a new name on the Canon Hamilton Cup this year after Cratloe were dethroned by Sixmilebridge yesterday.
Championship tweets: "Clear eyes black and amber hearts can't lose"Hurler of the Year elect TJ Reid and his Kilkenny team-mates are in celebratory mode again today...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Every year you win the All-Ireland final it's a brilliant feeling and I don't rank them, to be honest."
Marty: bring back "we're going to do it" interviewsMarty Morrissey would love to see a return to the days when TV reporters were allowed to interview managers during big games.
No tweeting please!Local journalists at last night's Clare county board meeting were a bit miffed after being asked by chairman Michael McDonagh to refrain from tweeting.
Quarterfinal weekend in SHCThis weekend sees the quarterfinals of the Clare senior hurling championship take place.
Twenty years since the 'Curse of Biddy Early' was liftedToday marks the 20th anniversary of Clare's famous All-Ireland senior hurling success of 1995.
Cusack Park remains open for businessCusack Park in Ennis continues to host games, despite works having commenced on a €2.3 million redevelopment.
All-Ireland finals get the cinema treatmentODEON cinemas will screen the All-Ireland senior hurling and football finals on Sunday September 6 and Sunday, September 20.
Ollie Canning on life and the All-Ireland finalFour time All Star and Sky Sports GAA pundit, Ollie Canning, says Galway has a great chance in the All-Ireland final this week.
HS football team of the weekDublin versus Mayo part two is scheduled for next Saturday but, for now, here's our football team of the week...
Championship tweets: Has 'The Sunday Game' lost credibility?Here's what Declan O'Sullivan, Joe McMahon and Paddy Bradley thought of The Sunday Game's analysis of yesterday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I was headbutted alright."
Banner at a Delooze endClare football boss Colm Collins is on the lookout for a completely new backroom team.
GAA fixtures issue frustrated rugby legendFormer Ireland rugby international Keith Wood has revealed that being involved in training his local GAA club left him both loving it and frustrated at the same time.