Twitter went into overdrive as Kerry versus Mayo unfolded in Croke Park yesterday...
"We'll look back and see if things worked from it or did we lose something from it."
The Club Players Association (CPA) has criticised the latest proposals to reform the GAA playing calendar, saying they fall "far short of what is required".
There is a Super Saturday of Gaelic Games coverage on top of the hotly anticipated All-Ireland SFC semi-final between Kerry and Mayo this weekend.
Clare forward Peter Duggan turned on the style to help his club to a senior hurling championship win last weekend.
Lidl Ireland's recent survey into team sport for women shows the positive effect playing sport has on the health and well-being of young women and girls in Ireland.
A new study commissioned by Lidl Ireland demonstrates the positive effect playing sport has on the health and well-being of young women and girls in Ireland.
Waterford secured their first All-Ireland SHC final appearance in nine years at Cork's expense yesterday. Here's our team of the week...
Kilkenny ace Paul Murphy thought he had travelled back in time during yesterday's action-packed All-Ireland SHC semi-final...
"A mixture of elation, relief and anticipation of what's to come at this stage. All those emotions, joy, ecstasy, it was everything to us. Very, very satisfying."
Fresh from winning their respective provincial senior championships last month, Dublin and Kerry enter the TG4 All-Ireland series tomorrow with quarter-final clashes against Waterford and Armagh, respectively.
The race for the Canon Hamilton trophy resumes this weekend.
The All-Ireland SHC semi-final between Cork and Waterford is the big draw on television this weekend.
The CPA (Club Players' Association) has reiterated its call for the GAA to provide clubs with a national fixture master plan.
Wexford coach Seoirse Bulfin is adamant that the GAA cannot afford to lose a personality like Davy Fitzgerald.
A former Meath club footballer has expressed how important cardiac screening is to the GAA.
Here's the latest instalment of our football rankings.
Tyrone, Dublin and Mayo all cruised into the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals at the weekend after wins over Armagh, Monaghan and Roscommon, respectively. Here are our selections for team of the week from those three games…
The first two All-Ireland quarter-finals take place this weekend in a double-header at Nowlan Park.
After a one-year hiatus, Ireland and Australia are set to do battle in the 20th International Rules series this November.
Goals in the fourth minute of each half from Ross McGarry proved decisive as Dublin defeated Clare at O'Moore Park to set up an All-Ireland minor football semi-final showdown with Derry on August 27.
Selector Eamon Keane admits Clare face a huge task in their quest to bounce back from a 24-point Munster final drubbing by Kerry in tomorrow's All-Ireland MFC quarter-final against Dublin at Portlaoise.