The Gaelic Players Association (GPA) is urging GAA Central Council to postpone today's planned vote on Tier Two football championship proposals to allow the Fixtures Task Force the time it needs to develop recommendations, which will benefit all units of the association.
A county winning both the All-Ireland Senior Football and Hurling Championships in the same year. It was unheard of in modern Gaelic games. Many considered it impossible. Yet, in 1990, Cork achieved just that.
Eoin Kennedy (Dublin) dashed Westmeath's Robbie McCarthy's five in-a-row dreams to claim his 10th Softball Singles All-Ireland title in what was the last ever Singles final to be played in the old centre at Croke Park today.
Following an incredible end to normal time that saw goals go in at either end in the space of 60 seconds and Galway then miss a free to win it, Cork finally gained the upperhand over Galway in extra-time to claim the Tom Markham Cup for the first time since 2000.
Cork full forward Patrick Campbell has recovered from the back injury he picked up against Mayo to take his place in the Rebels' starting 15 to face Galway in Sunday's All-Ireland MFC final at Croke Park.
Cork withstood a fierce late rally from five-in-a-row chasing Galway to secure the county's first triumph in an All-Ireland Under 16 A Camogie Championship Final in 16 years by 1-14 to 2-10 at MacDonagh Park in Nenagh.