Here are the fixtures for the Ulster club football and hurling championships which commence on October 16.
Derry boss Damian Barton says he hopes to make a number of new additions to his panel next season.
The draws for the 2017 Ulster U21 football and hurling championships were made yesterday evening.
As expected, Damian Barton's reappointment as Derry senior football manager got the green light from club delegates last night's County Board meeting.
Damian Barton is going to be retained as Derry senior football manager.
Here's our team of the week from a drama-packed All-Ireland final...
There was no shortage of talking points from an All-Ireland SFC final that was low in quality but high in entertainment...
Donegal GAA teams will be crossing the county boundary to train in Derry if plans for a £6 million sports complex development come to fruition.
"There is plenty of character in the group and I expect the boys to get their heads down."
In this, our clubs 70th year we are proud to announce that our Gala Evening will take place on the 12th November 2016 at the Tullyglass House Hotel, Ballymena.
Lotto Numbers: 22, 32 & 46. There was no winner of the £1500 jackpot
Ballinderry will face Slaughtneil for a place in this year's Derry SFC final after they accounted for Banagher by 1-14 to 1-7 in the last of the quarter-finals at Owenbeg last night.
All-Ireland champions Tipperary will open their 2017 national hurling league account in the capital.
All-Ireland finalists Dublin and Mayo will take on Cavan and Monaghan respectively in the first round of the 2017 national football league.
Lotto Numbers: 30, 47 & 48. There was no winner of the £1000 jackpot.
Brendan Rogers netted twice in the last five minutes as Slaughtneil eased to a four-in-a-row of Derry SHC titles at Banagher's expense in Owenbeg.
While county final season might not be quite upon us yet, Kerry and Derry are set to crown their senior hurling champions this afternoon.
Tom McLean has stepped down after two years in charge of the Derry senior hurlers.
Joe Brolly might need a bodyguard when he attends Cáirde Mhaigheo's Pre-Match Night in The Citywest Hotel.
As GAA chiefs put the finishing touches on a fresh TV rights deal with interested parties, Association President Aogán Ó Fearghaíl has insisted that "there is no automatic right for everybody to see every game."
We have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland football finals on Sunday 18 September.