She may have been a late comer to inter-county football but new Sligo captain Nicola Brennan has taken the job with the sole focus of leading her side into Division 2 of the Lidl National Football League.
GAA clubs from Orange County in California, Edinburgh, London and 14 counties across the four provinces of Ireland will take part in the 31st edition of the Lidl Comórtas Peile Páidi Ó Sé 2020, with 36 adult men's and ladies club teams descending on the rugged Dingle Peninsula from 21st to 23rd February.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association is pleased to announce details of the LGFA TALK Project, which is available to clubs in Antrim, Armagh, Derry, Down, Fermanagh and Tyrone, initially on a pilot basis.
The GAA and the Local Authority sector, led by the County and City Management Association (CCMA) will announce a new initiative to work together to lead communities in promoting sustainability and climate action on Friday, January 24th in Croke Park.
Lidl Ireland have today launched One Good Club™, a five-step youth mental health awareness programme for local clubs, developed in partnership with the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) and Jigsaw - the National Centre for Youth Mental Health.
Having worn the county colours of Tipperary, London and Derry, as well as the club shirts of Newcastle, Ballymacarbry, Tara Ladies and Ballinascreen, Cáit Glass has called time on her much travelled inter-county career.
Meath Ladies have announced a new sponsorship deal with one of Meath's most iconic companies with a great tradition in Gaelic Games, KEPAK, and also launched a new jersey from designer by Masita Ireland.
Marie Hickey is in her fifth year as President of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, and with less than a year and a half to go in her tenure, she says there are still plenty of things left for her to achieve before she vacates the post.
"It's not about the managers, it's about the players. You can talk about the Johnny Kellys and the Davy Fitzgeralds and all the people you like on the sideline. But, unless you have men of that quality and prepared to do that, you can do very little."
It was the ultimate way to win an All-Ireland Senior Club title, but Mourneabbey manager Shane Ronayne had huge sympathy for Kilkerrin/Clonberne as their brave performance went unrewarded thanks to Laura Fitzgerald's late heroics at the Gaelic Grounds.
Rena Buckley scored 0-7 as Donoughmore became the third straight Cork team to claim the All-Ireland Junior Football title with victory over MacHale Rovers in the final after extra-time at Duggan Park in Ballinasloe.
Mourneabbey secured back-to-back All-Ireland Senior Club titles as a Laura Fitzgerald point with less than 20 seconds remaining broke Kilkerrin/Clonberne hearts in a dramatic All-Ireland decider at the Gaelic Grounds.
A blistering comeback saw Naomh Ciaran create history by becoming the first ladies football club from Offaly to land an All-Ireland title as Kate Kenny led them to the All-Ireland Intermediate Club crown at Kingspan Breffni.
With a number of GAA players committing to Aussie Rules, should the GAA break its ties with the AFL?