Rachel King produced a scintillating attacking display as Galway outfit Annaghdown were crowned All-Ireland ladies intermediate club football champions at Parnell Park on Sunday.
Dublin senior panellist Olivia Leonard was superb as St Maurs claimed All-Ireland junior club glory on Saturday.
Appearing in their first All-Ireland finals, Dublin outfit St Maurs and Cork representatives Kinsale kick-start what promises to be an exciting weekend of action across three grades.
Kiltubrid GAA and Kiltubrid Ladies GAA will hold their Race Night this Saturday in Gerties Bar, Keshcarrigan.
Galway and Armagh clubs will contest the All-Ireland ladies intermediate club football final at Parnell Park on Sunday, December 4.
This weekend was the turn of the small ball code to take centre stage.
The semi-finals of the Ladies All-Ireland club compeitions take place this weekend with some particularly interesting clashes set to take place.
Former Tyrone minor All-Ireland winner Sean O'Kane will lead the Armagh ladies senior footballers in 2017.
After another successful year on the football fields, the Meath Ladies Gaelic Football family will come together on December 2nd in the Castle Arch Hotel in Trim to celebrate the year gone by.
'It's lovely, (it's) fantastic to be recognised by your peers, I'm absolutely thrilled to bits' - 2016 TG4 Players Player of the Year Brid Stack.
Football took centre stage this afternoon as we had quarter-finals and semi-finals down for decision in all four provinces.
Cork dual star Briege Corkery is undecided over whether to continue her remarkable inter-county career in 2017.
Cork have been rewarded for winning their 11th All-Ireland title in 12 years with six TG4 / LGFA All Stars.
Returning Mayo senior ladies senior football team manager Frank Browne is hoping that ace forward Cora Staunton will be back for a 23rd season of inter-county fare.
Dublin ladies manager Gregory McGonigle has stepped down from his post after three years at the helm.
Tipperary's Biddy Ryan has today been confirmed as the 2016 Inductee into the Ladies Gaelic Football Hall of Fame.
We're into November and the games are still coming thick and fast as there were another seven down for decision this afternoon.
It may be the October Bank Holiday weekend, but there was still plenty of GAA action around the country this afternoon.
Ronan Clarke has stepped down as Armagh ladies football manager after only season in charge.
Cora Staunton was at it again yesterday.
Kildare's ladies footballers are on the look-out for a new manager as Alan Barry has decided to bow out on a high.
This afternoon saw no fewer than 14 county finals take place around the country.