A new three year deal between the Tyrone Ladies county board and O'Neills International sportswear has been confirmed, the Strabane based kit manufacturer set to supply gear to all the county squads.
Donaghmoyne attacker Cathriona McConnell was today named as the Croke Park Player of the Month for December.
Ladies footballers in all age grades will have to wear mouthguards from now on as part of a concerted effort to reduce facial injuries.
See the '12 Best Saves of 2016' from GAA games both at home and all over the world filmed by videographer Jerome Quinn.
2016 was another exceptional year for Ladies Gaelic Football, both at home and abroad. The Lidl National League sponsorship deal kick-started the year and they didn't look back.
Connacht manager John Tobin believes that Croke Park must make a decision on the future of the inter-provincials as they are 'in a coma'.
Olivia Leonard was today named as the Croke Park Player of the Month after leading her club, St. Maur's, to All Ireland Club Glory.
There will be a 'carnival atmosphere' at the historic 2017 O'Connor Cup weekend at GMIT Mayo, says Sports Officer Nigel Jennings.
Tyrone chairperson Roisin Jordan says gender quotas are not currently practical for the GAA.
South Belfast club Bredagh have made history by winning the Ulster Ladies Gaelic Football Minor Championship for the first time.
Dublin, Westmeath and Longford have appointed new ladies football managers in recent days.
Donaghmoyne captain Amanda Casey was happy to admit after winning the All Ireland Senior Championship that 'we are a great, great team'.
The Meath Ladies AGM took place last night in the Walterstown Clubhouse.
Catriona McConnell led the charge as Donaghmoyne won back-to-back All-Ireland ladies senior club football titles for the very first time at Parnell Park on Sunday.
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.