What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Galway didn't deliver when the pressure came on. Blaming the manager is a pathetic cop-out."
County championship roundupFormer All Star Paddy Keenan won another Louth SFC medal at Drogheda as St. Patrick's defeated first-time finalists Sean O'Mahony's by 1-14 to 0-9.
2016 championship draws next weekThe dust has barely settled on this year's championships and already thoughts are beginning to turn to next year's campaign.
Camogie: Waterford and Laois lead 2015 Soaring Stars selectionsAll-Ireland Intermediate champions Waterford lead this year's Intermediate Soaring Stars selection with midfielders Lorraine Bray and Patricia Jackman, along with wing-forward Beth Carton named amongst this year's selection.
Football rankings: Dominant Dubs reclaim top spotAs the dust settles on the 2015 All-Ireland SFC, we update our football rankings and (surprise, surprise!) All-Ireland champions Dublin take over in pole position...
GPA unveils football structure proposalsThe GPA has unveiled its football competitions proposal which has been submitted to the GAA as part of the Association's competition structures review.
Eleven Dubs up for All Stars as Cluxton and Flynn miss outUnsurprisingly, All-Ireland champions Dublin dominate the GAA/GPA All Stars shortlist will 11 nominations.
Leinster U21 and minor championship draws for 2016The draws for the 2016 Leinster U21, minor and intermediate championships in football and hurling took place tonight.
Hurling rankings: Kilkenny are Top CatsKilkenny continue to rule the hurling landscape...
Parkinson 'finished' with LaoisThe imminent appointment of Mick Lillis as Laois senior football manager has been greeted with disillusionment by former player Colm Parkinson.
Martin turns attention to provincial campaignClough-Ballacolla manager Kevin Martin has already turned his attention to the Leinster club senior hurling championship.
Maher puts the work inClough-Ballacolla forward Stephen Maher admits that he has dedicated many hours to practising his free taking.
Burns would support removal of tricolour (and National Anthem)Former Armagh midfielder Jarlath Burns would be in favour of the GAA getting rid of the tricolour at its grounds to reach out to the unionist community.
Laois land LillisIt looks like Mick Lillis will be the new man in charge of the Laois senior footballers.
Championship tweets: "All Ireland Title Number 10!"The Rebelettes maintained their vice-like grip on the Brendan Martin Cup at Croke Park yesterday...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I'm very proud, and just relieved."
Laois SHC final: 'Picky' inspires Clough to comeback winStephen 'Picky' Maher split the posts 11 times as Clough-Ballacolla staged a stirring second half comeback to win their eighth Bob O'Keeffe Cup at Camross' expense in O'Moore Park.
County finals aplenty todayWith the inter-county season done and dusted for another year, the club scene will take centre stage from now until Christmas.
Six moments of brilliance in the 2015 hurling championshipLiam MacCarthy is back in Kilkenny after a championship full of high drama. We look back at six standout moments from the 2015 hurling championship which made us stand back and go 'wow'.
U21 Hurling Team of the Year nominees revealedAll-Ireland champions Limerick lead the list of nominees for this year's Bord Gais Energy Team of the Year which will be announced live on Newstalk's Off the Ball over four days starting on Wednesday, September 30.
All-Australian Coaches accolade for TuohyLaois native Zach Tuohy has been selected as the best player in his position by a selection of AFL coaches.
Martin plays up underdogs tagClough-Ballacolla manager Kevin Martin is adamant that his side are underdogs for Sunday's County SHC final.
Unique pairing in SHC deciderDespite being two of the top teams in the county, Clough-Ballacolla and Camross will meet in the county SHC final for the first time ever on Sunday.
GAA/Basketball crossover programmeFor many years, GAA players have turned to soccer and rugby to keep up their fitness levels over the winter, but they are now finding that basketball is of more benefit to them during the off-season.
HS football team of the weekIt was far from the classic All-Ireland final that gaelic football fans had hoped for but that won't dampen Dublin's deserved celebrations. Here's our All-Ireland football final team of the week...
Championship tweets: "Up the Dubs!!! It's time to celebrate"The curtain came down on the 2015 inter-county gaelic football season yesterday and the Dubs are celebrating All-Ireland title number 25...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"What happens on the pitch stays on the pitch We shook hands and that was the end of it."
Tuohy honoured by CarltonPortlaoise's Zach Tuohy has received a major award from his club Carlton.
Camross show battling qualitiesCamross selector Peter Dooley was impressed by the players willingness to dig deep to grind out a victory over Ballinakill in the SHC semi-final last Sunday.
Martin seeks improvementClough-Ballacolla manager Kevin Martin is confident that his side have more left in the tank ahead of the county SHC final.
All Ireland Intermediate Football SevensThe newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have Senior teams participating from all of Ireland is taking place again on 19th Sept. 2015
Laois SHC: Camross and Clough/Ballacolla for finalCamross and Clough-Ballacolla will contest the Bob O'Keeffe Cup decider following their respective semi-final wins over Ballinakill and Borris-Kilcotton at O'Moore Park yesterday.
Championship tweets: "This is what it's all about!!"Ashling Thompson and the Rebelettes are enjoying All-Ireland title number 26...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"We never threw in the towel and that's the difference between Cork camogie and anyone else."
Camogie: Junior All-Ireland joy for Laois as Roscommon defeatedLaois finally brought their Croke Park torment to an end by overcoming a determined but profligate Roscommon in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland premier junior camogie final.