Referee Academy to be hostedLaois GAA are hosting a referee academy training course for anyone between the ages of 14-18 years old on Saturday March 14th.
Team news: Wexford and Laois set for U21FC clashWexford and Laois have revealed their teams for tonight's Leinster U21FC first round meeting
Fitzgibbon Cup: Limerick IT send IT Carlow packingIT Carlow are out of the Fitzgibbon Cup after all following this 1-15 to 0-14 defeat to Limerick IT in dreadful conditions at Moylish this afternoon.
HS hurling team of the weekSix counties are represented on our hurling team of the week ...
GAA tweets: Wedding bells for Down starCongratulations to Conor Laverty who tied the knot on Saturday ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Any time you come to Nowlan Park and get a victory is pleasing."
Maher confirms collarbone breakStephen Maher is out of IT Carlow's Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final against LIT on Tuesday after breaking his collarbone in Laois' heavy Allianz League defeat to Waterford last night.
Laois and IT Carlow sweating on 'Picky'Stephen Maher has emerged as a major doubt for IT Carlow's Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final against LIT on Tuesday after injuring his collarbone in Laois' heavy Allianz League defeat to Waterford last night.
HL1B: Mercurial Mahony steers Waterford past LaoisThe unerring Pauric Mahony helped himself to 1-14 as Waterford inflicted a merciless 3-21 to 0-12 defeat on 14-man Laois at Dungarvan.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerTwo crucial contests took place tonight in the 2015 national hurling league.
Leinster MFL: Carlow Colts shock CorkThe result of the day was surely in Netwatch Cullen Park where Carlow registered a brilliant 1-15 to 0-14 victory over Cork in round two of the Leinster Minor Football League.
Sky deal caused president sleepless nightsLiam O'Neill has described his role in the GAA's historic deal with Sky Sports as "the biggest decision I have ever made in my life".
Plunkett looks at the bigger picture'One swallow doesn't make a summer' is Laois manager Seamus Plunkett's philosophy following their defeat to Offaly in the NHL Division 1B opener last weekend.
Carroll honoured to play partHaving recently stepped down after 40 years of service to the Laois GAA, Mick Carroll admits that it was an honour to be involved.
HS hurling team of the weekThe hurling leagues got off to an exciting start over the weekend, here's our team of the week ...
GAA tweets: Slaughtneil's field of dreamsThe gaels of Slaughtneil are looking forward to their trip to Croker on March 17th ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There was no comment from Davy or from anyone."
Faithful answer their criticsOffaly provided the perfect response to their critics against Laois last night according to manager Brian Whelahan.
HL1B: Dooley-inspired Faithfuls edge out 14-man LaoisOffaly beat neighbours Laois by 1-24 to 0-23 in an exhilarating contest at O'Moore Park.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerKilkenny's Division 1A trip to Cork was the feature match tonight as the 2015 national hurling league commenced with three mouth-watering encounters.
Leinster MFL gets underwayThe Leinster MFL got underway this afternoon and the results are as follows:
Team news: Whelahan's starting 15 for local derbyOffaly manager Brian Whelahan has unveiled his starting line-up for tomorrow's HL Division 1B local derby against Laois. Apps updatedThe latest upgrade of the apps has just been released, with the iOS and Android versions updated in the last 24-hours.
Sheehan to lead Stacks' black and amber marchLaois footballer Billy Sheehan will lead the Austin Stacks '16th man' march to O'Moore Park in advance of Sunday's All-Ireland Club SFC semi-final showdown against Slaughtneil of Derry.
Camogie Volunteer of the Year Awards winners announcedThe winners of the 2014 Camogie Association Volunteer Awards have been announced.
Countdown to CongressThere is sure to be lively debate at the GAA's annual congress in Cavan later this month as a black card in hurling and opening up all county grounds to other sports are amongst the contentious motions that will be put to the floor.
Plunkett relishing 'local derby'Laois manager Seamus Plunkett is looking forward to the start of the Allianz NHL Division 1B campaign this weekend.
O'Flatharta ponders next moveLaois manager Tomas O'Flatharta acknowledges that his side are up against it over the remainder of the NFL.
Meaney quits O'Moore panelMidfielder Kevin Meaney has withdrawn from the Laois senior football squad.
HS football team of the weekGalway twins Cathal and Patrick Sweeney make our HS football team of the week ...
Odds: Dubs now 13/8 to retain titleFollowing their five point victory over Donegal on Saturday night, Dublin are now 13/8 from 7/4 to retain the Division 1 title and make it three-in-a-row.
GAA tweets: O'Halloran puts his hand up for half-back roleCork 'keeper Ken O'Halloran has designs on an outfield career following his late foray into Monaghan territory yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Once he gets a sniff, there's no better player in the country to take a goal."
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThere was another busy day of action in store this afternoon as round two of the National Football league concluded.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerThe feature game from tonight's national football league programme was the Division One meeting of Dublin and Donegal at Croke Park.