Here are the GAA topics that were trending on Twitter over the weekend...
"I read a book once and this American football coach said about the team out of Texas, the Cowboys: 'Son, in Texas we don't rebuild - we reload!"
"Last year was a very tough year for us. We set out our stall this year and brought in a couple of fresh faces and that's helped the whole thing."
Kilkenny made their competitive bow of 2017 today and came away from Abbottstown with a resounding 6-27 to 0-19 Walsh Cup win over Antrim under their belts.
Some fantastic football and hurling fare took place around the country on an almost balmy January afternoon.
The leaking of the now infamous St Brigid's player/coach contract left one of the Dublin club's high profile players feeling 'pissed off'.
A Kevin Ross penalty in the fourth minute of injury-time rescued a draw for Meath and saw them pip Laois for an O'Byrne Cup semi-final place at Stradbally tonight.
There was plenty of U21 football action this afternoon.
Here are our previews for this weekend's football encounters in the Dr McKenna Cup, Connacht SFL, O'Byrne Cup and McGrath Cup.
Here are our previews for this Sunday's hurling games in the Walsh Cup, Munster SHL and Kehoe Cup.
John O'Loughlin will make his first appearance of the new season for Laois against Meath on Saturday (throw-in 7.30pm).
U2's Croke Park concert in July could see a potential Leinster senior football final replay staged at Semple Stadium.
There were wins for UCD, Meath, Laois, Westmeath, Louth, Longford, Kildare and Wexford tonight.
There was second-round action tonight in the O'Byrne, Walsh and McGrath Cups.
The groups and fixtures for the 2017 Leinster minor hurling league have been announced.
Leinster GAA have released the groups and fixtures for the 2017 Leinster minor football league which is due to commence on Saturday, 11 February.
New Laois manager Eamonn Kelly admits that they have plenty of work to do ahead of the NHL.
Player/coach contracts are all the rage on the GAA club scene at the moment it seems.
Laois manager Peter Creedon is delighted with the work that his players have done so far this season.
Here are our previews for tonight's second round games in the O'Byrne, McGrath and Walsh Cups.
New Laois manager Peter Creedon has unveiled his starting fifteen to face Wicklow in the O'Byrne Cup at Greystones tonight (throw-in 7.45pm).
The 2017 gaelic football season is up and running and we select the players who stood out in the first round of the subsidiary competitions...