"In my day, we used to whoop Tyrone's asses more often than not."
Glen Emmets continue to hold the advantage in the race for the Division 3 title after picking up another victory, this time getting the better of St Kevins on a 1-16 to 0-11 scoreline.
Played in breezy, sunny conditions Naomh Fionnbarra played Hunterstown Rovers in the seventh round of the Division 2 League at John Markey Park, Ballygassan on Saturday evening.
St Fechins travelled to Lordship with the knowing they had their two county men, Ronan Holcroft and Bevan Duffy, available for the first time this year.
There was no jackpot winner in Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne's Camogie Club Lotto draw held on Wednesday 18th May
Division 3 League Round 6: St Kevins 0-4 Roche Emmets 0-14
Well done to our Ladies Football and Senior Football teams who both recorded fantastic results for St Fechins in the last 24 hours.
Louth Minors were denied a place in the Leinster Championship semi-final when Laois struck an injury-time point to claim a dramatic victory.
On Sunday 29th May, Cuchulainn Gaels are holding a road collection at the crossroads Omeath in aid of youth development within the club.
We were set for a busy afternoon as we had no fewer than six games down for decision.
There was a big upset in the Leinster MFC today as Meath scored an emphatic 1-18 to 2-5 quarter-final victory over Dublin at Pairc Tailteann.
A brilliant weekend of betting was had last weekend with a number of very profitable bets landing, leaving us nearly +10 points for the first weekend of championship betting.
It was great sadness that we learned of the passing of former GAA President Joe McDonagh yesterday evening following a short illness.
Shane O'Hanlon was Louth's match-winner as Colin Kelly's charges defeated Wicklow by 1-14 to 0-13 at Aughrim.
Division 1: We made another come back last Friday night from seven points down to claim a sweet one point victory over the county champions St. Patricks.
The death has taken place of Louth handball hero Joey Maher.
Here's our first championship football team of the week...
A goal by the Gers Glen Trainor in the first minute set the scene for this Division 1 clash played in Haggardstown.
Congratulations to the Louth Senior teams on their victories at the weekend.
The GAA Museum today opened a new exhibition, "Ireland's Olympians" which celebrates the nation's Olympic medalists, with a special emphasis on medal winners from 1924 when Ireland first competed as an independent nation.
Dreadnots maintained their lead at the top of the Division 1 table when a late Ronan Califf point give them a 1-10 to 1-9 victory over Nh Mairtin.
It's that time of year again...