Played in calm, damp conditions Naomh Fionnbarra played Dundalk Gaels in the 2nd Round of the Paddy Sheelan Cup at Dundalk on Sunday morning.
St Fechins began the new season where they left off in 2016 with a rousing defeat of Naomh Moninne in Beaulieu on Saturday night.
"I am proud of them. They worked extremely hard. There is no point getting carried away, there is a long way to go yet. But there is way more to go in this Wexford team."
St Fechins gained their first point in the Paddy Sheelan Cup in a tight encounter played in Beaulieu on Friday Night.
Our Juvenile Registration night takes place on Wednesday 8th March from 6.30 to 8.30pm in the clubhouse in Pairc Naomh Feichín.
There was no jackpot winner in Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne's Camogie Club Lotto draw held on Wednesday 15th February
The Brian O'Hare Cup & Shield U12 Football 9-a-side will take place at An Riocht (Down) on Saturday 6th May; Coralstown-Kinegad (Westmeath) Cup holders, Shane O'Neills (Armagh) Shield holders.
The remaining matches in round two of the Allianz NHL took place this afternoon.
EPHIE Fitzgerald's Cork won the battle of the All-Ireland finalists from the last three seasons to collect three valuable points in Division 1 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League.
Monaghan lead the way in Division 3A of the national hurling league, beating Donegal by 1-21 to 3-14.
Armagh legend Oisín McConville guided DkIT to back-to-back Trench Cups at the expense of WIT at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence in Bekan today.
Spending on inter-county teams has reached an all-time high.
Here are our previous for this weekend's round two fixtures in the Allianz Hurling League taking place across the country.
Cork versus Dublin is the standout tie from this weekend's Lidl Ladies National Football League round three games as the two side's meet in a repeat of last year's All-Ireland final.
William Reilly is flying the Wee County flag with distinction in the English capital, where he had the honour of becoming the first-ever Louth-born President of London GAA in December, 2016.
Derek Maguire says Louth got exactly what they were looking for against Longford - two points.
Louth manager Colin Kelly empathises with his Longford counterpart Denis Connerton following Sunday's time-keeping boo-boo in Drogheda.
Sheelan Cup: We got our season under way on Sunday morning with a hard fought draw against the Blues.
The second round of football league action threw up plenty of fine individual performances, here's our football team of the week...
Check out who made the cut in our hurling team of the week following round one of the Allianz Hurling Leagues...
The GAA ticket office has warned its season ticket holders that they will have their passes suspended if they are found to 'abuse' the system in any way.
It was a busy weekend on the GAA front...