The semi-finals of the Connacht club intermediate and junior hurling championships are fixed for next Monday.
Here are the players who stood out for us from an eventful weekend of club hurling action...
Cora Staunton was at it again yesterday.
Dual star Keith Higgins rescued a share of the Mayo SHC final spoils for Ballyhaunis when sending over the last five points of the game to deny Tooreen.
Former Galway All-Ireland winner Kieran Fitzgerald picked up his 11th SFC medal yesterday...
"Our character has been questioned over the last couple of years and the way the game went today, it was tested more than ever."
Former Mayo star Conor Mortimer is transferring back to his home club Shrule/Glencorrib and is eligible to line out in their Mayo IFC semi-final replay against Westport this week.
Next Saturday's Mayo SFC final will pit holders Castlebar Mitchels against Knockmore.
Ballyhaunis and Tooreen must meet again to decide the destination of the Mayo SHC silverware this year.
This afternoon saw no fewer than 14 county finals take place around the country.
Kerry's Philip Lucid shot 0-13 as Ireland comfortably saw off Scotland in today's U21 Shinty/Hurling International in Inverness.
Barring draws, 14 more county champions will be crowned tomorrow.
Former Mayo footballer Aidan Kilcoyne could be about to give county manager Stephen Rochford another goalkeeping headache!
Jason Sherlock says money and resources have nothing to do with the size of Dublin's backroom team.
Attendances at intercounty senior football championship matches are dropping to alarming lows.
The GAA has released a more detailed document outlining proposals for a new GAA Football Championship structure.
The 2017 Independent.ie HE GAA Sigerson Championship Weekend will be hosted by Comhairle Ardoideachais Connachta in the Connacht GAA Centre in Bekan, Mayo on February 17-18, 2017.
'The Mark' is to be implemented in the Independent.ie Higher Education GAA Senior Football League Division 1.
Mayo native Pearce Hanley has switched his AFL club allegiance from Brisbane Lions to local rivals Gold Coast Suns while Zach Tuohy is on the verge of signing a four-year deal with Geelong.
Gregory O'Kane has warned his Irish team to be prepared for a physically tough Hurling / Shinty International clash with Scotland.
A GAA Club Players Association (CPA) could be up and running within three weeks.
Tom Parsons is backing Mayo to bounce back in 2017.