EPHIE Fitzgerald's Cork won the battle of the All-Ireland finalists from the last three seasons to collect two valuable points in Division 1 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League.
Having finished on the wrong end of the scoreline three times on All-Ireland SFC final day, Lee Keegan is determined to savour every moment of the celebrations that follow Westport's All-Ireland Club IFC success.
Pat Spillane is standing firm on his initial assessment of Mayo's chances of ending their All-Ireland SFC famine this year.
Australian actor Eric Bana has adopted Mayo as his favourite Irish sports team!
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.
Between television and streaming there are eight live games this weekend.
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.
GAA fans can now look forward to viewing the final instalments of the AIB GAA Junior and Intermediate Football and Hurling Club Championship online via aib.ie/gaa and the AIB YouTube channel.
Westport and Mayo star Lee Keegan has stressed that they are keeping their build up to Sunday's All-Ireland club IFC final as low key as possible.
Mayo goalkeeper David Clarke believes that when they have their intensity levels at its peak, they are a match for any team in the country.
Mayo forward Alan Freeman has stepped away from the senior football panel due to work commitments.
Stephen Coen insists that Mayo's footballers are not affected by outside pressure.
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...
A Foundation Hurling Referees course will be run over the next month by Connacht GAA.
"The lads were absolutely superb, we won ball, we broke ball, broke lines, broke tackles, attacked their '21', but we were hacked down, full stop, that's the story."
"We couldn't play any poorer than we played in the first-half. One thing about the group, they have a lot of pride, they understand the responsibility they have playing for Mayo."
Wicklow, Meath and Derry are all up and running in Division 2B of the national hurling league.
One of the busiest days on the GAA calendar descended on us this afternoon.