Hurlers back in actionFollowing a break last weekend, the Mayo hurlers continue their NHL Division 2B campaign with a home tie against Down on Sunday.
Five things we learned this weekendIt was an eventful weekend on and off the field ...
O'Shea: Gollogly sending off helped usAidan O'Shea felt Stephen Gollogly's first half dismissal was the "turning point" in Mayo's ultimately comfortable victory over Monaghan.
Odds: Kerry and Westmeath the big moversFollowing their two point victory over reigning champions Dublin, Kerry are now 11/4 from 11/2 to win Division 1 of the Allianz National Football League.
GAA tweets: Liam Rushe and Robbie Henshaw separated at birth?Dublin hurler Simon Lambert highlights the striking similarities between his team-mate Liam Rushe and Ireland try hero Robbie Henshaw ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"We were a bit disappointed with our own discipline."
Niland Strike Sends Hurling Title to MayoBallyhaunis Community School made history by claiming their first ever Connacht Post Primary Hurling title with this two point win over Mercy College Woodford in miserable conditions at Kenny Park in Athenry.
FL1: Mayo canter home as Monaghan see redMayo cruised to a 13-point victory over 13-man Monaghan in front of 6,067spectators at Castlebar, 3-15 to 0-11.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerWe've arrived in the month of March and the National football league continued this afternoon.
Allianz Football League back with a bangAfter a three-week break, the Allianz Football League resumes in earnest today when a dozen games will be played across the country.
Congress: standing ovation for Liam O'NeillLiam O'Neill received a standing ovation from delegates following his final address to Congress as GAA President today.
Congress: one v one penalties get the green lightDelegates at GAA Congress, which is taking place today in the Slieve Russell Hotel, Cavan, have vetoed the introduction of a black card in hurling but have unanimously voted for one-v-one penalties.
Ladies previews: round four league games could be crucialIt's a big weekend for ladies football as round 4 of the TESCO NFL takes place.
Team news: Monaghan make no changesThere are no changes in personnel for Monaghan ahead of Sunday's Allianz Football League test against Mayo in Castlebar.
Team news: Cunniffe and O'Connor startTom Cunniffe and Cillian O'Connor will make their first competitive starts of the year for Mayo in Sunday's Allianz Football League meeting with Monaghan.
Eight in total released by MayoMayo managers Noel Connelly and Pat Holmes released a total of eight players from their senior squad last week.
Regan to return sooner than expectedEvan Regan is set to make an earlier-than-expected return to the Mayo jersey.
GAA bail out Mayo on MacHale Park debtThe GAA has come to Mayo's financial rescue by agreeing to take over the bank loan for the redevelopment of MacHale Park.
Higgins: we're not too far awayKeith Higgins doesn't let past disappointments diminish his appetite for pulling on the green and red jersey.
Kelly named Eire Og managerEire Og have appointed Fergal Kelly as their manager for the 2015 campaign.
Horan enjoys 'fascinating evening' in Sir Alex's companyJames Horan got to meet Sir Alex Ferguson last Friday night and the legendary Manchester United manager made a big impression on him.
Dillon in line for Mayo returnMayo are set to welcome back Seamus O'Shea, Alan Dillon, Tom Parsons and Tom Cunniffe for Sunday's Division 1 clash against Monaghan.
GAA tweets: Wedding bells for Down starCongratulations to Conor Laverty who tied the knot on Saturday ...
Ladies: Dublin lose to Mayo in league openerDublin suffered a shock defeat in the NFL today when Mayo inspired by veteran footballer Cora Staunton came away from DCU with a 0-13 to 0-8 victory much to the delight of new Mayo boss Frank Browne.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Any time you come to Nowlan Park and get a victory is pleasing."
Ballyhaunis Community School Enter New Hurling TerritoryNext Saturday 28th February will see a novel pairing in this years Connacht Colleges Senior C Hurling Final, as Ballyhaunis Community School make the journey to Kenny Park in Athenry to play Mercy College Woodford.
HL2B round-up: Lilywhites kick onKildare have surged ahead in Division 2B after a brilliant 2-15 to 1-12 victory over Down in Newbridge.
Mayo v Meath moved to BekanToday's Allianz Hurling League Division 2B game between Mayo and Meath has been moved from Elvery's MacHale Park to the Connacht Centre of Excellence.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerRound Two of the National Hurling league continued this afternoon.
Bumper Sunday of Allianz Hurling League actionA dozen games are down for decision in round two of the Allianz Hurling League this afternoon.
Lynch ban upheldDerry captain Mark Lynch's appeal against his sending off against Kerry has failed.
Duffy dropped from Mayo panelGavin Duffy has been cut from the Mayo football panel without having played a second of competitive action.
Mick Loftus to Receive Honorary Doctorate at NUI GalwayAlmost 40 students will be conferred with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) by NUI Galway today.
Vaughan has no issue with packed defencesMayo's Donal Vaughan says it's up to opposition teams to find ways of breaking down blanket defences.
Four hotseats filledFour Mayo clubs have appointed new managers ahead of the start of the league next weekend.

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Can Paul Galvin make a difference to Kerry after coming out of retirement at 35-years-of-age?

Yes, he'll give them a great option
Maybe not on the field, but he'll certainly keep people on their toes
I'm not so sure