As the calendar moves towards the August Bank Holiday weekend and into what has been a traditional break in club competitions
While the club football Championships in Monaghan are still in the early stages those who eventually emerge as winners will know
This Friday night in The Marquee, Fiddlers Car Park, 34 dancers take to the stage to perform as Corduff Gaels presents "Strictly Jail House Rocks".
Previous weeks have seen the takings in the lotto drop significantly, a lot of you know this is our main source of income
Doohamlet Seniors gained a valuable two league points on Wednesday evening last with a home win against Monaghan Harps.
Following on From the Success of Last year's GAA Talks at the West Belfast Festival, this year a star studded line up has been confirmed for this year's event taking place in St Galls GAC, Monday 8th August 2016 at 7.45.
Junior League: Blackhill were defeated by Drumhowan last Sunday on a scoreline of Drumhowan 1-13 Blackhill 2-09.
Senior League: The senior team lost out to Monaghan Harps last Sunday at lunch time
Lotto: Mon July 25th no winners, numbers drawn were 1-17-20-25
Mixed fortunes in the Senior league last week with a 0-15 to 0-11 defeat in Magheracloone on Wednesday night followed by a much more focused performance
Dr Ward Cup: Our seniors reversed our championship defeat two weeks previous to Aghabog by defeating the locals 2.12 to 013 last Sunday
Monaghan Electrical Intermediate League: They say goals wins matches & this was surely the case on Sunday last when Emyvale scored a late goal to rob Currin of victory.
I am delighted to announce that the Wall of Fame fund raising campaign is now officially up and running.
Cill Laobhain 0.07 V 0.17 Tuaim. Away game against Toome on Sunday 24th July at 2pm
Fixtures: Minor Football League: Inis Caoin Grattans v Donaghmoyne in Páirc Grattan on Tuesday 26th July at 7.30pm.
Lotto: for July 18th no winner numbers drawn were 3-16-21-22 winners of the €20 lucky dip were Kathleen Lambe Anadrumond, Pauric Lambe Anadrummond John Nealon Silverbridge
Do you know your stuff from what happened in the GAA world over the past weekend?
The GAA and Gaelic Players Association have announced details of a new deal worth €6.2m per year that includes a number of significant increases in benefits for inter-county players.
Check out a round-up of the GAA topics that were trending on Twitter over the weekend...
"There is more important things in life than sport."
What a terrific game of football that all present were treated in the last of the 'round robin' games in the Gerry Reilly U-16 FT played on Sunday evening in Oldcastle.
There are two games this weekend that will decide the final pairings for all 3 finals to be held next weekend (29th-31st July).