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GAA Headquarters has been chosen as the setting next month for outdoor celebration of Eid Al Adha.
Killeigh Gaa walking track will be open daily at the following times 10am - 12 noon and 7pm-9pm in line with current guidelines.
The 13 July 1980 was a landmark day for Offaly as they claimed a first ever Leinster SHC title.
This weeks numbers 3,7,8,23. Jackpot for next week €8,600.
The winning numbers drawn on Monday July 6th were: 1,15,26 & 31.
Argideen Rangers, Ballinascarthy and St Oliver Plunketts will be able to resume activities this week after a Covid-19 scare.
Derry GAA club Eoghan Rua have been left devastated after the sudden death of dual player Micheal McQuillan.
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has forced another GAA club to shut down after Man O'War GFC in Dublin announced their decision to temporarily suspended all activities as a precautionary measure.
Tipperary GAA have announced details of their new ticketing system for the upcoming county hurling and football championships.
GAA clubs have been busy organising challenge matches in preparation for the imminent return to competitive fixtures later this week.
Cavan All-Ireland winner Johnny Cusack has sadly passed away.
Meath supporter Derek Lynch is taking on a challenge of visiting every GAA ground in the county in 24 hours to raise vital funds for A Better Life For Livie, a fundraising drive for baby girl Livie (Olivia) Mulhern, who has been diagnosed with SMA.
So sad to report the death of Jack Charlton. A different sport but the Big Geordie was everybody's hero on this island.
Wexford GAA are looking to increase the number of people permitted to attend games in the county.
The meeting of Cork city rivals Glen Rovers and St Finbarr's next month will open RTÉ's live schedule of GAA club championship matches.
The GAA have offered guidance for the return of spectators to games next week in line with Government advice on Covid-19.
Almost 12,000 GAA fans have racked up an incredible total of 2.2 billion steps during the month of June as part of the Irish Life GAA Healthy Clubs Steps Challenge.
St Oliver Plunketts has become the third Cork club to suspend activity because of a club member has been in contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19.
Live GAA makes a very welcome return to our screens next weekend for the first time since March, as TG4 have launched their club coverage for 2020.
The GAA's Management Committee has issued a set of new Match Day Regulations to counties which must be implemented when competitive games return from July 17.
Competitive sport in Northern Ireland was given the go ahead from Saturday July 11 by the NI Executive yesterday.
Ballinascarthy and Argideeen Rangers in Cork have suspended all activities at adult and juvenile levels due to safety concerns over Covid-19.
The world's largest sports dome is due to be completed at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence in September.
Competitive sport will be allowed in the six counties from Saturday, 11 July, the NI Executive has confirmed.
Cork youngster Liam O'Donovan is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament during a recent club challenge match.
The National Scór Committee has revealed their plans for the return of competitions, with the 2020 All-Ireland Scór Sinsir final set to take place in late November.
Former Westmeath dual star Paul Greville has been granted a transfer from his native football club Killucan to Derrytresk in Tyrone.
Former and current footballers from the four provinces will be taking each other on in a quiz on Wednesday July 15th for Newstalk's Off the Ball.
Colin Corkery told a great story about the lengths he went to avoid the hard pre-season training during his time playing Australian Rules Football.
The news that Wexford full back Liam Ryan suffered a severe injury took a twist when his club manager suggested it happened at county training.
Westmeath is the latest county to confirm that their club championship games will be all ticket.
Wexford full back Liam Ryan is set to miss the upcoming club championship campaign through injury.
GAA clubs have adopted the idea of a squad numbering system in their return to action as part of Covid-19 hygiene measures.
Dublin star Dean Rock is the face of a HSE campaign encouraging people to download the Covid Tracker app.
The world's largest sports dome is being constructed at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence and you can get an online tour of it as it nears completion.
From three months where we all stayed home to now being back with fixtures every evening, it's been some change.
Every successful team needs a reliable free taker and Dublin have one of the best in the business in Dean Rock.