Rhode GAA Dinner Dance took place on Saturday night in the Tullamore Court Hote
The numbers drawn in the Lotto draw which took place on Monday 20 February were 04 11 13 18.
Emotions ran high on social media over the weekend following events at the GAA's Annual Congress...
"They are perfectly entitled to do that but we're not going to run the GAA by Twitter."
Division 1 Hurling League
Gaels of Edenderry were saddened to learn of the passing of Liam Moran, an Edenderry & Offaly legend.
The numbers drawn on Monday February 20th last were 2, 9, 11 & 20.
The battle for the precious top-four places in Division 1 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League intensified on Sunday as Dublin and Galway drew level with Cork on nine points at the head of affairs.
Louth remain on course for successive promotions after a magnificent 2-13 to 0-14 victory over Offaly in Tullamore.
GAA fans attending games today are advised to travel with caution as 'Storm Ewan' hits the country.
Round Three of the National Football league continued this afternoon.
There could be repercussions after Congress delegates chose to ignore the wishes of the GPA, Chief Executive Officer Dermot Earley has warned.
A bad day for the CPA (Club Players' Association) has been compounded by the withdrawal of a motion which sought to have the newly-formed body formally recognised by the GAA.
Many GAA players have reacted angrily on social media to GAA Congress' decision to replace the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals with a 'Super 8' round-robin format.
A rule to stop players, team management or match officials from betting on games in which they are involved has been voted in by a large majority at GAA Congress.
Both the All-Ireland football and hurling finals will be played in August for three years from 2018 to 2020.
A round-robin system at the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final stage will be introduced next year after the so-called 'Super 8' motion was passed by a margin of 76%-24% at GAA Congress this morning.
Champion jockey Pat Smullen will be feted by his local GAA club tonight.
Offaly have become the latest county to appoint a Head of Operations.
Dublin's John Horan has been voted in as President-Elect of the GAA tonight at the Annual Congress in Croke Park.
From North to South and East to West, GAA Club Players from every province in Ireland have let their voices be heard in a plea to 'Fix the Fixtures.'
A win over Louth on Sunday would put Offaly right back in the hunt for league promotion, according to Faithful County manager Pat Flanagan.