As part of the on-field entertainment on All-Ireland final Sunday, this year the GAA will salute the star hurlers of the 1990s in recognition of a decade of hurling which did so much to elevate the game to new heights and popularity.
An open invite is extended to all associated with Rhode Gaa to join the 98 team, management and then club officers to commemorate the ending of a 23 year championship drought on Saturday 25th August The Village Inn Killeen's.
Dublin will defend their Sam Maguire crown against Tyrone on September 2 after their respective All-Ireland SFC semi-final victories over Galway and Monaghan. Here's a round-up of some of tweets from the past week...
Clodiagh Gaels 7-14 Ballinagar 1-9. Well done to the lads on a super win and putting up a big score. Unfortunately, it's not enough to progress us to the semi final but we do have a quarter final to play.
This weekend marks the centenary of Gaelic Sunday with commemorative events planned by GAA clubs across Ireland and abroad. The anniversary will also be marked by a special colour parade at Croke Park.
On Saturday evening last Rhode Senior footballers won their fourth league title in a row when they defeated Cappincur in the Division 1 League Final on a score-line of 4-14 to 0-15 points in Clonbullogue .