Raheen and Na Fianna club notesThe numbers drawn in the Lotto draw which took place on Monday 29 June 2015 were 03 04 06 08.
Rhode GAA NotesRhode Minor footballers were beaten by Ferbane/Belmont in the semi-final of the Division 1 League on Monday evening last in Geashill.
Leinster welcomes the stars of the future to Croke ParkThe thrill of running out in front of a crowd at Croke Park is every GAA player's dream from childhood.
Whelahan wants to stayBrian Whelahan has expressed his desire to continue as Offaly hurling manager.
Tullamore GAA NotesTullamore U14 First Team Hurlers had a great win over Birr in Round 4 played in St.Brendan's Park on Monday last June 29th.
Irish sporting greats to turn out for 'Hurling for Cancer Research'A who's who of Irish sports people will take to the St Conleth's Park pitch in Newbridge on Tuesday, August 11th for a celebrity hurling match in aid of the Irish Cancer Society.
Championship tweets: Dara Ó Briain bumps into Liam in KilkennyComedian Dara Ó Briain got to meet Kilkenny's most famous resident in person ...
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"From where I was looking, it was no penalty. If anything it was a free out."
What they said ... the hurling weekend in quotes"I'm very happy we won it. We had a great challenge - both teams had - and our attitude was very good at all times."
Daingean GAA club notesNumbers drawn on 30/06/15 were 4,7,15 & 16. No jackpot winner. Four match 3s.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe first of this year's provincial finals were down for decision this afternoon.
SH Qualifier: Banner send Faithfuls packingIt wasn't quite as dramatic tonight as when these counties met in the mid-late '90s, with Clare defeating Offaly by twenty points (3-26 to 0-15) in Ennis.
SF Qualifier: O'Flaherty sees Kildare past FaithfulEoghan O'Flaherty scored 1-7 as Kildare put last Sunday's crushing defeat by Dublin behind them to edge out Offaly in the first of the weekend's All-Ireland Round 2A football qualifiers in Tullamore.
Ryan relieved; Flanagan 'bitterly disappointed'Kildare manager Jason Ryan and his Offaly counterpart Pat Flanagan were experiencing very different emotions after today's All-Ireland Round 2A football qualifier in Tullamore.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerHappy July 4th to all our American cousins as we brought you the latest edition of our live text commentary.
Preview: SHC qualifier - Clare v OffalyOffaly hurling is at a low ebb following their shock Leinster SHC defeat to Laois and they won't be expecting any sympathy from Clare in this evening's first round qualifier encounter.
Preview: SFC qualifier - Offaly v KildareSix days after suffering a 19-point trouncing at the hands of a rampant Dublin outfit, Kildare must dust themselves down for today's qualifier clash away to neighbours Offaly.
Team news: Clare team announcedDavy Fitzgerald has named his side to take on Offaly in tomorrow's All-Ireland SHC Qualifier Round 1.
Football and hurling qualifier draws on Monday morningThe Round 3A Football and Round 2 Hurling draws will take place next Monday morning, July 6 on RTE Radio 1 shortly after 8.30.
JJ and the Rock: predictions for the weekend's big hurling gamesWhile the Leinster final is the big hurling fixture this weekend, there are also four do-or-die All-Ireland first round qualifiers down for decision.
Team news: Offaly hurling and football teams revealedBoth Offaly hurling and football teams for this weekend's matches have been revealed.
Offaly sweating on McNameeOffaly will wait until the eleventh hour before making a call on whether or not Niall McNamee is fit to face Kildare.
Lilywhites not in new territory - RyanJason Ryan points out that going into the Qualifiers on the back of a humbling defeat is nothing new for Kildare.
HS football team of the weekAfter an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, Dublin have five players on our team of the week while Donegal and Westmeath have three each.
Raheen and Na Fianna club notesThe numbers drawn in the Lotto draw which took place on Monday 22 June 2015 were 06 16 21 22.
St Brigids GAA NotesLotto result for week ending 22th June, No's drawn, 4-13-20-25, Jackpot €3,200
Rhode GAA NotesThe Rhode Warriors started their first ever training session last Saturday morning in Rhode GAA field great fun
Championship tweets: Come back of all come backs!!!!Westmeath are in dreamland following yesterday's historic championship victory over neighbours Meath ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's a miracle for the lads there."
Tullamore club notesA meeting of all persons interested in Under Age Hurling U6 to U18 at the Club for Wednesday July 1st in the Committee Room at 8:30pm
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe Leinster SFC semi-finals were the main attraction in today's games.
Camogie: Cats continue winning ways and champs bounce backKilkenny made it two from two in Group 2 of the Liberty Insurance senior camogie championship, showing no sympathy to a severely understrength Clare to record a 2-22 to 0-6 victory over Clare at the St Lachtain's pitch in Freshford.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerToday we had the latest edition of our live text commentary.
Leinster U21HC: Foley fires Model past FaithfulsKevin Foley was a class apart at Tullamore tonight as holders Wexford defeated Offaly by 2-16 to 1-12 to book a place in the provincial decider.
Team news: Model U21 XV tweakedThe Wexford side to meet Offaly in tomorrow's Leinster U21 HC semi-final has been revealed.
Team news: one change for FaithfulsOffaly have made one change for their Leinster U21 HC semi-final against Wexford tomorrow night.
HS football team of the weekNone of the so call bigger guns were in action but what a dramatic weekend it turned out to be with surprising but fully deserved victories for Antrim and Sligo.
Qualifier fixture details for 4/5 July confirmedSaturday 4 and Sunday 5 July will be a busy weekend of GAA action with eight football and hurling qualifier fixtures confirmed for those dates by Croke Park this afternoon.
Raheen and Na Fianna club notesThe league campaign for Raheen Junior Footballers came to an end last Tueday week when they were beaten by Clonbullogue
Victory brings relief for FlanaganPat Flanagan expressed relief after Offaly secured their first championship victory in four years at Waterford's expense.
HS hurling team of the weekWe saw probably the two best teams in the country in action on Sunday while Galway's continued improvement and demolition of Laois marks the Tribesmen down as serious challengers.
Rhode GAA NotesDivision 1 League Semi-Final Rhode v Edenderry in Rhode on Tuesday the 23th at 7.30pm
St Brigids GAA NotesHearty Congratulations to Cian Donahoe and all his Offaly team mates on winning their championship game against Waterford
Daingean GAA club notesNumbers drawn this week 15/06/15 were 10,12,13 & 28. No jackpot winner. 1 match 3. Brendan O'Rourke c/o Seerys. Jackpot next week €11,200.
Championship tweets: 'Sea sessions taking my mind off that dirt in O'Moore Park'It was a hectic couple of days of GAA action and it caused plenty of debate on twitter...
Round 2A Football and Round 1 Hurling Qualifier drawsThe Round 2A Football and Round 1 Hurling Qualifier draws were made this morning on RTE Radio 1.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt's the third Sunday in June and the action was coming thick and fast at this stage.
McNamee injury blow for FaithfulNiall McNamee is expected to miss Offaly's Round 2A All-Ireland qualifier on Saturday week, July 4.
Ref Kirwan hits the deckReferee Diarmuid Kirwan got a little bit too close to the action when throwing in the ball to start the second half of today's Leinster SHC semi-final.
SF qualifier: Faithful turn on the style in second-halfDespite taking to the Dungarvan field without their talisman Niall McNamee, Offaly bounced back from the disappointment of their Leinster SFC defeat to Longford with a 13 point victory over Waterford.

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HoganStand Poll

With Kilkenny claiming their 70th Leinster SHC title, is the provincial system any benefit to the other counties in Leinster?

No, the Cats' dominance stifles other counties
Yes, it give others a level to aspire to
Dublin and Galway have won titles recently, so yes