Overseas GAA

Goulding calls timeCork's All-Ireland winning forward Daniel Goudling has played his last game for the Rebels.
HS football team of the weekThe champagne corks were popping as Ramor United, St Brigid's, St Kiernan's, Corofin and Kilmurry-Ibrickane celebrated football success...
HS hurling team of the weekHere are the players who stood out for us from an eventful weekend of club hurling action...
'It has to be gotten rid of'Kieran Donaghy has added his voice to calls for the black card rule to be scraped.
Just the 2-11 for Cora in Connacht finalCora Staunton was at it again yesterday.
No excuses from LoughgielManager Johnny Campbell was offering no excuses after Loughgiel's Ulster club SHC final defeat to Slaughtneil.
New Antrim Centre of Excellence vandalisedThe new Antrim GAA Centre of Excellence in Dunsilly has already fallen foul of vandals.
Proposed new Casement Park stadium unveiled by Ulster GAAUlster GAA today unveiled its proposed designs for an exciting new provincial stadium at Casement Park to members of the public at West Belfast's Conway Mill and outlined its process to seek the views of all interested parties.
Kilmore hit out at 'utterly unacceptable' scheduleKilmore GAA club in Roscommon has formed the first local branch of the new Club Players' Association (CPA) after they were forced to play two big championship games in the space of 20 hours at the weekend.
Lynskey: rules aren't fairJeff Lynskey has criticised the Hurling/Shinty playing rules, arguing that they're stacked heavily in Scotland's favour.
Character pleases FordeFrancis Forde says St. Rynagh's answered their critics when claiming their first Offaly SHC title in 23 years yesterday.
Handball: McCarthy is US Open championWestmeath's Robbie McCarthy added another major handball title to his collection when he triumphed in the US Open in last evening.
Wicklow SHC final: Bray best in replayBray Emmets comfortably disposed of Carnew Emmets in yesterday's Wicklow SHC final replay at Aughrim.
Duignan basks in 'special' winMichael Duignan was a proud man after guiding Ballinamere-Durrow to their first ever Offaly MHC title yesterday.
Mayo SHC final: Higgins thwarts TooreenDual star Keith Higgins rescued a share of the Mayo SHC final spoils for Ballyhaunis when sending over the last five points of the game to deny Tooreen.
Leitrim SHC final: O'Hagan points the way for CluaininGavin O'Hagan's accuracy from placed balls was central to Cluainin Iomaint's Leitrim SHC final success over Carrick at Pairc Sean MacDiarmada yesterday.
Death of Roscommon GAA president Frank DennehyRoscommon GAA is mourning the passing of its president Frank Dennehy.
GAA tweets of the weekFormer Galway All-Ireland winner Kieran Fitzgerald picked up his 11th SFC medal yesterday...
Kirby glad Foley stuck at itGary Kirby singled veteran Barry Foley out for praise after he helped Patrickswell land their first Limerick SHC title in 13 years yesterday.
London SFC final: Kiernan's make breakthroughSt. Kiernan's were crowned London senior football champions for the first time in their history when avenging last year's defeat to Tir Chonaill Gaels in Greenford yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Our character has been questioned over the last couple of years and the way the game went today, it was tested more than ever."
Slaughtneil wanted to do it for ThomasSlaughtneil were determined to win their first Ulster club SHC title for the late Thomas Cassidy, manager Michael McShane has admitted.
Mortimer returns homeFormer Mayo star Conor Mortimer is transferring back to his home club Shrule/Glencorrib and is eligible to line out in their Mayo IFC semi-final replay against Westport this week.
Dolan delighted as Brigid's regain Roscommon crownSt Brigid's player/manager Frankie Dolan admitted that they made life difficult for themselves in today's Roscommon SFC final.
Tipperary SFC: Munster champions bow outClonmel Commercials reign as Munster senior football champions came to an end today as they were knocked out of the Tipperary SFC at the semi-final stage by Loughmore-Castleiney.