Tipperary Camogie NotesTipperary travelled to Meelick Co.Clare for the 2nd round of the championship in good spirits after their win in Wexford
Odds: Kerry and Westmeath the big moversFollowing their two point victory over reigning champions Dublin, Kerry are now 11/4 from 11/2 to win Division 1 of the Allianz National Football League.
GAA tweets: Liam Rushe and Robbie Henshaw separated at birth?Dublin hurler Simon Lambert highlights the striking similarities between his team-mate Liam Rushe and Ireland try hero Robbie Henshaw ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"We were a bit disappointed with our own discipline."
Death of legendary Tipp goalkeeper Tony ReddinThe death has occurred of legendary Tipperary hurling goalkeeper Tony Reddin.
Leinster MFL: Meath maintain 100% recordMeath maintained their 100% record in Group D of the Leinster Minor Football League and therefore qualified for the semi-final after a 7 point winning margin against Tipperary in a cold and windy Pairc Tailteann.
FL3 round-up: Orchard and Ernemen push onArmagh and Fermanagh continue to set the pace at the top of Division Three after both Ulster teams recorded their third successive victories this afternoon.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerWe've arrived in the month of March and the National football league continued this afternoon.
Allianz Football League back with a bangAfter a three-week break, the Allianz Football League resumes in earnest today when a dozen games will be played across the country.
Leinster MFL semi-finalists knownThe line-up for the Leinster minor football league semi-finals is complete after yesterday's final round of group games.
Congress: standing ovation for Liam O'NeillLiam O'Neill received a standing ovation from delegates following his final address to Congress as GAA President today.
Congress: one v one penalties get the green lightDelegates at GAA Congress, which is taking place today in the Slieve Russell Hotel, Cavan, have vetoed the introduction of a black card in hurling but have unanimously voted for one-v-one penalties.
Ladies previews: round four league games could be crucialIt's a big weekend for ladies football as round 4 of the TESCO NFL takes place.
Team news: Tipp make two changesThere are two changes on the Tipperary senior football team which will take on Fermanagh in Division 3 in Brewster Park on Sunday.
Journey not over yet - CahillThurles CBS selector Niall Cahill says there's more to come from the newly-crowned Harty Cup champions.
Fixtures for Tipperary Ladies FootballThe following are the fixtures for Tipperary Ladies Football this weekend
Cork say yes to one v one penalty but no to extra-timeCork delegates will vote in favour of the one-v-one hurling penalty proposal at this weekend's Congress.
Tipperary Ladies Gaelic football notesSt. Brigid's GAA Club, Kiltoom was the venue for Tipperary Ladies Football team's second game in the Tesco Homegrown National Football League against hosts Roscommon.
"Referees are not above learning the game"Tipperary football selector Tommy Twomey believes managers should not be barred from discussing referees' performances.
Give Dublin credit - GleesonTipperary goalkeeper Darren Gleeson says Dublin should be credited for their first-round NHL win over the Premier County.
HS hurling team of the weekSix counties are represented on our hurling team of the week ...
Tipp's Maher dislocates shoulderDenis Maher could miss the remainder of Tipperary's Allianz Hurling League campaign after dislocating his shoulder in yesterday's win over Galway.
Tipperary Camogie NotesA disappointing start to the league by Tipperary in very poor conditions Tipperary found scores hard to come by with Alice Fogarty and Mairead Teehan scoring 1 point each from play and captain Cait Devane scoring six frees
GAA tweets: Wedding bells for Down starCongratulations to Conor Laverty who tied the knot on Saturday ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Any time you come to Nowlan Park and get a victory is pleasing."
HL1A: Tipp topple Tribe in ThurlesTipperary held on for a 2-18 to 0-20 victory over Galway in an entertaining clash witnessed by 4,176 paying spectators at Semple Stadium.
"It could have gone either way"Eamon O'Shea cut a contented figure after Tipperary secured their first victory in this year's Allianz Hurling League at Galway's expense.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerRound Two of the National Hurling league continued this afternoon.
Bumper Sunday of Allianz Hurling League actionA dozen games are down for decision in round two of the Allianz Hurling League this afternoon.
Harty Cup final: Thurles topple RochestownFirst half goals from Kevin Duggan and Billy McCarthy proved decisive as Thurles CBS claimed their eighth Dr Harty Cup at Rochestown's expense in Mallow.
Trench Cup: Compton leads Garda College to gloryRoscommon's Colin Compton scored 0-8 as Garda College overcame St. Pat's to lift the Trench Cup at the Mardyke today.
Team news: Breen handed Tipp debutMichael Breen will make his full Allianz Hurling League debut for Tipperary.
Creedon banned over Coldrick criticismPeter Creedon has been hit with a one-match sideline ban for his criticism of referee David Coldrick.
Devane hopeful of Harty gloryJohn Devane is hopeful that Thurles CBS can claim their eighth Dr Harty Cup success this weekend.
Team news: One change for TribesmenGalway manager Anthony Cunningham has left a vacany at left corner-back on his team to take on Tipperary in the HL Division 1A on Sunday.

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