Previews for this weekend's National Football League Round Two fixtures (Divisions 1-4).
Previews for Round Two of the Lidl Ladies National Football League this Sunday.
An in-form Clare side will pose a major threat to Tipperary in Sunday's Division 3 clash according to Tipp manager Liam Kearns.
Uachtarán CLG Aogán Ó Fearghail today announced the return of Lá na gClubanna to the GAA Calendar in 2016.
Garda College manager Andrew Lacey has branded the University of Ulster Jordanstown as "strong favourites" for the Sigerson Cup.
Tipperary football star Michael Quinlivan says it would be hard for players to motivate themselves to play in an All-Ireland 'B' championship.
Tipperary boss Michael Ryan says his side will be ready for their National League opener with Dublin on Saturday week despite taking the decision to forgo any pre-season competitions last month.
GAA and Camogie Club championships sponsor AIB has today honoured eleven club players from camogie, football and hurling at the 20th AIB GAA Provincial Club Player Awards.
All-Ireland Garda Gaelic Football Representative Brian J. Willoughby is presently compiling a book about Garda members, both male and female, who have represented their counties at senior level.
Donegal goalkeeper Paul Durcan is to fly home from Qatar to line out for Ballyboden St Enda's in their All-Ireland Club SFC semi-final clash with Clonmel Commercials.
We caught up with Tipperary and AFL star Colin O'Riordan to put him to the 20 Questions test.
After round one of the Allianz Football Leagues, we pick our team of the week and 13 counties are represented...
Following their 2-14 to 0-14 victory over Kerry in Croke Park on Saturday evening, Dublin are now Evens from 11/10 to retain the Division 1 National Football League title.
Thankfully, both Lee Keegan and Eoin Cadogan are on the mend following their collision in Pairc Ui Rinn yesterday...
"You go into any game looking to put in a performance, to put your best foot forward. Clearly, we were second best today."
Fourteen Round One national football league matches went down for decision this afternoon.
Oulart-The Ballagh's dreams of a unique AIB All-Ireland club double were dashed at Carriganore in Waterford, after Milford narrowly beat them by 1-9 to 1-8 in their senior camogie semi-final.
Offaly and Clare secured opening round wins in Division 3, while it was honours even between Limerick and Tipperary.
LIFE without Eamonn Ryan began with defeat for Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 holders Cork on Sunday.
Ardscoil Rís of Limerick and Our Ladys Templemore will contest this year's Dr Harty Cup final following today's semi-finals.
This weekend sees us get down to the nitty gritty of the GAA season, managers can no longer claim to be playing "experimental line-ups" and players can no longer claim to be getting back to fitness.
There was 'huge family pride' for the famed O'Sullivan family of Cloyne last night as Jerry O'Sullivan officially commenced his three year term as chairman of the Munster Council in the Rochestown Park Hotel.