Jordan "torn" over Rules futurePhilip Jordan has mixed views over whether the International Rules series should continue.
Meyler and Omagh oozing confidenceConor Meyler admits confidence is high in the Omagh St. Enda's camp ahead of Sunday's Ulster club SFC final against Slaughtneil.
Conway seeks 2007 repeatRock manager Niall Conway is aiming to win his second Ulster club JFC title with the Tyrone outfit this weekend.
Gavin and Horan lead All Star party StatesideJim Gavin and James Horan will manage the 2013 and 2014 All Star football teams that tour Boston this weekend.
"Mickey knows what he's doing"Speaking ahead of this Sunday's Ulster Club SFC final against Omagh St Enda's, Slaughtneil assistant manager John Joe Kearney has hailed the influence of manager Mickey Moran.
Ulster club fixturesAll the upcoming games in the Ulster club championships.
Omagh captain impressed by SlaughtneilOmagh captain Hugh Gallagher admits Slaughtneil caught his eye when he attended one of their Derry SFC matches this season.
Omagh doing nothing different - McMahonJoe McMahon says Omagh St Enda's haven't been doing anything differently this year compared to previous seasons.
Cavanagh wishes it was half-timeSean Cavanagh was ruing the fact that this year's International Rules series was reduced to a single test after Ireland's stirring comeback fell short on Saturday.
Corofin the new favouritesSunday saw Corofin get the better of Ballintubber in the Connacht SFC Club final and, as a result, the Galway side are now the new favourites to win the All-Ireland Club SFC on March 17th.
Championship tweets: Vins make life hard for themselvesClub finals and the International Rules were the main topics of discussion on twitter over the weekend.
McMahon fit for Ulster finalJoe McMahon has declared himself fit for Omagh St. Enda's Ulster club SFC final against Slaughtneil next Sunday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I said to them when I went in there first that I wanted to win a Munster club with this team."
International Rules series to take place in 2015The future of the International Rules series is secure after yesterday's successful Test match in Perth.
IRS: Ireland left to rue slow startIreland will return home from Australia this week empty handed after falling to a 10-point defeat to the hosts in Patersons Stadium, Perth this morning.
Earley upbeat despite defeatIreland manager Paul Earley took his hat off to Australia, saying his side struggled to cope with the accuracy and movement of their professional opponents in today's IRS test.
Twitter: McKeever's omission a big talking pointBenny Coulter and Steven McDonnell questioned Paul Earley's decision to leave Armagh's Ciaran McKeever out of his squad for the IRS.
"Australia deserved their win"Ireland captain Michael Murphy admitted they left themselves with too big a mountain to climb against Australia at the midway point of this morning's International Rules test in Perth.
Team news: Morgan and O'Neill left outNiall Morgan (Tyrone) and Padaig O'Neill (Kildare) have failed to make manager Paul Earley's 23 for today's International Rules test against Australia.
Good luck Ireland!This year's International Rules test against Australia is due to get underway in just under an hour in front of a full house in Perth (9.45am) and the Irish team has been sent lots of good luck messages via Twitter.
Video: Stevie O'Neill honours Paul McGirrRecently retired Tyrone star Stevie O'Neill will present a trophy named in memory of his former Tyrone Minor team-mate Paul McGirr at Dromore on Sunday when Burren take on St Brigid's from Belfast in the Ulster Under-16 Club Champions Final.
Morgan: the goalie is no longer the fat kidNiall Morgan has been speaking about how the role of the goalkeeper in Gaelic football is more important than it has ever been.
Jordan questions desire of Tyrone's younger playersPhilip Jordan says Tyrone desperately need to find new leaders in the wake of the retirements of Stephen O'Neill and Martin Penrose.
One game at a time for Omagh captainCaptain Hugh Gallagher admits Omagh St. Enda's have surpassed all expectations by reaching the Ulster club SFC final.
Ulster GAA President's Awards winnersThe annual Ulster GAA President's Awards took place in the Hilton Hotel, Templepatrick recently.
Omagh's Tierney relishing dream runBarry Tierney has enjoyed every minute of Omagh's run to the Ulster club football final.
Tyrone finals of Scór na nÓgAll roads will lead to Galbally on Sunday 23rd November for the Tyrone final of Scór na nÓg. Seventeen clubs will compete to claim eight county titles on offer.
Club finals confirmed for Cork and ArmaghThe Munster and Ulster club SFC finals will take place at Pairc Ui Rinn and the Athletic Grounds respectively on Sunday week, November 30.
Late fadeout concerns Omagh bossManager Laurence Strain admitted that Omagh St. Enda's lost their way after Joe McMahon was forced to retire injured in the 43rd minute of the Ulster club SFC semi-final win over St. Eunan's.
"O'Neill could win a game on his own"Sean Cavanagh has hailed Stephen O'Neill as the greatest scoring forward he has ever played with - and that includes Peter Canavan!
Championship tweets: From one legend to anotherKing Henry took to Twitter to pay tribute to birthday boy TJ Reid following Ballyhale's Kilkenny SHC victory over Clara.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"We're in dreamland now, up against the best in Kerry!"
Ulster club SFC: Tierney goal the difference for OmaghBarry Tierney's first half goal proved all-important as Omagh St. Enda's withstood a second half comeback from St. Eunan's at Celtic Park to qualify for the Ulster club football final against Slaughtneil.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerTwo of the last four county finals of the year were down for decision this afternoon along with a number of provincial semi-finals.
Munster and Ulster club football final places up for grabsThe Munster and Ulster club SFC semi-finals take centre stage this afternoon.