Test your knowledge of the weekend GAA.
The Ladies football finals took centre stage over the weekend and Cork's win over Dublin was shrouded in controversy...
"Obviously, ladies football have to answer the question - to Dublin and our players and their families who have sacrificed as much as the girls have - why do we not have Hawk-Eye?"
Here's our team of the week from a drama-packed All-Ireland final...
There was no shortage of talking points from an All-Ireland SFC final that was low in quality but high in entertainment...
"There is plenty of character in the group and I expect the boys to get their heads down."
57-year-old Kevin Barry from Ulster Club San Francisco scored 1-1 as an impact substitute at the North American Finals in Seattle and claimed afterwards that "age doesn't matter".
As GAA chiefs put the finishing touches on a fresh TV rights deal with interested parties, Association President Aogán Ó Fearghaíl has insisted that "there is no automatic right for everybody to see every game."
Former Armagh All Star Jamie Clarke has joined up with American soccer outfit New York Shamrocks.
We have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland football finals on Sunday 18 September.
It was all about Tipperary when we sat down to select our All-Ireland final team of the week...
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It's celebration time for Tipperary's players and supporters...
"We were playing the most successful team that has ever played the game and the most successful manager who has managed in any sport, as far as I'm concerned, be it hurling or football."
Welcome to what was the biggest day of the year on the hurling calendar.
Congrats to the New York Native born Hurling team who represented New York GAA at the recent world games at UCD in Dublin
The annual Mary Cosgrove Hurling and Camogie Tournament will take place on Sunday October 2nd in Rockland. The competition is aimed at Junior A + B Hurling Teams and a Camogie Section.
The biggest Gaelic Games event in North America takes place this weekend in Seattle, from Friday through to Sunday evening with 2000 footballers and hurlers from Canada and the USA.
Electric Ireland are continuing to champion the minor hurlers and footballers by proving that there's 'nothing minor about playing Minor' and have teamed up with Niall Breslin (Bressie) to look back on the 'major moments' that shape a teenager's life.
RTÉ's Irish-language commentary service for the All-Ireland hurling and football finals is available on more platforms than ever before, with eir joining Saorview and Sky in providing the option just in time for the hurling final.
Test your knowledge from a thrilling weekend of GAA action. #TheToughest
It was a proud day to be a Dub in Croke Park yesterday...