Having enjoyed last week's return to National League action and especially Antrim's profitable win over Carlow, the only negative from a betting point of view was Downs's heavy defeat to Donegal.
Uachtarán CLG Aogán Ó Fearghail today announced the return of Lá na gClubanna to the GAA Calendar in 2016.
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.
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."
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.
The 2016 Sigerson Cup competition is due to get underway tomorrow (Tuesday) and, with the entry of more teams, the preliminary round sees six teams compete for a place in round 1.
The footballers of Meath, Tyrone and Galway and the Clare hurlers got their hands on silverware over the weekend ... and, thankfully, Brendan Rogers' hair is fine...
"All over Ireland people would come to see Tyrone and Derry play and it's life and death."
This weekend sees the conclusion of the provincial warm-up competitions and yet again they have provided the punters with lots to ponder.
The GPA and GAA are on a collision course over the proposed introduction of a 'B' competition for Division 4 counties.
The GPA is adamant that a second-tier championship is doomed to failure.
Mickey Harte has spoken out strongly against proposals for a 'B' championship.
As the start of the Allianz football leagues looms close over the horizon, here's the players that stood out for us in this weekend's subsidiary competition action...
Seven counties are represented on our hurling team of the week...
Longford upset the odds and a Limerick hurling great brings the curtain down on his inter-county career...
"Anytime you beat Kilkenny is a good day. Because no matter what 15 guys they have, they give everything."
"He would have been in trouble if he didn't score it. He took it well. We just can't afford to get carried away."
Items on the agenda at today's Central Council meeting in Croke Park included the All-Ireland SFC structure, player burnout, the U-21 FC, replays, the All-Ireland JFC and the affiliation of the Irish Guards GAA club to London GAA.
The introduction of a second tier football competition for Division 4 teams will be up for debate at next month's GAA Congress.