Retirements, stags and weddings, not to mention Cuala's historic Leinster Club success, feature in our tweets of the week...
"We're going to enjoy this for the next couple of days and then we'll sit down and really look at Slaughtneil. They have done incredible things up in Ulster so they're going to be a huge test for us."
The new GAA/GPA Recognition Protocol was endorsed by player delegates at yesterday's GPA AGM held in Dublin's Cathal Brugha Barracks, the last formal event for outgoing chief executive Dessie Farrell.
Here's Conor Sketches' take on last night's Late Late Toy Show.
The GAA's Referee Development Committee launched a number of initiatives which are designed to assist and educate GAA Referees in their application of the rules of the games at Croke Park today.
In a major change to the playing rules of gaelic football, 'The Mark' is set to come into effect on January 1st next.
The Irish flag and national anthem are synonymous with the GAA but this could be set to change.
With three provincial finals and two Leinster semi-finals down for decision, we were spoilt for choice when it came to selecting our HS football team of the week...
Revealed: the secrets behind Slaughtneil's Ulster treble achievement...
"I'm delighted to welcome Maurice into the Kerry senior football set-up. His football knowledge, work ethic and personality will be a huge asset to us."
The official launch of the Club Players' Association (CPA) will take place on January 9.
The GAA/GPA All-Stars, in association with Opel, will travel today to Abu Dhabi and Dubai when they go on a football tour.
Ballyea captured an historic first ever Munster Club SHC title while O'Loughlin Gaels and Cuala booked their places in the Leinster decider. Here's our club hurling team of the week...
The GAA's Central Council has agreed that 'the Mark' will come into effect in gaelic football on January 1st while there will be no semi-finals in next year's Allianz FL Division 1 competition.
Today marks the 96th anniversary of the events of Bloody Sunday at Croke Park on November 21, 1920 when 14 people were killed and hundreds more wounded when British Forces opened fire on the crowd attending a Dublin-Tipperary football challenge match.
It has been agreed that Australia will host Ireland in a two-test International Rules Series to be played in Australia in November next year.
The black and amber jersey looks good on Tony Kelly according to Richie Hogan...
"When the bus gets back to Ballyea tonight it'll be officially Christmas there so we'll take it and we'll run with it."
This weekend was the turn of the small ball code to take centre stage.
The GAA has lined up Littlewoods Ireland as a new sponsor of the All-Ireland SHC.
Ireland's 2023 Rugby World Cup bid was launched this afternoon and the GAA forms a central component of the proposal.
Philly McMahon says the Government needs to do more to help drug addicts and "give them a second chance".