Jason Sherlock says money and resources have nothing to do with the size of Dublin's backroom team.
Attendances at intercounty senior football championship matches are dropping to alarming lows.
The GAA has released a more detailed document outlining proposals for a new GAA Football Championship structure.
The 2017 Independent.ie HE GAA Sigerson Championship Weekend will be hosted by Comhairle Ardoideachais Connachta in the Connacht GAA Centre in Bekan, Mayo on February 17-18, 2017.
'The Mark' is to be implemented in the Independent.ie Higher Education GAA Senior Football League Division 1.
Passage manager Peter Queally is adamant that his players have the character to repeat their performance of 2013.
Ballygunner and Waterford star Pauric Mahony is determined to play his part in his club's run to the county final.
Gregory O'Kane has warned his Irish team to be prepared for a physically tough Hurling / Shinty International clash with Scotland.
A GAA Club Players Association (CPA) could be up and running within three weeks.
Here's the Twitter reaction to a hectic weekend of county finals across the country and the shock passing of a rugby icon, Anthony Foley...
"The Rattler... in our club, when we were growing up we heard so much about Mickey Byrne, 11 county finals in a row (winning 10) and that record, 14 county titles. So we were always looking up to them."
Next Sunday's Waterford SHC final will see Passage and Ballygunner go head-to-head.
It was busy today: ten county football finals, nine hurling deciders and the start of the Ulster Club SFC.
There's no shortage of club action this weekend with an incredible 21 county finals set to be decided.
Defending champions Ballygunner will renew rivalries with their neighbours Mount Sion in the SHC semi-final on Sunday.
All-Ireland champions Dublin will begin their quest for a twelfth Delaney Cup in thirteen seasons against either Carlow or Wexford after the draws for the 2017 provincial football championships were made tonight.
The draws for the 2017 provincial hurling championships have been revealed tonight with new All-Ireland kingpins Tipperary set to open the defence of their Munster crown versus Cork in the quarter-final.
Jarlath Burns says the playing rules committee has "no appetite" to replace the black card with a sin-bin.
GAA president Aogán Ó Fearghail has confirmed that the black card is not going to be given the boot.
The GAA has launched details of an exciting new programme called Purchase Power which has been designed to secure special, competitive rates for an extensive range of products and services for the benefit of GAA Clubs.
Munster GAA Post Primary Schools have today launched a new website.
The black card will not be removed by the GAA's playing rules committee.