Hurlers travel to the MidlandsWaterford hurlers make the journey to O'Connor Park, Tullamore to take on Offaly in the next round of the NHL Division 1B campaign.
Fitzgibbon Cup final replay set for March 11The second installment of the Fitzgibbon Cup final will take place on a Wednesday.
Five things we learned this weekendIt was an eventful weekend on and off the field ...
Odds: Kerry and Westmeath the big moversFollowing their two point victory over reigning champions Dublin, Kerry are now 11/4 from 11/2 to win Division 1 of the Allianz National Football League.
GAA tweets: Liam Rushe and Robbie Henshaw separated at birth?Dublin hurler Simon Lambert highlights the striking similarities between his team-mate Liam Rushe and Ireland try hero Robbie Henshaw ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"We were a bit disappointed with our own discipline."
Waterford Ladies Football notesWaterford intermediate ladies football team made it four wins out of four matches when they defeated Tipperary in Ardfinnan in the Tesco Home Grown Division 3 National League on Sunday last.
St Marys Juvenile club notesCongrats:- To Ciaran Kirwan and Geoff Halley who were part of the St. Declans team that defeated Scoil Mhuire Blarney in the Munster Colleges 'C' Hurling Final in Killeagh last Saturday week.
Kill club notesClub Lotto:- There was no winner of the jackpot at last Monday nights draw in Kirwans Bar.
FL4 round-up: Faithfuls maintain promotion pushOffaly preserved their 100% record with a comprehensive 2-18 to 2-6 victory over Wicklow at Aughrim.
Allianz Football League back with a bangAfter a three-week break, the Allianz Football League resumes in earnest today when a dozen games will be played across the country.
FL4: Carlow comeback denies DeciesCarlow staged a remarkable comeback to beat Waterford by 0-11 to 0-9 in a thrilling match played in terrible conditions at Dungarvan.
Fitzgibbon Cup: Epic encounter finishes all squareA draw was a fair result as holders WIT and UL produced a fantastic advertisement for third level gaelic games at a wet and windy Gaelic Grounds this evening.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerThe national football league resumed tonight with three crunch clashes, including a fascinating Division One derby between Tyrone and Derry.
Congress: standing ovation for Liam O'NeillLiam O'Neill received a standing ovation from delegates following his final address to Congress as GAA President today.
Congress: one v one penalties get the green lightDelegates at GAA Congress, which is taking place today in the Slieve Russell Hotel, Cavan, have vetoed the introduction of a black card in hurling but have unanimously voted for one-v-one penalties.
Gleeson singled out by BonnarWIT manager Colm Bonnar was fulsome in his praise Austin Gleeson's individual performance following yesterday's Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final victory over Cork IT.
Team news: Carlow ready for Deise testCarlow manager Turlough O'Brien has revealed his starting team for this evening's FL Division 4 trip to Waterford.
Fitzgibbon Cup: Holders prevail in nail-biting semi-finalIn what can only be described as a thrilling semi-final encounter in Limerick today, Waterford IT finished with four points to spare over Cork IT.
Ladies previews: round four league games could be crucialIt's a big weekend for ladies football as round 4 of the TESCO NFL takes place.
Team news: Deise to host BarrowsidersWaterford manager Tom McGlinchey announced his team for Saturday evening's FL Division 4 clash against Carlow in Fraher Field after training last night.
Patient approach pleases McGrathWaterford manager Derek McGrath feels that their tactics of playing a patient game worked for them against Laois.
Footballers back in actionWaterford footballers will be hoping to get their promotion campaign back in track when they host Waterford in the Allianz NFL Division 4 clash at Fraher Field on Saturday evening.
Fitzgibbon Cup: WIT outclass DITChampions WIT are through to the semi finals of the Fitzgibbon Cup thanks to a merited 1-18 to 1-7 victory over DIT tonight.
HS hurling team of the weekSix counties are represented on our hurling team of the week ...
McGrath: Pauric's time has comePauric Mahony's scoring heroics against Laois confirmed Derek McGrath's belief that he is becoming a leader in the Waterford team.
GAA tweets: Wedding bells for Down starCongratulations to Conor Laverty who tied the knot on Saturday ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Any time you come to Nowlan Park and get a victory is pleasing."
Waterford Ladies football club notesWaterford Intermediate lady footballers recorded their third victory in the Tesco Home-grown Division 3 clash with Sligo on Sunday last in Fraher Field. Played in terrible underfoot conditions
HL1B: Mercurial Mahony steers Waterford past LaoisThe unerring Pauric Mahony helped himself to 1-14 as Waterford inflicted a merciless 3-21 to 0-12 defeat on 14-man Laois at Dungarvan.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerTwo crucial contests took place tonight in the 2015 national hurling league.
McGrath praise for youngstersWaterford manager Derek McGrath has stressed that the youngsters in the side will get ample opportunity to impress during the NHL.
Championship start datesThe divisional under-21 football championships are due to start this weekend.
Deise support one-on-one penaltyWaterford's delegates have been mandated to vote in favour of the one-on-one penalty at GAA Congress.
McGrath not expecting an easy rideDerek McGrath has placed his faith in youth to restore Waterford hurling to it's former glory - but he is expecting bumps along the way.