With the expectation that the Government will move the country to Level 3 of Covid-19 restrictions from next week, there is likely to be some tweaking of the GAA's match day restrictions.
Is this the 'Save of 2020'? See Fermanagh's Shauna Murphy make a stunning point-blank save in her team's TG4 All Ireland JFC semi-final against Limerick in Kinnegad on Sunday.
Louth have appointed Mickey Harte as their new senior football manager.
An exciting weekend of football and hurling championship lived up to its billing as some upsets along the way would set Twitter ablaze.
A weekend of commemoration along with historic upsets in the football championship drew some emotion from all concerned…
Fermanagh booked their place in the TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football Junior Championship Final, with Eimear Smyth's double vital in their seven-point win over Limerick in Kinnegad.
The 100-year anniversary of Bloody Sunday was marked with a beautiful ceremony at Croke Park this evening.
Here are our latest football rankings with four pieces of silverware still up for grabs.
This is one for the collectors...
The first 2020 TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football Finalists will be revealed on Sunday.
To mark the 100th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday, GAA clubs all over Ireland are going to light up their grounds and fly flags at half mast on Saturday 21 November.
A young Meath fan has firmly and bravely nailed his colours to the mast of his Dublin city school.
Trevor Giles has described his former Meath teammate Graham Geraghty as "indestructible".
Dublin will wear a special jersey in honour of those who died on Bloody Sunday 1920 for the Leinster SFC final against Meath at Croke Park on Saturday evening.
The GAA Championship season may be in the final furlong, but there is still a huge amount of choice for the armchair viewer this weekend.
On Sunday, Tipperary will wear green and white to mark the centenary of Bloody Sunday when they take on Cork in the Munster SFC final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Mayo legend and current selector Ciaran McDonald will always be remembered as one of the most stylish gaelic footballers to ever play the game.
The All-Ireland senior hurling and football championship races are now down to six and seven teams, respectively, following another action-packed weekend. Here's what the GAA Twitter world had to say:
It was a weekend which saw provincial championship winners crowned as well as the end of an era for Tyrone football.
The All-Ireland semi-finals in the Ladies SFC, IFC and JFC will take place over the next three weekends.
Mickey Harte has stepped down as Tyrone senior football boss, ending one of the longest running and hugely successful managerial reigns in the GAA.
The GAA's disciplinary system has been called into question by the Roger Casements club in Coventry after one of their players was subjected to racial abuse from an opponent during the Warwickshire SFC semi-final last month.
The Tyrone county board have reportedly turned down Mickey Harte's request for a one-year extension to his term as senior football manager.
The group stages of the All-Ireland ladies SFC and IFC come to a close this weekend and there is still plenty up for grabs.
With the Northern Ireland Executive allowing supporters to attend sporting fixtures, Oisin McConville believes supporters should be allowed to attend the Ulster SFC final.
Matches are coming thick and fast as we look forward to a huge weekend in the race for the Sam Maguire and Liam MacCarthy Cups.
Tipperary GAA have confirmed that they will wear a replica green and white jersey in the Munster SFC final against Cork on Sunday week, coinciding with the 100 year anniversary of Bloody Sunday.
GAA fans were treated to another weekend of exciting championship action which was packed with ups and downs throughout.
It was another enthralling weekend of championship action that saw one big upset saved for last at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
The draw for Round 2 of the All-Ireland SHC Qualifiers took place this morning with All-Ireland champions Tipperary set to play Cork this weekend.
Donal O'Hare's 42nd minute goal proved decisive as Down overcame an understrength Fermanagh side at Brewster Park to set up an Ulster SFC semi-final clash with Cavan next Sunday.
It was football all the way today, with crunch encounters in all four provinces, including huge semi-finals in Munster and Connacht.
Dublin's defence of their TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship remains on track as Mick Bohan's side sealed their place in the semi-finals of the competition following a four-point win over Waterford.
In his first championship match as Fermanagh manager, Ryan McMenamin has revealed the side to face Down in today's Ulster SFC quarter-final at Brewster Park (throw-in 1.30pm).
Down manager Paddy Tally has named his starting 15 ahead of the Ulster SFC quarter-final battle against Fermanagh at Brewster Park on Sunday (throw-in 1.30pm).
Dublin and Kerry could both secure semi-final spots in the TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship this weekend.
Tomás Ó Sé was in hot water after he asked earlier in the week if it suited weaker counties to give walkovers because of Covid-19 outbreaks.
After Tomás Ó Sé questioned whether it suited weaker counties not to field in games, the Leitrim chairman said Ó Sé's position as a pundit should be considered.