Shore cleared

Wexford hurler Andrew Shore has been cleared to play.

Team news: Kilkenny starts for Dubs

Dublin have made three changes to their team ahead of Sunday's huge clash with All Ireland Champions Kerry.

Team news: Kildare ring in the changes

Kildare manager Jason Ryan rings in the changes for their all Leinster Division 2 clash with Westmeath.

Team news: Faithful name starting line-up

Offaly have named their starting line-up ahead of Sunday's third round clash with Wicklow.

Team news: Clarke returns for Orchard

Jamie Clarke has been included in the Armagh team for Sunday's Division 3 trip to Limerick.

Fitzgibbon Cup: Lohan's UL send Davy's LIT packing

The bragging rights belong to Brian Lohan after UL got the better of his All-Ireland winning Clare team-mate Davy Fitzgerald's LIT in today's second Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final.

Venue change for FL Division 4 tie

The venue for tomorrow's Allianz Football League Division 4 tie involving London and Longford has been changed.

McGee: timekeeping controversies brings the GAA into disrepute

The decision by the GAA to abandon the clock/hooter system has been heavily criticised by Eugene McGee.

Fitzgibbon Cup: Holders prevail in nail-biting semi-final

In 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.

Cork ready for 'massive challenge'

Cork manager Brian Cuthbert believes they will face a 'massive test' against Donegal on Sunday.

Fitzhenry opposed to penalty change

Wexford great Damien Fitzhenry is hoping delegates at this weekend's GAA Congress in Cavan give the thumbs down to the one-v-one hurling penalty.

"A few rows here and there are always a good thing"

The return of Colm Cooper and Darran O'Sullivan to full fitness could result in 'a few rows here and there' at Kerry training according to Kieran Donaghy.

O'Rourke ready for Mayo test

Monaghan manager Malachy O'Rourke is sure that Mayo will be keen to return to winning ways when the sides meet at MacHale Park on Sunday.

GAA Scór na nÓg highlights on Irish TV on SKY 191 this weekend

Highlights from the hugely popular 2015 GAA Scór na nÓg finals from the City West Hotel in Dublin will take centre stage on Irish TV on SKY 191 this Sunday evening at 8.00pm.

Video: cracking goals from the O'Connor Cup

See goals from UL and DCU in their respective victories in Thursday's O'Connor Cup.