Hugely-important hurling action taking place today as the climax of the national hurling league coincides with the start of the Leinster SHC.
Roscommon joint-managers Fergal O'Donnell and Kevin McStay have included five debutants in their team to face New York at Gaelic Park later today (throw-in 4pm (9pm Irish time)).
Anthony Cunningham has returned to the inter-county scene less than six months after he stepped down as Galway hurling manager.
Denis Glennon has hit out at the Westmeath senior football management for refusing to release players to their clubs last night.
No, your eyes aren't deceiving you.
Shairoze Akram is believed to be the first GAA player born in Pakistan to win an All-Ireland medal after he helped Mayo to victory over Cork in last night's U21 football final.
MARIA Delahunty's free, with 33 seconds left on the clock, salvaged a draw for Waterford in a terrific Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 3 final against Tipperary in Clane this afternoon.
Having been nabbed at the death in last week's drawn encounter, Tipperary made sure to leave nothing to chance with a nine-point win in the All-Ireland minor A final replay at St Brendan's Park, Birr.
Meath will get a taste of top tier camogie next year after outlasting Galway to be crowned Irish Daily Star National League Division 2 champions at St Brendan's Park, Birr.
Two goals in the space of a couple of minutes at the end of the third quarter proved decisive as Armagh confirmed their superiority over Roscommon to claim the Irish Daily Star National League Division 3 title.
Darach Honan is hoping to follow in his father Colm's footsteps by winning an Allianz League medal today.
A new GAA club whose chief aim is to promote the Irish language has been formed in Galway city.
A new eVetting system has gone live on the garda website since Friday.
The Clarke Cup is heading for Mayo for the first time since 2006 after the westerners came out on top against Cork in this evening's All-Ireland U-21 FC final at Cusack Park, Ennis.
Mayo captain Stephen Coen followed in the footsteps of the late great Cormac McAnallen this evening by leading his county to minor and U-21 All-Ireland glory and Keith Higgins says it's no coincidence...