Kilmacud Crokes captured their sixth Dublin SHC title at Parnell Park tonight.
Kilkenny's Richie Hogan has been named as the Opel GAA GPA Hurler of the Year for 2014.
Kilkenny and Tipperary dominate the 2014 GAA GPA All-Stars hurling line-up.
Kerry star James O'Donoghue has been named as Opel GAA/GPA Footballer of the Year, with the Young Player of the Year going to Donegal's Ryan McHugh.
Mayo county board chairman Paddy McNicholas has announced that he is to step down at December's annual convention.
Dublin legend Brian Mullins had little sympathy for Joe Brolly after Meath's Colm Coyle lashed out at him for blowing kisses to the crowd in a game at Celtic Park many years ago.
Richie Hogan says he found scores easier to come by following his switch to midfield this year.
Jason Sherlock reckons his former Dublin team-mate Diarmuid Connolly is an exceptional talent.
Conor Mortimer has criticised James Horan's record as Mayo manager.
St Brigid's manager Benny O'Brien is confident that his charges will be ready for a tough test against Mayo champions Ballintubber in the Connacht club SFC.
Rising Monaghan football star Jack McCarron is expected to miss most of next season after rupturing his cruciate ligament.
Brian McEniff believes Donegal will continue to be a force to be reckoned with in the wake of Jim McGuinness' departure.
Waterford hurling boss Derek McGrath has admitted that his panel needed a "shake-up".
Plans for the redevelopment of Ruislip are to take place between London GAA officials and Hillingdon Council next month.
London manager Paul Coggins can't wait to get the new campaign started.