Diarmuid Connolly is set to miss Dublin's All-Ireland semi-final replay against Mayo after the Central Hearings Committee upheld his red card from the drawn game.
The Mayo team named for Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final replay is the same as the one that started the drawn encounter last Sunday.
Tipperary native and former Kerry manager Eamonn Kelly is the choice of Offaly county committee as their new hurling manager.
Kerry great Darragh Ó Sé has jumped to the defence of referees in the wake of last Sunday's ill-tempered All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
Cork's double All-Ireland winning heroes of 1990 gathered in the Rochestown Park Hotel last Friday for a Gala Lunch - but the star of the show was former Rebel County dual underage player Jamie Wall.
Midfielder Tom Parsons says Mayo are in "a good place" ahead of Saturday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay against Dublin.
The odds on Kieran Kingston being appointed Cork's new senior hurling manager have shortened significantly after Pat Mulcahy and Pat Ryan both ruled themselves out of the race to succeed Jimmy Barry-Murphy.
ODEON cinemas will screen the All-Ireland senior hurling and football finals on Sunday September 6 and Sunday, September 20.
Armagh ladies manager James Daly doesn't pull any punches in his criticism of the GAA's decision not to allow their All-Ireland semi-final against Dublin to be played at Croke Park this Saturday.
Stephen Cluxton had 'a couple of hairy moments' against Mayo last Sunday but John O'Leary expects normal service to be restored in Saturday's replay.
Is there no end to this man's talent?!
Tipperary minor hurling manager Liam Cahill has taken aim at the county's former hurlers who are refusing to "give something back".
Galway's Leinster SHC final defeat to Kilkenny turned out to be a blessing in disguise according to the long-serving David Collins.
Sunday Game pundit Ciaran Whelan has defended himself against claims he went 'soft' on Dublin in his analysis of last Sunday's ill-tempered All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
Former Kildare footballer Glenn Ryan is been heavily tipped as favourite to replace namesake Jason as the Lilywhites senior football manager.