Ger 'Sparrow' O'Loughlin regards Kilmallock's shock Limerick SHC final victory over Na Piarsaigh as one of the sweetest he's experienced in hurling.
The GAA's newest county board, Middle East GAA, are delighted to welcome Sperrin Metal as the official sponsors of the Middle East League & the Middle East County Board for the 2104/2015 Season.
Kilkenny football received a much-needed shot in the arm yesterday when Railyard scored a shock win over Aughrim at Freshford.
Ballincollig goalkeeper David Lordan has been speaking about what it was like to be the first captain from the club to lift the Andy Scannell Cup.
Carrick turned on the style in the second half to hammer Gortletteragh by 22 points and claim their 31st Leitrim SHC title at Ballinamore.
Galway star Michael Lundy says it means a lot to Corofin to win back-to-back Frank Fox Cups.
Calry-St. Joseph's players made a touching visit to the grave of the club's much-missed PRO Gary Dillon with the Sligo IFC trophy yesterday.
A week after he was supposed to be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, James Finn scaled a completely different peak yesterday when he captained Ballyfin to a sensational Laois IFC final victory over Timahoe at O'Moore Park.
A link to Japanese pornography images has appeared on the Connacht GAA Council's website.
Former Waterford manager Niall Carew has emerged as a front-runner in the Sligo senor football manager search.
Aidan McCormack came to Thurles Sarsfields' rescue when scoring a long range pointed free to give them a 0-20 to 0-19 extra-time victory over Eire Og, Nenagh in the Tipperary SHC quarter-final yesterday.
Reigning champions Glenswilly experienced little difficulty in disposing of Termon's challenge inthe Donegal SFC quarter-final at Letterkenny yesterday.
St. Mullin's came from behind to win a record 24th Carlow SHC title following a low-scoring final at Dr Cullen Park.
It's probably safe to assume that there is no shortage of sore heads around the country this morning following yesterday's club final schedule.
St. Gall's secured a record eighth successive Antrim SFC title and a 13th in 14 years at the expense of Cargin at Ahoghill.