Ahead of tomorrow's announcement regarding the identity of the "headline act" that will perform at Croke Park next year, concert promoter MCD Promotions has confirmed that it will not be Garth Brooks.
Eugene McGee believes football and hurling will be professional sports in 10 years' time.
Former Tyrone midfielder Kevin Hughes has brought the curtain down on his illustrious football career.
Michael Ryan has been given the green light to succeed Eamon O'Shea as Tipperary senior hurling manager at the end of next season.
Hurler of the Year Richie Hogan is planning to drive on again in 2015.
Ballinderry will find out tomorrow what - if any - sanctions will be imposed on them arising from the ugly scenes that marred the end of their controversial Derry SFC final defeat by Slaughtneil last Sunday week.
Donegal's new senior football manager is expected to be installed early next week.
Saturday's All-Ireland Masters (Over 40s) football final between Galway and Mayo will go ahead without the blessing of Croke Park.
Cork dual star Aidan Walsh has confirmed he will be concentrating exclusively on hurling next year.
Brian Whelahan and Pat Flanagan are set to be ratified as Offaly's senior hurling and football managers respectively for 2015 at a special county board meeting tonight.
The Great Northern Hotel in Bundoran will host the 27th annual Ulster GAA Writers' awards banquet on Saturday night.
Westmeath chairman Sean Sheridan admits there has been no progress made in the county's increasingly desperate search for a senior football manager.
A 16-year-old who plays Gaelic football with Ballymartin in Co. Down has scooped £390,643 in the UK National Lottery.
Ireland manager Paul Earley says he is expecting a much tougher test from Australia this time round when his team travel down under in two weeks.
It's 17 years since Paul McGirr tragically lost his life in the act of scoring a goal for Tyrone Minors but his spirit lives on through the Ulster Under-16 Club Champions competition organised by Dromore St Dympna's.