Tom Daly, chairman of the Casement Park Project Board, has issued a statement confirming their commitment to transforming Casement Park into a modern stadium that all of Ulster GAA can be proud of.
Fermanagh County Board chairman Patsy Dolan says there will be a zero tolerance approach to abuse posted on social media during 2015.
Limerick aren't that far away from a first Liam McCarthy success since 1973, according to Declan Hannon.
Galway's Tom Flynn is hoping new manager Kevin Walsh can teach him a thing or two about midfield play.
The Gaelic Players Association launched the Jim Madden Leadership Programme which is aimed an inspiring players to become a new generation of community heroes.
Derek McGrath's commitment to the Deise cause can't be questioned.
Referees' chief Pat McEnaney is open to experimenting with two referees in hurling.
Will debuts boys Donaghmoyne be the team that finally brings the amazing run by Watty Grahams to an end this Sunday at the Kukri Ireland Ulster Minor Club Football Tournament at the St Paul's club in Belfast?
Speaking in his role as president of the Irish Federation of Sport, Dublin GAA star Bernard Brogan has called for increased government assistance in funding sport.
Christy Phillips has stepped down as Mayo senior hurling manager citing the refusal of players to make themselves available for selection in 2015 as the reason.
Manager Shane Ward has been told by the County Board to avoid overnight stays as Leitrim GAA tightens its belt.
Colm Cavanagh is ready to assume more responsibility for Tyrone in the wake of Stephen O'Neill and Martin Penrose's retirements.
As the money continues to flood in, chairman Ned Quinn has described the Kilkenny hurlers as "the team that keeps on giving".
Limerick chairman Oliver Mann launched a scathing attack on the Limerick Leader's GAA columnist Martin Kiely at last Sunday's annual convention in Ballylanders.
Ardfert chairman Justin Horgan says it's "a disgrace" that the Kerry U21 hurling decider was staged in mid-December.