Seán Óg Ó hAilpín has retired from club hurling.
Everybody knows the famous Al Pacino speech in 'Any Given Sunday' but St Michael's Lurgan coach Philip McKenna gave his own version of a rousing and passionate team talk in the rain at the Dub in Belfast on Friday last to inspire his team to win the new Danske Bank Rafferty Cup.
Andrew Shore's appeal against a 48-week ban for playing illegally in Britain is set to be heard by the GAA's Central Appeals Committee next week.
Assistant manager John Joe Kearney expects Slaughtneil's misery defence to be tested to the limit by Omagh St. Enda's on Sunday.
Footballer of the Year James O'Donoghue can't wait to play alongside Tommy Walsh and Colm Cooper next year.
A hurling fan from Thomastown in Co. Kilkenny has joining thousands of twitter users in paying tribute to the late Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes.
Conor Clarke could make a sensational return to the Omagh St. Enda's team against Slaughtneil on Sunday.
Michael Johnston is the new Down hurling manager.
Clare GAA won't be able to proceed with the development of a 200-space car park beside Cusack Park until a Japanese knotweed problem is dealt with.
James O'Donoghue is optimistic that he will have fully recovered from shoulder surgery in time for the start of Kerry's Munster and All-Ireland defence.
The Munster GAA Council has announced details of the 2014 Development Grant Scheme, funding club and school capital development projects across the province.
Clare native Keith Begley is set to be ratified as the new Offaly minor football manager.
Offaly GAA's main sponsor Carroll's Ham is to continue supporting the county teams for another year.
Pete McGrath has attributed the recent spate of retirements to the increasing demands being placed on inter-county players.
Benny Coulter isn't the only big name new Down manager Jim McCorry is planning without ahead of the 2015 season.