Donegal manager Ardal McDermott is looking forward to the league campaign getting underway this weekend.
Previews for this Sunday's Lidl Ladies National Football League games (Divisions 1-4).
Offaly manager Eamonn Kelly admits that his charges will have to be at their best to see off the challenge of Clare in the opening round of the NHL on Sunday.
Ryan Jones is hoping Fermanagh can up it another gear for their all-Ulster showdown with Armagh at the end of the month.
Crossmaglen Rangers boss Oisin McConville says his side cannot afford to ship too many goals against Castlebar Mitchel's tomorrow.
Kerry captain Daniel Collins feels that manager Ciaran Carey has certainly brought them on from where his predecessor left off.
Fermanagh forward Ciaran Flaherty believes that if they can continue their winning streak at home, they have a chance of promotion.
Hurling Development Committee chairman Paudie O'Sullivan says he's concerned about the growing elitism within the GAA.
Former Roscommon goalkeeper Shane Curran has revealed that the support he has got since he announced he would be running on the Fianna Fail ticket in the General Election has been unbelievable.
Despite two losses from their opening two matches, Leitrim manager Shane Ward stressed that they would not be giving up the fight for promotion from Division Four.
Kilkenny veteran Jackie Tyrrell is chomping at the bit to get back out playing competitive hurling.
Queen's University will appeal the suspension of Ciaran O'Hanlon despite exiting the Sigerson Cup yesterday.
Cian O'Neill has hit out over the decision to bring Kildare's Leinster championship game with Wexford forward eight days.
2015 Footballer of the Year Jack McCaffrey is going all-out to add a Sigerson Cup medal to his collection after leading UCD into next week's semi-finals.
Tipperary manager Michael Ryan feels that the NHL is an important part of preparation for the remainder of the year.