The concluding games of round five of the Allianz NFL were down for decision this afternoon.
Dublin school Castleknock Community College landed its first ever All Ireland post primary senior camogie title last weekend with a 2-7 to 0-4 win over Ulster opposition, St Patricks, Armagh.
A strong second half showing from John the Baptist Community School paved the way for this All Ireland Post Primary Senior D Camogie Championship final success over Scoil Mhuire at St Lomans Trim.
There was no doubt about the standout tie in this weekend's Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Division 1 League, as Wexford and Tipperary faced off at St Patrick's Park, Enniscorthy.
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The GAA is pleased to confirm the recipients for Gradaim an Uachtaráin 2017 which will be presented at a special banquet in Croke Park this evening (LIVE on TG4 from 7.30pm).
The National Hurling Leagues offer managers the opportunity to unearth new talent and this year's campaign is no different.
"Ni neart go cur le chéile!" These were the last words spoken by victorious captain Aoife Ní Chaiside at the end of an acceptance speech delivered completely as Gaeilge, following Slaughtneil's magnificent AIB All-Ireland Camogie Senior Club final victory over Sarsfields.
CIARA Quirke won most of the plaudits as a result of scoring a goal and nine points in Myshall's 1-10 to 1-9 defeat of Eglish in the AIB All-Ireland Intermediate Club final at Croke Park but the excellence of Mairéad Doyle at wing-back for the winners certainly did not go unnoticed.
It was a double weekend again as we brought you action from the NHL and NFL campaigns.
A RECORD attendance witnessed an Ulster team winning the AIB All-Ireland Camogie Senior Club Championship for only the second time as Slaughtneil proved strongest on the home straight after a ding-dong battle with a resolute Sarsfields.
CIARA QUIRKE scored a goal and nine points as Myshall added another chapter to their remarkable story, and that of Carlow camogie in recent years, by winning the AIB All-Ireland Camogie Intermediate Club title at Croke Park.
SECOND-HALF goals from Katrina Mackey and Niamh McCarthy helped Cork see off a considerable challenge from Tipperary, prevailing by 2-14 to 1-12 at Carriganore in Waterford to make it two from two in Group 1 of Division 1 of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League.
The O'Neills All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools Senior A final between Ursuline, Thurles and Loreto Kilkenny which was fixed for today was called off due to an unplayable pitch.
Looks like there could be some key fixtures postponed over the weekend.