The numbers drawn in the Lotto draw which took place on Monday 08 January 2018 were 01 08 17 25.
Rhode GAA Transformation week 2 of 6 has officially Kicked of on Monday 15th of January in Rhode GAA Hall
An independent evaluation by the Centre for Health Behaviour Research, Waterford IT, has revealed that the GAA Healthy Club Project (HCP) is showing significant and lasting improvements to the health of communities across Ireland.
"Cork had a young side out but any time you beat Cork you will take it and a lot of them lads won Fitzgibbon medals last year."
The numbers drawn on Monday January 8th last were 13, 14, 19 & 31
Club membership is due to be paid now and a deadline has been set until the end of this current month. €50 for adults and €30 for students and U21s
Westmeath are through to their first O'Byrne Cup final in 13 years after a strong first half performance laid the foundations for a two-point victory over Offaly at TEG Cusack Park.
As we approach the business end of the pre-season competitions, a number of key matches proceeded this afternoon in both codes.
Kilkenny have booked their place in the final of this year's Walsh Cup competition.
Kevin Martin has announced the Offaly starting 15 for today's Walsh Cup SH semi-final against Kilkenny.
Westmeath boss Colin Kelly has stuck with same starting 15 which defeated Laois for Sunday's O'Byrne Cup semi-final against Offaly.
Offaly manager Stephen Wallace has revealed his starting 15 for Sunday's O'Byrne Cup semi-final against Westmeath in Mullingar.
Retiring referee Brian Gavin says the 2013 All-Ireland SHC qualifier epic between Kilkenny and Tipperary was his favourite game to officiate in.
Four-time All-Ireland hurling final referee Brian Gavin has announced his retirement from the inter-county game.
The Annual General Meeting of Ballycumber GAA Club will be held in the Clubroom on Friday 19th January at 8pm.
Teams up and down the country are blowing away the cobwebs in advance of the Allianz football leagues. Check out our football team of the week…
With the start of the Allianz HLs looming over the horizon, teams are beginning to crank up their preparations. Here is our hurling team of the week...
The numbers drawn in the Lotto draw which took place on TUESDAY 02 January 2018 were 06 15 20 24.
Rhode GAA Transformation week 1 of 6 has officially Kicked of on Monday 8th of January in Rhode GAA Hall
Leinster GAA have confirmed the fixture details for the upcoming O'Byrne and Walsh Cup semi-finals.
There were lots of disgruntled fans yesterday after some games were called off at the last minute due to frozen pitches…
"You'd think that by 11.0 this morning you'd know if it was playable or not before people left home."
The numbers drawn on Tuesday January 2nd last were 6, 13, 20 & 25.
Offaly will play host to Kilkenny and Dublin will be at home to Wexford in next Sunday's Walsh Cup semi-finals following today's action.
Dublin's exit from the O'Byrne Cup this afternoon means there will be new O'Byrne Cup champions this year.
The early season competitions were in full flow once again this weekend.
Three of Offaly's inter-county teams have had to find alternative pitches to train on this weekend due to the unavailability of the newly-opened Faithful Fields.
Offaly boss Kevin Martin has made a number of changes to his side for this afternoon's Walsh Cup return fixture with Westmeath in TEG Cusack Park.
Club Players Association chairman Micheal Briody has predicted 'carnage for the club' in 2018.
Westmeath hurling manager Michael Ryan has revealed his starting 15 for Sunday's Walsh Cup clash against Offaly in Mullingar.
New Offaly captain Anton Sullivan admits it is an honour and a privilege to lead the county into action this year.
St Loman's Ken Casey could be about to make a return to the inter-county scene with his native Offaly.
Elite players are in line for some welcome tax exemptions to ensure that they are not left out of pocket by their GAA commitments.
Leinster Council has revealed the provisional draws for the O'Byrne and Walsh Cup semi-finals.
Offaly came from behind to draw with Dublin, while Louth and Meath won on the road.
There was a bonanza of midweek action tonight, with 14 matches taking place across four competitions.
Offaly football manager Stephen Wallace intends to stick with what he knows best in his new role and 'that's the Kerry way'.
We are holding our Annual General Meeting on Sunday 7th of January at 5pm in Killeigh National School