Monday 19th 11am Men's Shed; 6.30pm all underage camogie practice; Senior Gaelic; Senior Camogie training for Kilmacud Sevens; 9pm Lotto
The All-Ireland SFC semi-finals generated plenty of reaction on Twitter as age-old rivals Dublin and Kerry advanced to the Sam Maguire Cup decider on September 1...
"The half-time message to be honest was just keep doing what you're doing. And I suppose that was the learning of that first half, they showed great adaptability to the game."
Tuesday 13th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, pizza / bun making; u12 Gaelic; 7.15pm u18 Gaelic An Ríocht v Longstone; u14 Camogie An Ríocht v Ballyholland
The Éire Og u-14s played their first game of this years championship on Monday night at his against aghader
A strong second half performance saw Kerry come from four points down to beat Tyrone by 1-18 to 0-18 at Croke Park this afternoon.
Today we have the second semi final of the All-Ireland SFC.
With only three games left in this year's All-Ireland SFC, defending champions Dublin remain very much the team to beat.
A hesitant Peter Keane has suggested that a Tier 2 in Gaelic football is the way forward.
Meath twins Thomas and Daragh McGovern are nephews of legendary Northern Ireland soccer goalkeeper Pat Jennings.
Monday 5th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, Basketball with Sherman Hall;
Lotto numbers this week 7, 14, 15, 27. Consolation of £30 to Claire Donaldson.
Five Mayo players make our team of the week after their ruthless dismantling of Donegal's All-Ireland ambitions on Saturday evening…
Diarmuid Connolly's return to action in Dublin's dead rubber victory over Tyrone and Mayo's gutsy win over Donegal generated plenty of activity on social media…
"They mental strength they showed. Some of the tackling and the effort was inspiring, to be honest. They were superb."
Questions still to be answered.
We were treated to a cracker of a game in this Briody sponsored Gerry Reilly Leinster U16 Cup Semifinal played in Millbrook, Oldcastle.
Donal O'Sullivan and Michael Slattery scored 2-5 and 0-8 respectively as Kerry completed a three-in-a-row of Richie McElligott Cups with an emphatic victory over Down in Navan.
This year's Briody Bedding Sponsored Gerry Reilly Leinster U16 FT continues this Saturday and Sunday, 3/4 August with both Cup and Shield Semi-Finals.
The All-Ireland SHC semi-finals led to a shift in the pecking order at the top of our rankings, with the beaten provincial finalists coming out on top against the Leinster and Munster champions.
Picking a team of the week from two epic All-Ireland SHC semi-final encounters was no easy task...
Tuesday 30th 10.30am KYC Summer Scheme, Water Sports Day; 7pm KYC 'You've Got Talent'; 7.30pm u14 Camogie Shamrocks v An Ríocht.
Lotto numbers this week 1, 7, 9, 22. Consolation of £30 to Paul Mason.
The analysis of the weekend's epic hurling entertainment on last night's Sunday Game generated plenty of reaction on social media…
At 56 years old, Mickey Linden is still playing the game he loves!
"Whether I can do it again, I don't know. I don't want to think about it for a while. I think I just need to stop. It's been 18 years playing and 12 or 13 with no breather."
Down put in a masterful display in their win over Louth in the first of the Gerry Reilly Leinster U16 Cup Quarter Finals played in Millbrook, Oldcastle.
Kilkenny are back in the All-Ireland SHC final following what can be only described as one of the greatest games of the modern era after they beat Limerick by 1-21 to 2-17 at Croke Park this evening.
Today we brought you live blogging from three games.
IT'S crunch weekend for the competing teams in the 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Senior and Intermediate Championship, with quarter-final pairings to be decided.
The first of the Briody Bedding Gerry Reilly Leinster U16 FT Cup Q/Finals takes place on this Friday, 26 July when Louth take on neighbours Down in Millbrook, Oldcastle.
Saturday 31st August Camogie Tournaments @ An Ríocht (Down)
A total of 85 GAA teams from all across the globe are set to descend on Waterford this weekend for the opening ceremony of the 2019 Renault GAA World Games.
The All-Ireland Poc Fada finals in Hurling and Camogie will take place on the Cooley Mountains on Saturday August 3rd.
Dublin and Tyrone secured their All-Ireland semi-final spots on Saturday while it's all to play for in Group 1 with one round to go...
Shane Lowry's Claret Jug winning heroics and a Super 8 thriller involving Kerry and Donegal threw up plenty of talking points on Twitter…
Monday 22nd 11am Men's Shed; 6.30pm all underage camogie practice; 7.30pm u14 Gaelic Rostrevor v An Ríocht; Senior Gaelic; Senior Camogie; 9pm Lotto.
"I'm not going to talk about injuries, sorry."