There was plenty of action this evening.
Galway have stuck with the same starting 15 for Sunday's crunch Leinster senior hurling championship encounter against Kilkenny in Salthill.
Kilkenny boss Brian Cody has made three changes to his side for Sunday's mouth-watering clash with Galway in Salthill.
GMIT Games Development Officer Damien Curley has praised Galway's development squad structure for helping safeguard the county's hurling future.
The first-round qualifier draw of the 2018 All-Ireland senior football championship will take place next Monday morning.
Kilkenny manager Brian Cody believes that he will learn a lot more about his young charges following Sunday's clash against Galway.
There are some more intriguing clashes in the All-Ireland senior hurling championship this weekend and here we preview the four games taking place in Leinster and Munster.
Just like last weekend, there are two live games on Sunday with Gaels living in the six counties getting the opportunity to watch a live game on Saturday evening.
Former Kilkenny defender Jackie Tyrrell has questioned Galway's desire to defend their All-Ireland SHC title this year.
Galway's first-ever home game in the Leinster SHC is expected to draw a crowd in excess of 20,000 on Sunday.
Matthew O'Hanlon has hit out at the controversial ruling that a team will be relegated from the Leinster SHC.
The first round SF championship draw will take place on Monday morning.
There were big wins for Monaghan and Fermanagh in the Ulster SFC over the while both Tipperary and Clare cleared quarter-final hurdles in Munster…
Limerick and Cork enjoyed winning starts to the Munster SHC while Kilkenny and Wexford edged out Offaly and Dublin respectively…
Twitter saluted Conor McManus' wonder point against Tyrone...
"We'll enjoy today but all it does is get us into the next round. We'll keep the head down and wait for two weeks' time."
"It's early doors. This is only round one. We'll have to go back to the drawing board again and look at that game."
There was action in three of the provinces this afternoon.
Laois' incredible comeback victory over Wexford on Saturday captured the imagination. It was the best recovery of the GAA season to date, but far from the only one…
This weekend sees Ulster Gaels living in the six counties get one over their counterparts in the Republic.
Galway GAA has agreed a new deal with long-time sponsors Supermacs which could be worth up to €2 million over the next five years.
Pete McGrath's eyebrow-raising outburst after Louth's meek surrender to Carlow on Sunday was certainly not unique in the history of the GAA.
Following his impressive championship debut against Mayo last weekend, Galway defender Seán Andy Ó Ceallaigh is keeping his feet firmly on the ground.
Galway manager Kevin Walsh feels that his bench played a huge part in grinding out a hard earned win against Mayo in the Connacht SFC quarterfinal last Sunday.
Eoin Kelly is opposed to the system whereby one of the teams competing in this year's Leinster SHC will be relegated.
The Lidl Teams of the 2018 Ladies National Football League have been revealed.
Gary O'Donnell says Galway's latest victory over Mayo will count for nothing unless the Tribesmen kick on.
Tom Parsons has vowed to come back strongly from the horrific knee injury he sustained on Sunday.
Eoghan Kerin feels Mayo can't have any excuses after losing to Galway in the Connacht SFC for a third successive season.
Rory Gallagher says there is no appetite among players for a tiered football championship.
Check out who made the cut on our football team of the week...
Here are the players that stood out for us on the hurling fields over the weekend...
Twitter was full of get well soon messages from Mayo midfielder Tom Parsons following the horrific leg injury he sustained in yesterday's defeat to Galway...
Tom Parsons has been wished a speedy recovery by Galway captain Damien Comer from the horror knee injury he sustained in yesterday's Connacht SFC quarter-final.
"Look, every time they got a goal it was another nail in our coffin. But it's a game where you just have to keep going."
"Look, there's always relief when you achieve something that you know you're going to have to work very hard for and at the same time that's the same for every game, so it's nothing that's massively different, we just have to learn ourselves."
Kevin Walsh wasn't complaining about the lack of entertainment provided by yesterday's Connacht SFC quarter-final between Galway and Mayo.
Johnny Heaney's 75th-minute goal was the decisive score as Galway squeezed past 14-man Mayo in Castlebar, 1-12 to 0-12.