There was plenty of action this evening.
Meath boss Andy McEntee has picked three debutants in his starting 15 for tomorrow's Leinster SFC tie away to Longford.
The first-round qualifier draw of the 2018 All-Ireland senior football championship will take place next Monday morning.
Due to refurbishment works, the capacity of Glennon Brothers Pearse Park will be restricted to approximately 6,000 for Sunday's Leinster SFC quarter-final between Longford and Meath.
There are eight games down for decision across all four provinces in the All-Ireland senior football championship this weekend. Here are our previews:
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.
There's something eerily novel about the four Leinster SFC quarter-finals that are going down for decision this weekend.
Restoring Meath as a footballing force to be reckoned with is top of Andy McEntee's agenda.
Longford's recent poor record in Leinster is something that custodian Paddy Collum and his team-mates will be hoping to 'put right' against Meath this Sunday.
The first round SF championship draw will take place on Monday morning.
Fixtures for upcoming week
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...
Tuesday's Leinster JFC quarter-final clash between Longford and Cavan has been called off.
"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."
Sympathy: Dromard GAA club extends its sympathy to the Gray family on the sad passing of Mary Gray, Edenmore, whose funeral took place on Saturday
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the opening of our fabulous facilities at Emmet Park and to mark the occasion we have a weekend of festivities planned over the June Bank Holiday weekend
There was action in three of the provinces this afternoon.
There were wins for Longford, Warwickshire and Donegal in the Nicky Rackard Cup today.
This weekend sees Ulster Gaels living in the six counties get one over their counterparts in the Republic.
Longford have a number of injury concerns ahead of their Leinster SFC quarterfinal clash against Meath on Sunday, May 27th.
Longford chairman Eamonn Reilly has confirmed that Glennon Brothers Pearse Park is available to host the Leinster SFC clash between the Midlanders and Meath on Sunday, May 27th.
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.
The Lidl Teams of the 2018 Ladies National Football League have been revealed.
Music and spinning boxes were part of the fun at last night's TG4 Leinster Championships Launch at the Clanard Court Hotel in Athy.
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...
Well done to our senior team who recorded a good win over Fr Manning Gaels on Saturday evening in Monaduff.
Wicklow's hopes of bringing All-Ireland champions Dublin to Aughrim for their Leinster SFC quarter-final clash have been dashed.
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...
"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."
Our senior b team were in action in the Bertie Allen Cup on Saturday evening and following a very entertaining game we emerged with a share of the spoils.
Today we had eight more games in the hurling and football championships.
Warwickshire have continued their winning ways in the first round of the Nicky Rackard Cup.