What can we say about last Saturday's minor 'B' championship final in Collooney?
GAA President John Horan hailed the 'democratic nature' of the GAA after the majority of counties backed a Tier 2 championship at today's Special Congress in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Here's some of the twitter reaction to the introduction of a Tier 2 competition next summer and it's mostly negative! The advanced mark isn't everybody's cup of tea either…
Three new gaelic football rules will come into effect in 2020.
A Tier 2 football championship is on the way next year.
The House of Commons isn't the only place where an important vote is being taken tomorrow.
Works have begun on the development of a new Air Dome facility at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence in Bekan.
Club weekends don't get much bigger than this one coming up.
Senior football manager Paul Taylor and his hurling counterpart Daithi Hand were ratified at this week's meeting of the Sligo County Committee along with their respective backroom teams.
Tourlestrane joint-manager Gerry McGowan is adamant that there is no talk of the 'four-in-a-row' amongst the players.
Naomh Eoin manager John Doyle feels that the players deserve more credit than they have received in the past.
Our women's intermediate gaelic footballers have assured themselves of a place in the Division 2 league final following an impressive two-point win against Eoghan Rua on Sunday morning
The joy and despair of county finals - It was an action-packed Sunday on the club scene...
Tony O'Kelly-Lynch was the star of the show as Naomh Eoin claimed a first-ever Sligo SHC title at Easkey's expense in Markievicz Park.
The draws for next year's Munster and Leinster senior hurling championships, the Joe McDonagh Cup, the Christy Ring Cup, the Nicky Rackard Cup, and the Lory Meagher Cup have been confirmed this morning.
Luke Towey is the latest GAA recruit to sign a deal to play in the AFL after putting pen to paper on a two-year-contract with Gold Coast Suns.
There is a huge weekend of club action on the horizon - seventeen county finals and lots more in store.
Coolera/Strandhill manager John McPartland has hailed his players following their county SFC semi-final win over St Mary's.
Colm O'Rourke says the provincial football championships should be scrapped.
Galway are on the opposite side of the 2020 Connacht SFC to Mayo and Roscommon and appear to have a relatively-clear run to the provincial final.
Tourlestrane are just 60 minutes away from completing a four-in-a-row of Owen B Hunt Cups after easing to a 2-19 to 0-7 victory over Shamrock Gaels at Markievicz Park.
Senior champions were crowned in Carlow, Kildare, Limerick, Longford, Roscommon and Wicklow yesterday...
Pride of place this week goes to the Benbulben Gaels under 14 hurlers who lifted the county title last Friday evening in Scarden
We asked our readers to select their Football Team Of The Year and the results are in...
The provincial football championship draws for 2020 are set to be made next week on Morning Ireland on RTÉ Radio 1.
October is always busy with county finals - there are no fewer than eight down for decision on the first Sunday of the month.
Here are the five motions that will be voted on during the GAA Special Congress on October 19 at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
As the dust settles on another memorable inter-county season, the focus switches to the business end of the club championships.
Carlow coach Steven Poacher fears that the introduction of a tiered football championship would spell disaster for the weaker counties.
Commiserations to our Senior team who bowed out to St. Mary's in the Senior Championship on Sunday in Connolly Park.
It was a very special weekend for the DRP girls under 14 footballers who won the county 'A' championship title on Saturday
One of the main topics of discussion at this weekend's Gaelic Players Association AGM will be ways of developing a "greater competitive balance in the GAA".
The Club Players Association is 'very concerned and disappointed' that a Tier 2 championship proposal will be on the agenda at next month's Special Congress in Cork.
Jarlath Burns says intercounty backroom teams have become so large that it's like "a hidden economy".
Dublin's drive for five reached its intended destination on Saturday evening. Here is our final team of the week from the 2019 inter-county season…
Next month's Special Congress in Cork will debate the addition of a proposed new Tier 2 Football Championship, as well as the introduction of three new playing rules.
"Let's go party!" - Ciaran Kilkenny guest vocals on Aqua's Barbie Girl…
"I can't remember what happened with the goal, I just went for it and wanted to see what happened."