As the camogie year has come to an end we would like to congratulate all our players at all levels on their successes this year.
St Rynaghs travelled to Wexford on Saturday to play in the 2020 delayed Leinster Intermediate Club Championship Quarter Final.
After winning last year's Junior Final, Naomh Brid have had a difficult 2021 playing in the Senior ranks of the Offaly Camogie Championship.
Well done to our panel and management on their win over Ballinkillen in the Leinster Club Championship Quarter Final on Sunday.
The concluding stage of the Adam Mangan Festival of Football took place over the weekend.
The draws for the 2022 provincial senior football championships have been made this afternoon.
The Cork SFC final and Tipperary SHC decider replay make up a busy Sunday afternoon, as the provincial hurling championships get going this weekend.
The draws for next year's O'Byrne Cup competition have been confirmed.
The draws for the 2022 Provincial Football Championships will be made tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon.
Remember our Senior team play Ballinkillen of Carlow in the Leinster Club Championship on Sunday, 28th November at 1.30 pm in Ballinkillen.
We held a presentation for our Division 1 Féile winners on Saturday last in O'Connor Park.
Our under 18 team had a great win in the B semi-final against Shinrone on Friday evening under lights in Shannonbridge.
A bright but chilly Dr Kelly's Field in Tullamore was the setting for the long awaited Minor B Final on Saturday between St Cillians and Lusmagh/Drumcullen.
The All-Ireland football and hurling finals will be the only inter-county games where there will be a provision for replays in 2022.
There was double delight for Ken Hogan yesterday when he managed teams to championship glory in two different counties.
Stephen Quirke's 62nd minute goal saw St Rynagh's snatch victory from the jaws of defeat against Coolderry in this afternoon's Offaly senior hurling championship final.
The inter-county provincial pre-season competitions will return in 2022.
First-time Derry champions Steelstown Brian Óg's withstood a late fightback by 13-man Cloughaneely in Letterkenny to advance to an Ulster club IFC quarter-final clash with Donaghmoyne on December 4/5.
The 2021 GAA-GPA All-Star awards banquet due to take place at Dublin's Convention Centre on Friday, 10 December has been cancelled.
Leinster GAA are currently recruiting Games Promotion Officers right across the province.
"This will have a transformational impact on the lives of players"; the words of Gaelic Players Association CEO Tom Parsons as BEO360, the GPA's new innovative approach to supporting the holistic development of its members went live today.
Nine county champions should be crowned on Sunday, while there are also a host of provincial club matches across all levels down for decision on a busy weekend of action.
Offaly hurling manager Michael Fennelly has made changes to his backroom team ahead of the 2022 season.
Friday 18th November, under 18 semi-final v Shinrone. Time and venue tbc.
Our Under 11 girls played their last blitz of the year on Saturday morning in Carrig.
Our Under 11 girls brought their year to a close when they played their final blitz of 2021 in Carrig on Saturday morning.
Tullamore football manager Niall Stack wants Saturday's Offaly SHC 'B' final postponed to allow his team to prepare properly for their Leinster club SFC first round clash with Naas the following day.
Keep an eye on the results as they come in from a busy day of county final action.
Tullamore dethroned Rhode to land their 28th Offaly SFC success in today's final replayed final at Bord na Mona O'Connor Park.
Here's the fixture details for this weekend's key club championship matches around the country.
Alan McNamee has been cleared to play for Rhode in Sunday's Offaly SFC final replay against Tullamore.
Our under 13 girls played St. Cillians in the U13 A County Final on Saturday moring last in a very wet and windy Dr. Kelly's Field.
U18 match v Birr, Sunday 14th. Details TBD.
Our Under 13 team played in the Under 13A Shield against Lusmagh/Drumcullen on Sunday morning at the Kinnitty GAA Grounds.
The weekend started with the HQ Physio Junior B Final between Tullamore and Birr being played under the fabulous floodlit facilities in Shannonbridge on Friday evening.
St Rynagh's are just 60 minutes away from completing a three-in-a-row of Offaly SHC titles after surviving a huge scare from Kilcormac/Killoughey at Bord na Mona O'Connor Park yesterday.
St Rynagh's Albert Kelly is the new Westmeath camogie manager.
There were 17 county finals taking place between football and hurling over the weekend, with most of the action happening on Sunday afternoon.