Clarinbridge celebrate Minor Final victory
Clarinbridge Club Chairman Noel Quinn and minor captain Evan Niland making a presentation to manager and formed All-Star Eanna Ryan (left) at the Clarinbridge G.A.A. Club Victory Social.
Minor B Camogie Champions
Sean Geraghty Treasurer of the Galway Camogie Board presenting the County Minor B Cup to Oranmor-Maree Minor Captain Roisin Black. On the right Catherine Kilkelly Assistant Treasurer of the Galway Camogie Board presenting the Player of Match Trophy to Oranmore-Maree's Eimear O'Donovan.
Galway Juvenile Hurling Committee 2016
Back Row: (left to right) Patrick Geoghegan, Francis Noone, James Burke, Kevin Egan, Eoin Marron, Michael Kelly. Front Row: (left to right) John McDonagh, Padraic Lohan, David Earls and Mark Brennan
Dublin County Board admit defeat in concert row
The Dublin County Board has admitted they will have to accept the "unacceptable consequences" of the rescheduling of club fixtures arising from rock star Bruce Springsteen's Croke Park concerts at the end of May.
Allianz Hurling League: What lies ahead
We look at how the sides in the top divisions are shaping up ahead of this season's Allianz Hurling League.
Sligo's Martyn eyes return despite second stroke
Sinead Farrell reveals why Sligo footballer Johnny Martyn is looking to return to the game, despite suffering two strokes already in his career.
Column: Déise boss McGrath has big calls to make
Stick, twist or tweak? That's the conundrum facing Waterford senior hurling manager Derek McGrath ahead of Sunday's Allianz Hurling League start.
Sean Finn injury blow for Limerick
The Limerick senior and Under-21 hurlers have been dealt a blow after Sean Finn was ruled out for the rest of the season with a cruciate ligament tear.
Noel McGrath relishing hurling after cancer fight
Tipperary star Noel McGrath has a new-found appreciation of hurling and he simply cannot wait for the start of the Allianz League season this weekend following his successful 2015 battle with cancer.
Column: Dubs' strength ominous for chasing pack
Former Galway All-Ireland winning captain Ray Silke believes it's not beyond the realms of possibility that Dublin will go the entire year unbeaten.
VIDEO: Allianz Hurling League Launch
Watch the official launch of the 2016 Allianz Hurling League from Croke Park from earlier today.
Ladies' NFL round-up: Kerry defeat Cork
There were wins for Kerry, Mayo, Armagh and Galway in today's Lidl Ladies National Football League action.
McStay: Rossies absolutely deserved Kerry win
Roscommon co-manager Kevin McStay said his men were "absolutely deserving" of their first ever Allianz Football League win in Kerry on Sunday.
Healy: Cork will respond after 'poor' display
Cork manager Peadar Healy said his side could have "no excuses" after their 10-point defeat to Donegal but insists they will bounce back from the battering in Ballyshannon.
Division 3 round-up: Home comforts all round
Kildare, Longford, Sligo, Tipperary all claimed home wins in Division 3 of the Allianz Football League this afternoon.
Bennettsbridge add inter title to junior crown
Bennettsbridge claimed an historic AIB All-Ireland club intermediate hurling title success against Abbeyknockmoy at Croke Park today, while Glenmore overcome Eoghan Rua, Coleraine in the junior final.
Monaghan hold off late Down rally
Monaghan just about held out in a frenetic finish for a 0-13 to 0-11 win over a resurgent Down at St Tiarnach's Park, as the hosts made it two wins from two outings in Division 1 of the Allianz Football League.
Donegal drub Cork to remain in top spot
Donegal stay top of the Allianz Football League Division 1 table after an impressive 2-14 to 1-07 victory against Cork at Fr Tierney Park.