Kerry's Darran O'Sullivan has retired from inter-county football.
Dublin star Paul Mannion has voiced his opposition to gaelic football's proposed new rules.
Paudie O’Sullivan knows what is being said about Imokilly.
All-Star Dublin forward Paul Mannion has claimed that the GAA’s proposed rule changes are “a really bad idea” and that the sin-bin suggestion could lead to “complete chaos”.
Croke Park issued no directive to county boards to raise their county final ticket prices to €20.
Shane Dowling looking for more silverware: ‘If we can match their hunger, we hope our hurling will take over’
Shane Dowling admits a break would be welcome but the prospect of claiming another county title with Na Piarsaigh can’t be turned down.
Veteran David Gallagher admitted it was worth sticking it out for 20 years to complete a remarkable treble of Meath SFC titles with his club.
Derry teenager Anton Tohill will be hoping to succeed where his father Anthony failed by carving out a career in the AFL after being signed by Melbourne giants Collingwood.
The Limerick camogie board have defended the process which saw Crecora nominated to represent the county in the Munster junior championship in controversial circumstances.
Saturday’s final at CIT will not be forgotten by Michael Currane anytime soon.
Carnacon are back in the Mayo SFC ladies final after running out comfortable 19-point winners over Moy Davitts in Foxford yesterday.
Well, this is a unique way to celebrate a county title.
Aidan O'Shea says winning a Mayo SFC title with Breaffy next Sunday would be his greatest achievement in football.
Club GAA podcast: Division envy in Cork, what's driving Na Piarsaigh, Clifford v Geaney but no O'Connor, and Ennistymon joy
Imokilly, ‘the Beast from the East’, won the Cork senior hurling final but not everyone on Leeside is thrilled for them.
Manager Paddy O'Rourke was full of praise for former Armagh sharpshooter Steven McDonnell after Burren denied Kilcoo an unprecedented seven-in-a-row of Down SFC titles yesterday.
Cushendall defeated St Johns at the second time of asking to set up a familiar Antrim SHC final pairing with Loughgiel in two weeks' time.
Eoin Cleary scored 0-8 for Miltown-Malbay as they overcame Cratloe by 1-15 to 1-8 yesterday to qualify for the Clare SFC decider.
Bennettsbridge have made the Kilkenny SHC final just four years after winning the junior title.
RTÉ Sport are delighted to be media partners on the new 20x20 campaign that seeks to increase participation, media coverage and attendances at women's sport by 20% by 2020.
Ardfinnan and Moyle Rovers will contest the Tipperary SFC final on 28 October after both sides caused upsets in yesterday's semi-finals.
Anton Tohill has followed in the footsteps of his famous father Anthony by signing for an AFL club.
It seems sexism is alive and well in Gaelic games.
Eighteen time All-Ireland medal winner Rena Buckley has told of being asked to award medals at a boys and girls underage GAA presentation, but being informed last minute that she would not be allowed to present them to boys.
A referee was allegedly assaulted following a club game in Galway yesterday.
Louth won't have home advantage against Dublin in the event of the teams meeting in next year's Leinster SFC quarter-final.
Leitrim GAA have gone overseas to find a new main sponsor.
The county final season is in full swing...
AFL side Carlton have confirmed that Ciaran Byrne and Cillian McDaid have left the club to return to Ireland.
Less than a week after moving their county SHC final to a Sunday afternoon, Limerick's CCC have switched it back to a Saturday night.
"Midleton were sharp early on in the second half, they were penetrating us, but Seamie (Harnedy) got a ball underneath the stand and slapped it over the bar and set us up again."
Louth's Ciaran Byrne and Galway's Cillian McDaid have left the Carlton Blues.
Seamus Harnedy praised Imokilly's leaders after they retained the Sean Og Murphy Cup with a decisive victory over Midleton.
Dunboyne were inspired by Sean Cox as they ended a 13-year wait for Meath SFC honours yesterday.
Dunboyne GAA club chairman Fergus McNulty revealed that Sean Cox served as an inspiration for his club's senior footballers after they battled their way to the Meath SFC title.
Clann na nGael produced a devastating performance to dethrone neighbours St Brigid's and win their 21st Fahey Cup in glorious sunshine at Dr. Hyde Park.
Burren tore up the script and smashed Kilcoo's dreams of a winning a seventh successive Down title with a brave victory in Pairc Esler.
Mount Leinster Rangers have won the Carlow senior hurling championship for the eighth time in their history
St Jude's will face southside rivals Kilmacud Crokes in the Dublin SFC final after pulling off a shock 2-11 to 0-8 victory over St Vincent's at Parnell Park.
A stunning second half performance from Aughawillan saw them defeat defending champions Mohill in this afternoon's Connacht Gold Leitrim SFC final.
There were big names in action all over the country in semi-finals, including at the homes of the hurling and football All-Ireland holders.
Rhode made it three Offaly senior championship titles in a row and 29 titles in total with relative ease this afternoon, as they cruised to a comfortable win over Ferbane at Bord na Móna O'Connor Park in Tullamore, powered by a stunning display of scoring from their inside forward line.
East Cork divisional side Imokilly retained the Cork county SHC with a convincing win over Midleton at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday afternoon.
Former Dublin attacker Stuart Lowndes hit the crucial goal five minutes from time to secure just a third Meath SFC title for St Peter's, Dunboyne.
Portlaoise are Laois senior football champions for a 34th time - and 11th in 12 years - following their latest county final win over O'Dempsey's in O'Moore Park this afternoon.
Tourlestrane made history at west Sligo's Quigbar when they won the Sligo SFC for the third year in succession thanks to a composed and effective defeat of their south Sligo neighbours, Tubbercurry.
Mullinalaghta were crowned Longford Senior Football Champions for the third year in succession, after a fully deserved victory over Abbeylara, with the latter now failing to win five finals in the last four years.
This was a ding-dong battle and the two teams will have to go at it again next Saturday to find a winner.
Kerry manager Peter Keane believes Maurice Fitzgerald could well be a future Kingdom manager, but for now is pleased to have his close friend in his backroom team for 2019.
We run the rule over the finals that are down for decision in both codes
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