No prizes for guessing what was the most talked about GAA related twitter exchange this past weekend…
Brian Cody doesn't agree with Jackie Tyrrell's assertion that Limerick are outside the top three hurling counties at present.
Joe Quaid was a happy man after his Westmeath side maintained their 100% record in Division 2A with a win over Antrim in Belfast.
Liam Sheedy didn’t require much coaxing to part company with his views on referee Colm Lyons’ performance.
Eddie Brennan praised Laois' team-work after they registered their first win in Division 1B at Offaly's expense on Saturday night.
Manager Neal Peden cut a dejected figure after Antrim's Division 2A promotion hopes were ended by Westmeath.
The Lidl sponsored Comórtas Peile Páidi Ó Sé 2019, the famed Gaelic football festival saw 42 teams coming from 17 counties, England, Scotland and the United Arab Emirates to play in senior, intermediate and junior men's and ladies competitions all over the Dingle Peninsula this weekend. The weather was mixed with rain mostly on Saturday for the majority of teams but this was followed by glorious sunshine today on the peninsula and some lovely football was served up.
"Today we were delighted just to see some of the stuff we've been working on in training produced on the pitch. That's all credit to the boys."
Limerick's perfect start tot he Allianz League is an indication that they will be serious contenders again in 2019, according to Michael Duignan.
Liam Sheedy hit out at the performance of referee Colm Lyons after Tipperary's defeat to Wexford.
Kevin Martin admitted that Offaly's first half performance against Laois on Saturday night was unacceptable.
As the game of hurling continues to evolve, the expectations around positions and the responsibilities attributed to them, continues to evolve also.
That Tipperary have only one league win from three outings is not a concern for Liam Sheedy.
Early last month, Seamus Flanagan was asked about the challenge facing Limerick in 2019.
Scoreboard To the chorus of voices who argue that counties have adopted a blasé approach to this league, given the threat of relegation is off the table, yesterday’s second half from Wexford Park should be made compulsory viewing.
This was a convincing and routine win for Galway as they easily bettered Dublin to claim both the league points on offer at Pearse Stadium.
Ailish O’Reilly hit 1-3 while Carrie Dolan slotted eight points from placed balls as Galway assured themselves of a place in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 semi-finals when defeating Waterford 1-14 to 1-6 at Carriganore.
A first-half blitz from Laois saw them claim a crucial Allianz Hurling League Division 1B win over Offaly on Saturday night.
So far, so good for Paraic Fanning in Division 1B of the Allianz League.
Kerry had far too much firepower for a disappointing Mayo side in this one-sided Allianz Hurling League Division 2A tie at Austin Stack Park yesterday.
Three wins from three means Limerick have room to manoeuvre and to tweak their team but John Kiely seemed almost aghast at the invitation to ease off.
Galway manager Micheál Donoghue has been happy to add depth to his squad in this year's National League campaign, noting that the westerners have used over 30 players in their first three games in Division 1B.
Wexford timed their run to perfection against Tipperary today and match winner Aidan Nolan was delighted they came through on the right side of the scoreline.
Limerick's work-rate and use of possession were key ingredients in their winning formula against Kilkenny today, according to John Kiely.
Liam Sheedy was disappointed his Tipperary side couldn't hang on for at least a point against Wexford but declared himself reasonably satisfied with their progress in his second spell in charge.
A pre-match team talk from 11-year-old Michael O'Brien from Kerry was the catalyst for Wexford's dramatic late Allianz HL Division 1A victory over Tipperary in Innovate Wexford Park today.
Meath moved back to the summit of Division 3 in the Lidl Ladies National Football League following a comfortable victory over Sligo.
Ailish O'Reilly hit a goal and three points while Carrie Dolan slotted eight points from placed balls as Galway assured themselves of a place in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 semi-finals when getting the better of Waterford by 1-14 to 1-6 at Carriganore.
Kilkenny manager Brian Cody says he doesn't regard his side's nine-point home defeat to Limerick as a 'disaster' and stressed that the Cats could take positives from the afternoon.
Aidan Nolan cracked Tipperary with an injury-time match-winner as Wexford fought back to secure victory at Innovate Wexford Park.
Westmeath make it three from three in 2A, Derry lead the charge in 2B, Roscommon the onlyu side unbeaten in 3A and in 3B, Sligo emphatically take top spot
After a Tony Kelly point was waved wide against Cork last night, should sliotars be luminous to aid umpires?
A thrilling burst of Limerick scoring just before half-time at Nowlan Park eased the All-Ireland champions to a surprisingly comfortable Allianz NHL Division 1A win.
UCC are through to the final of the Sigerson Cup after edging out NUIG in what was a competitive semi final against.
Kerry star Sean O'Shea netted two goals as UCC qualified for this year's Sigerson Cup final.
A hard-earned two-point win over Kildare today sees Derry take over in pole position on the Allianz HL Division 2B table.
Unbeaten Westmeath maintained their push for promotion with a two-point victory over Antrim today while there were also wins for Kerry and Meath.
AILISH O'REILLY hit a goal and three points while Carrie Dolan slotted eight points from placed balls as Galway assured themselves of a place in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 Semi-Finals when getting the better of Waterford by 1-14 to 1-6 at Carriganore.
Tom Condon says that winning the All-Ireland last year has carried the Treaty men through the winter as they made it three wins from three at Nowlan Park.
An injury-time Aidan Nolan point saw Wexford claim the spoils against 14-man Tipperary in today's round 3 encounter at Innovate Wexford Park.
Galway proved that their draw against Carlow last time out was a nothing more than a blip with a six-point defeat of Dublin in Pearse Stadium today.
Two goals in the space of a minute approaching half-time sent Limerick on the road to an impressive nine-point round 3 victory over Kilkenny at Nowlan Park today.
Cathal Mannion hit four points from midfield as Galway maintained their unbeaten start to Division 1B campaign with a convincing win over Mattie Kenny's Dublin at Pearse Stadium.
Ulster representatives claimed five titles at Saturday's All Ireland Scór na nÓg final in Castlebar
There were some fantastic matches down for decision this afternoon as Round Three of the national hurling league concluded.
Laois manager Eddie Brennan secured his first big win since taking charge of the O'Moore County as his charges took the spoils in tonight's midlands derby, beating Offaly 3-17 to 2-16.
Having fought back from three points and a man down in the first half of an All-Ireland semi-final, Fionn Fitzgerald says the character of Dr Crokes shone through in Thurles.
This way for the who, what, where and when as All-Ireland champions Limerick's visit to Nowlan Park highlights round three of the League.
All but four of Cork's 20 points against Clare in their Allianz hurling encounter came from Patrick Horgan and 15 of those from placed balls. Little wonder the Banner will rue their ill-discipline in defence.
A bizarre game went the way of Cork at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday night as they earned their first Allianz HL Division 1A win of the year.