Aligning all branches of the GAA under one umbrella has always seemed like a logical move, and people invariably question why it isn't already so, writes Sinead Farrell.
Lee Keegan's attempt at putting Dean Rock off that late free in this year's All-Ireland final has been hailed as 'genius' by Rock's Dublin team-mate Kevin McManamon.
More county finals in both codes along with a provincial hurling decider, makes for a busy Sunday of GAA action.
The county finals just keep on coming.
For the sixth successive season, Tir Chonaill Gaels will contest the London Senior Football Final. Built on Irish pride and supplemented by local buy-in, the urban club continues to go from strength-to-strength.
Donegal have paid tribute to Pat Shovelin, "a genuine soul who will never be forgotten", after the goalkeeping coach passed away following a battle with cancer.
Kevin McManamon has described Lee Keegan's infamous decision to throw his GPS tracker at Dean Rock before he hit the free that won Dublin the Sam Maguire as "genius".
Donegal GAA is tonight mourning the passing of 2012 All-Ireland winning goalkeeping coach Pat Shovelin after a long illness.
Discipline went out the window at a couple of Leinster club football games today.
Two-time All-Ireland-winning Tipperary goalkeeper Darren Gleeson has announced his retirement.
Tipperary's two-time All-Ireland winning goalkeeper Darren Gleeson has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling.
Ten players were sent off today in a Leinster club intermediate match between Louth team O'Connells and Kilbride of Carlow.
Just seven games went ahead in the Leinster club championships today owing to Storm Brian.
Fergal Boland scored two almost identical goals in the space of three second half minutes as Tooreen stopped Ballyhaunis' four-in-a-row bid with a 2-10 to 0-6 victory in a rain-soaked Mayo SHC final at Adrian Freeman Park, Tooreen.
There were red cards aplenty in today's Leinster club IFC game between O'Connell's of Louth and Carlow's Kilbride in Castlebellingham.
Following the postponement of today's scheduled Galway SHC quarter-final ties - Sarsfields v Cappataggle and Gort v Killimordaly - all four quarter-finals will take place tomorrow.
Goals in either half from Kevin Bartlett and Roddy McDonald helped Scotland to a 2-12 to 0-15 victory over a wasteful Ireland in this afternoon's Senior Hurling-Shinty International at Bught Park.
Ireland lost out to Scotland for the second year in a row in the Hurling / Shinty international at Inverness, going down 2-12 to 0-15.
Tipperary's Martin Dunne has announced his retirement from inter-county football.
Calving cows and live score updates from Brewster Park, it's all go for those involved in keeping GAA supporters in touch with their clubs and counties via social media.
Bernard Brogan is baffled by some of the criticism levelled at Dublin since they completed a three-in-a-row of All-Ireland wins last month.
Cian Boland is hoping the new hurling championship format will see Dublin play more games in Parnell Park.
Numerous GAA fixtures scheduled for today have been postponed due to Storm Brian.
An inspiring young GAA volunteer from Ardoyne Kickhams Ladies GAC has picked up the prestigious Translink Young GAA Volunteer of the Month award
Carlow manager Turlough O'Brien is opposed to any moves to introduce an All-Ireland 'B' football championship.
Conor McDonald has joked that Wexford could have found a new full forward after spending time in Anthony Joshua's training camp this week.
Kildare's Emmet Bolton has brought the curtain down on his decade-long senior inter-county career.
Paul Flynn will continue playing for Dublin in 2018.
A Clare politician has warned that hurlers from the county might be lost to Limerick if proposed county boundary changes are implemented.
Kildare's Emmet Bolton has called time on his inter-county career.
Young people from Banbridge today participated in a highly successful multi-sport schools roadshow.
Sean Cavanagh fears that the GAA's major overhaul of inter-county structures won't help club players at all.
Turlough O'Brien is hoping Carlow football will benefit long-term from this year's high profile Championship run, but fears that the new All-Ireland football structures won't help weaker counties.
No Dublin players are expected to travel to Australia for next month's International Rules series, which would be the first time the reigning All-Ireland champions have not been represented in the squad.
Corofin defender Kieran Fitzgerald is already looking forward despite picking up his 12th Galway SFC medal last weekend.
Paul Flynn has confirmed that he'll be playing for Dublin again next year - if manager Jim Gavin wants him on the Dubs panel.
Regardless of the significant changes to next year's championships, last night’s 2018 football draw and release of the provincial hurling schedule was hardly heart-stopping stuff.
2010 All-Ireland winner Ciaran Sheehan has been released by Aussies Rules outfit Carlton.
Tipperary forward Noel McGrath and Galway goalkeeper Colm Callanan have both expressed their enthusiasm for the new hurling Championship format.
New Cork senior hurling manager John Meyler admits that the opportunity to take charge of the county came sooner than he expected, but he is confident that he's ready for the challenge.
After playing hardly any part in Tipperary's quest to retain their All-Ireland hurling crown, Cathal Barrett is set to rejoin Michael Ryan's squad for the 2018 season.
All-Ireland hurling champions Galway will begin the defence of their title with a Leinster round-robin game with Offaly in O'Connor Park in May, with football king-pins Dublin away to either Offaly or Wicklow in their provincial quarter-final.
The winners of the 2018 Allianz Hurling League will travel to Australia to take on All-Ireland champions Galway in an exhibition game, it has been confirmed.
A record 24 men’s teams and 7 ladies teams will compete over the next 2 weekends at Garvaghey to find the 2017 Ulster Inter Firms Football Champions.
Ulster GAA is delighted to announce that it’s planning a new Young Leaders Programme targeting outstanding young GAA volunteers from across Ulster’s nine counties. This exciting and innovative programme will be the first of its kind in Ulster and has been made possible with the support of the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund. Ulster GAA President […]
The third and final U-14 Academy Football Blitz of 2017 took place on Saturday 14th October across two venues - Owenbeg, Dungiven and Lissan, Fermanagh.
The first Football action of the 2017 AIB Ulster Club Championships took place on Sunday 15th October with preliminary round matches in the Senior, Intermediate & Junior competitions.
Translink and Ulster GAA launch new award to celebrate grass roots coaches
Ulster GAA and the Irish Football Association have welcomed today's announcement by the Department of Education to continue funding the Curriculum Sports Programme until the end of this financial year.
A number of students of the GAA from Monaghan and Dublin have graduated with the Level 3 OCN Diploma in GAA Team Management at a ceremony in Navan Centre, Armagh.