Here are some of new 2020 LGFA Player of the Year Aimee Mackin's best scores in recent years.
Five-time All-Ireland winner Tomás Ó Sé has backed the decision to define a split season between inter-county and club championships.
New GAA president Larry McCarthy has outlined that "getting back on the field" remains top of the agenda for the association at the moment.
Bhí an coróinvíreas linn le linn Sheachtain na Gaeilge 2020, agus deireadh curtha le himeachtaí, le hócáidí agus le rudaí
GAA director general Tom Ryan has cast doubt over whether the Tailteann Cup will go ahead in 2021.
Former Tipperary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins has described the introduction of the sin bin in hurling as "a positive step forward" for the sport.
Former Galway football boss Kevin Walsh feels Dublin should be playing away from Croke Park more often, citing the All-Ireland champions as having regular games at headquarters as unfair.
Tomás Ó Sé welcomes the move to tackle 'professional fouls' in Gaelic football but is concerned that including it under the black card rule could make life even more difficult for referees.
Brendan Cummins says the introduction of the sin bin in hurling will increase the pressure on referees, but doesn't envisage players diving in order to gain an advantage.
Kevin Walsh has called on the chasing pack to "get their houses in order" and catch up with Dublin.
Former Wexford chairman and current Leinster vice-chairman Derek Kent has been appointed as the chair of the Central Competitions Control Committee.
New GAA president Larry McCarthy says he doesn't have a preference for what format the All-Ireland football championship will assume.
Two-time All-Ireland winner Kevin Walsh tells RTÉ's Sunday Sport that the GAA needs to address the "advantage" Dublin have by getting to play so many games at Croke Park.
Hurling sin-bin, penalties for cynical fouls, split-season approved and joint-captains banned from receiving trophies. Here's some of the Twitter reactions as the first virtual GAA Congress took place yesterday...
Shelmaliers star Conor Hearne and Starlights goalkeeper Pa Doyle have been named the Wexford Club Hurler and Footballer of the Year for 2020.
Meath star Vikki Wall has spoken openly about the verbal abuse she has been regularly subjected to from the sidelines.
New GAA President Larry McCarthy has urged the Government to let underage players return to action as soon as possible, once it's safe to do so.
Dublin had six players on the Senior Team of the Championship, with four representatives from Cork, and Tipperary’s Aishling Moloney picked at full-forward
The 2020 Ladies Senior, Intermediate and Junior Teams of the Championship, along with the Players of the Year in each grade, were announced on a special programme aired on TG4 this evening.
Armagh forward Aimee Mackin has been crowned TG4 Senior Players' Player of the Year for 2020.
A motion seeking to end the role of the 'maor foirne' has proved successful.
A sin-bin will be trialled in this year's hurling league and championships.
A sin bin will be trialled in hurling this year as part of a crackdown on cynical play, which will also see penalties awarded in hurling and Gaelic football when a clear goal-scoring opportunity is denied.
The All-Ireland junior football championship has been restored after a motion was passed at Congress this afternoon.
Joint-captains will no longer be allowed to accept a trophy together on behalf of a winning team.
The GAA have formally approved the 'split-season' model between club and county competitions which will see All-Ireland finals taking place no later than mid-July from next year.
Incoming GAA President Larry McCarthy stressed the importance of open competition in the arena of TV rights but his priority now is to get games played and generate matchday income.
Ger Loughnane has expressed support for the introduction of a black card into hurling to address cynical play.
Donegal Gaels are among the recipients for Gradaim an Uachtaráin 2021. These prestigious annual awards, organised with the support of
Étain Devlin of Sean Treacy’s Hurling Club Lurgan has been highly commended in the Translink Young GAA Volunteer Of The
With Covid-19 restrictions, this year's GAA Annual Congress will be held as a virtual event, taking place today from 10am.
The virtual Congress delegates vote in favour of a hurling sin bin, the split club-county season and eradication of the Maor Foirne rule.
Six months after becoming a mother for the first time, Roscommon footballer Alice Kelly has committed to the inter-county team once again.
Kerry captain Aislinn Desmond speaks to RTÉ's Game On about dealing with the wait to return to inter-county training and competitive action.
Gaelic Players Association boss Paul Flynn has written to GAA director general Tom Ryan requesting that the cynical play/sinbin/penalty motion be withdrawn from Annual Congress this Saturday.
It's been a big relief to get back to full training this week but there's challenges ahead to get back into a winning team, writes Ailish Considine.
Tyrone attacker Harry Loughran has been forced to quit the game at the age of 26 due to injury.
The GAA has confirmed to county boards that they are seeking clarity from the Government on certain aspects of the new roadmap of dealing with Covid-19, citing difficulties in streamlining fixtures as a huge challenge in the weeks and months ahead.
Outgoing GAA president John Horan has aired his confidence that the club championships, Allianz Leagues and All-Ireland championships will all be completed as long as training is allowed to resume in six weeks' time.
We recall the events of 20 years ago when Foot and Mouth forced the suspension of all sporting activity in Ireland.
Outgoing GAA president John Horan has said the association has no intention of "putting a whole load more games behind a pay wall" when the TV rights come up for negotiation this year, despite writing to the government to request no further games should be designated free-to-air.
The GAA's Covid-19 Advisory Group is set to meet in the coming days to assess developments from the Government's latest national roadmap.
The GAA is hoping for a 5 April return to inter-county activity if the country moves to Level 4 after no change to elite status under the Government's Living with Covid plan.
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Ulster champions Cavan have picked up three awards on the PwC All-Star Football Team for 2020. The Breffni County had
Ulster GAA has just launched its fifth Strategic Plan entitled ‘Sustaining Clubs and Building Capacity – Ag Cothú Clubanna
A number of upcoming Safeguarding Courses are available for training Club Officers throughout the province. Children’s Officer Webinar – Saturday
Six hurlers from Ulster have been selected on the 2020 GAA/GPA Champions 15 team for their displays in the 2020