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Aidan O'Shea will miss the start of Mayo's Allianz League campaign because of ankle injury picked up playing basketball.
Cork hurling manager Kieran Kingston feels there is a better foundation within the set-up ahead of their Allianz League Division 1 campaign.
New Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald was keen to keep a lid on expectations for his side in 2017 after seeing his side edged out by Kilkenny by the narrowest of margins in their Walsh Cup semi-final in New Ross.
Paul Clarke believes 'eight or nine' players from his O'Byrne Cup squad have put themselves in the frame for the Dublin squad, while yesterday's charges 'could hold their own in Leinster.'
James McMahon assesses the lie of the land ahead of the Allianz Football League, with reputations on the line as both management and players look to make an impact.
The gap between the haves and have-nots in Gaelic football is increasing and Westmeath boss Tom Cribbin wants the GAA to level the playing field.
Dublin stand-in manager Paul Clarke believes that it is 'disrespectful' to call his side the 'second and third string' after their O'Byrne Cup success.
Cora Staunton scored 1-08 but couldn't prevent defeat for Mayo against Connacht rivals Galway on the opening day of the Lidl Ladies National Football League campaign.
Kilkenny fought hard to claim a place in the Walsh Cup final with a one-point win over Wexford in New Ross.
lan Cadogan bagged a winning goal in the fifth minute of stoppage time as Cork edged out Limerick by just a single point in the Co-Op Superstores.ie Munster SH League final.
Galway retained the FBD League Connacht league crown in an entertaining final at Kiltoom.
All-Ireland SFC holders Dublin flexed their muscle in ominous fashion by claiming the Bord na Mona O'Byrne Cup with essentially their third team.
Galway manager Kevin Walsh said he won't target "too much too early" after the Tribesmen retained their FBD League crown against Roscommon.
The finals of the O'Byrne Cup, FBD Connacht League and Munster Hurling League are all down for decision, along with last-four action in the Intermediate and Junior club championships, writes James McMahon.
Goals from Colm Cavanagh and Peter Harte eased Tyrone to victory over Derry in the McKenna Cup final at Pairc Esler on Saturday night.
Galway are through to the Walsh Cup final after a comprehensive 4-37 to 0-15 win over IT Carlow at Pearse Stadium.
Cora Staunton will be committing to Mayo senior ladies for a 23rd season, ending speculation that she would call time on her inter-county career.
Stand-in Dublin manager Paul Clarke reckons that a number of young players have given boss Jim Gavin food for thought during their run to the O'Byrne Cup final.
Cork got the better of Clare in the Munster Hurling League in testing conditions with a powerful second-half display to book their place in Sunday's final against Limerick.
Waterford hurling manager Derek McGrath hopes the experience of self-funding a recent squad trip to Liverpool will bring his players even closer together. The Deise County squad raised the funds for the trip themselves.