Last year
# Ladies Football
'It’s so tough. You know how challenging, mentally and physically, it is'
Injuries have hit Westmeath hard in this year’s Division 1 league campaign.
All time
# On the Move
'There was an offer made and respectfully Quinn’s made a decision too. That’s just life, that’s rugby'
Connacht coach Andy Friend reacted to the news of Quinn Roux’s departure.
# heading on tour
'It’s due recognition for a man who has made a lot of sacrifices' - Connacht coach hails Aki's Lions inclusion
It’s 38 years since Connacht last had a representative in the Lions squad.
# Setback
'We're keeping them in the loop' - Munster updating Springboks on Snyman fitness ahead of Lions tour
The South African lock will have minor surgery on a fresh knee injury this week.
# Treatment Table
'He just has to hang in there' - Munster hopeful of Snyman recovery from latest knee injury
The South African lock only lasted eight minutes into his Munster debut last August.
# Rebel Roar
'Saying we are a team in transition is really starting to grate on us' - Cork star eyeing glory after long road with injury
Niamh Cotter: ‘It’s a bit of a cop out. I think that’s something we are really keen to move away from and maybe prove some of the doubters wrong.’
# home comforts
Club call and family first - Down star eyeing glory after AFLW stint and three-and-a-half years away
‘It was amazing to come home. I feel it was the right call. I wasn’t sure if I’d ever get to play with the club again.’
# back at it
'You don’t have to give up everything once you have a child'
Roscommon footballer Alice Kelly has returned to the county panel after becoming a mother for the first time last August.
# five in a rowe
No departures so far with Dublin all in for Drive for Five, says Player of the Year nominee
Carla Rowe: ‘Obviously it is not about the five-in-a-row, but your goal is to win an All-Ireland every year.’
# Take a Bow
Fermanagh hold off Wicklow to claim second All-Ireland Junior crown in 3 years
Eimear Smyth’s goal 13 minutes from time proved decisive.
# on the boyle
Connacht's captain fantastic scores hat-trick and inspires Westerners to bonus-point win over Benetton
Paul Boyle shone under Friday Night Lights as he captained the province for the first time.
# Report
Seven-goal Wicklow set up All-Ireland final meeting with Fermanagh
The sides will contest the TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship decider after today’s semi-final victories.
# Galway march on
Harte goal the difference as Galway see off Tipperary in thriller
Shane O’Neill’s side will face Limerick in an All-Ireland semi-final next week.
# Close Call
'I'm just so lucky I have all my teeth and both my eyes'
Wicklow star Meadhbh Deeney has made a full recovery from a serious bicycle crash and is back leading the line for her county.
# mackin magic
The four siblings hoping to lead Armagh to glory - one having just returned from a serious knee injury
Aimee Mackin: ‘I don’t think my mum could watch me that first day back.’
# Rebel Yell
Noonan goal the difference as Cork overcome Kingdom
10 points from Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh almost carried Kerry into the knock-out stages.
# one to remember
Wedding joy and a big championship win make for the perfect weekend in white
Last weekend was one to remember for Kildare defender and newly-wed Claire Sullivan.
# Nail-Biter
Monaghan see off Tipp by slenderest of margins to set up group decider with Galway
A blistering first quarter for Monaghan proved pivotal despite two-goal Tipp’s best efforts throughout.
# spooked
Dublin survive the shock of their lives as freak goal sees them past Donegal
Sinead Aherne’s fortuitous strike proved decisive as Donegal’s comeback attempt fell short.
# back of the net
Armagh and Tyrone hit nine goals but McCoy hat-trick powers Orchard county to impressive win
There was 12 points between the sides at the end of this Group 4 clash.
# carnacon class
Phenomenal club exploits but tough test awaits, the Cora factor and 'a real eye-opener' coaching in the men's game
Carnacon captain Fiona McHale leads the Mayo powerhouse into battle against Kilkerrin/Clonberne in today’s Connacht senior club semi-final.
# brilliant ballymac
'My parents haven’t missed a match, ever' - aiming for 39 in-a-row without biggest fans watching on
Ballymacarbry joint-captain Aileen Wall hopes to lead her club to a 39th straight Waterford SFC title this weekend.
# Still got it
'It just reminded me of how much I enjoyed football' - Cork great loving Dublin club player-manager role
Multiple All-Ireland champion Valerie Mulcahy is hoping to steer Ballyboden St Enda’s to the Dublin senior final.
# Rebel Roar
'I’ve loved being back home and being able to commit to club' - three championship games in six days for two teams
Cork star Áine Terry O’Sullivan is facing into a hectic schedule with Beara and West Cork.
# Return
‘It’s nearly a drug for me, especially as you get older and you have kids'
Therese Scott is back in the Monaghan fold.
# On Guard
Life as a new Garda, a whirlwind year and love for club and county as football takes a backseat
‘Every day is different,’ says Sligo’s Denise McGrath. ‘With every call you never know what’s coming around the corner. It’s a very exciting job.’
# frank and honest
'I think it's terribly sad what’s going on in Mayo' - From the Green and Red to Connacht rivals Galway
Galway ladies coach Frank Browne details his journey from Mayo to the Tribe, and calls for mediation to solve the problems in his former county.
# Scare
'He is still in the induced coma, he is still on a ventilator' - Kerry star on father's Covid-19 battle
‘We haven’t seen him since he went in to hospital, which is the toughest part,’ says Fiadhna Tagney.
# Down memory lane
'It’s nice to see your son or daughter receive an All-Ireland cup in Croke Park. That was very special for him'
Former Kerry ladies captain Eileen Lawlor (Dardis) is the holder of 10 All-Ireland senior medals and a member of the Kingdom nine-in-a-row winning team.
# fight against covid-19
'It is kind of surreal, sometimes you think you are dreaming. Then you realise it’s real life'
Galway star and medical professional Tracey Leonard is on the frontline in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
# Wrap
Galway return to top of Division 1 table as Dublin ease relegation worries
A round-up of all the action across the Lidl National Football League action.
# best in the west
Four-goal Galway beat Roscommon to claim second straight Connacht U20 title
Tomo Culhane, Jonathan McGrath, Ryan and Cian Monahan netted one apiece as the Tribe comfortably saw off Roscommon.
# Round-Up
Tipp star lands late equaliser to hold All-Ireland champions Dublin as Déise overcome Galway
Aishling Moloney converted a free to ensure a share of the spoils.
# Off the Mark
Canning and Haran combine for 0-18 as Galway begin league with 17-point win
The Tribesmen got the better of Westmeath in Pearse Stadium.
# New Era
Heffernan eyes vacant Irish hooker slot after inclusion in Farrell's Six Nations squad
‘Obviously Rory Best had the jersey pretty much locked down for the last number of years. There probably is a bit of an opening there.’
# College Clash
NUIG's Finnerty strikes 1-9 but champions UCC survive test to progress in Sigerson Cup
There was plenty action elsewhere in the Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup today.
# pointing the way
0-12 for NUIG's Niland but Conway's 0-7 tally helps UCC to win Fitzgibbon Cup opener
A two-point success today for the champions in Dangan.
# Inter-pro
Connacht go to RDS believing they can break Leinster streak
‘Generally when results go against us it’s…us shooting ourselves in the foot.’
# mvp moloney
Football and education first for two-time Tipp All-Ireland winner, but lure of AFLW remains
‘I have been approached by a few AFL clubs about going over, but it is not something that suits me at the minute,’ says Aishling Moloney.
# Setback
Quinn Roux's hopes of Six Nations role dashed by surgery on hand injury
The 29-year-old Connacht lock was recently called into Andy Farrell’s first Irish get-together.