All time
# Fixtures
All-Ireland champions Meath to open league campaign against Cork
Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 holders Dublin will face Waterford on the opening weekend.
# recognition
Mackin sees off competition from Dublin duo to claim Player of the Year award
The Dubs have six players in the Team of the Championship.
# goldie
'There’s so much anxiety, challenges and uncertainty. People’s mental health is the most important part'
Dublin star Sinéad Goldrick on life during the current Covid-19 pandemic and missing social interaction with her team-mates.
Galway-Mayo rivalry and Dublin aim to make amends: Allianz Football League talking points
Four huge games in store this weekend in Croke Park.
# On The Mend
'I felt sick and insanely tired' - All-Ireland winner McGuinness recovering after Covid-19 illness
Marian McGuinness describes what it is like to be diagnosed with the coronavirus, and her path to recovery.
# Going for distance
LGFA Congress pass innovative two-point rule for placed 45s
Meanwhile, a motion to support players with dual status was rejected.
# Rivals
Stack relishing potential Cork-Dublin showdown
There’s lots of football yet to be played but the counties are on course to clash in the All-Ireland semi-finals.
# Ladies Football
Cork, Dublin, Donegal and Galway unveil starting teams ahead of football league semi-finals
The Division 1 semi-finals are both down for decision this weekend.
# Roundup
Carey goal seals Antrim win while Nesbitt and Grimes keep Royals' promotion push on course
Three rearranged fixtures from Round 1 in the Lidl Ladies National League took place this weekend.
# Interview
'I know myself with injury, it’s hard to feel a part of it when you haven’t really participated in the win'
Kilkerrin-Clonberne captain Louise Ward ready to give sidelined sister Nicola one more day out before the season’s close as Mourneabbey clash looms.
# Winning
'Amelia was only born and they were onto me to get back out!' - Balancing motherhood and football
Cathriona McConnell’s Donaghmoyne face Foxrock-Cabinteely in the All-Ireland club semi-final tomorrow.
# every day's a school day
'We’re able to find the right balance between me being their team-mate and their teacher'
Mourneabbey skipper Bríd O’Sullivan is leading six students into their All-Ireland semi-final battle.
# Family affair
'She had to make a conscious decision' - Fox-Cab boss Ring praises injury-plagued daughter
Former Dublin star Amy Ring had to call time on her inter-county career after sustaining tendonitis in both knees.
# Report
McConnell kicks 0-9 as Donaghmoyne clinch 11th Ulster crown in 15 years
The Monaghan champions were too strong for Glenfin of Donegal in this afternoon’s decider.
# home is where the heart is
Donegal star Bonner happy to put AFL adventure on hold as club duty comes first
Donegal forward Yvonne Bonner will be playing for the Greater Western Sydney Giants in 2019.
# best in the west
'I'm not a believer in sad stories' - Reidy's Galway kingpins braced for fiery Carnacon rematch
Kilkerrin-Clonberne look to exact sweet, sweet revenge on the holders in this weekend’s Connacht decider.
# Dominant
Champions Dublin blow Kerry away with 18-point All-Ireland quarter-final victory
Sinead Aherne, McEvoy and Hannah O’Neill all hit the net for the winners in Roscommon.
# Team news
Four changes for champions Dublin ahead of Leinster ladies football decider
Westmeath have also named their side.
# we go again
Cork begin six-in-a-row bid on right note as All-Ireland champs Dublin open 2018 with a win
It was a busy opening day through the four divisions of the Lidl Ladies National Football Leagues.
# ladies football
Cork's Aghada claim historic All-Ireland club football title
Captain Emma Farmer led her side to a first All-Ireland crown.
# back again
Brilliant Cora Staunton inspires Carnacon to first All-Ireland final in four years
The Mayo and Connacht champions saw off first-time Ulster champions St Macartan’s.
# Revenge
Dramatic extra-time goal sees Mourneabbey make third All-Ireland club final in four years
Mourneabbey made it through to a third All-Ireland decider in four years thanks to a brilliant performance from Laura Fitzgerald.
# Ring of Fire
From 'terrible hidings' to All-Ireland contenders, Fox-Cab look to reach the Holy Grail
Cork side Mourneabbey stand in the Dubliners’ way of a second successive All-Ireland senior club final appearance.
# road to the final
Mayo's Carnacon contingent aiming to banish Croke Park demons through club success
‘I don’t think you can ever get over losing an All-Ireland’ – Martha Carter is hoping to right the wrongs with her club.
# Rivalries renewed
'They’re all talking about Cora coming to town and it’s created a massive buzz'
Ryan McMenamin’s St Macartan’s side face Carnacon in the All-Ireland club semi-final on Sunday.
# playing with sadness
Cork kingpins hope to honour late supporter by booking All-Ireland final spot
‘He was a fantastic supporter of the club,’ manager Shane Ronayne said of Ted Linehan.
# scoring machine
Did she mean it? Cora Staunton lobs 6 players with close-range free as Carnacon seal Connacht title
Staunton bagged 1-6 in the victory.
# Tipp Top
Quinlivan and Clonmel bag another Tipp county title - and up next, it's Dr Crokes
2015 Munster champions will meet the defending All-Ireland champions in a fortnight’s time.
# Kingdom Come
Kerry sensation Clifford happy to abide by wishes of O'Connor and Fitzmaurice
‘Maybe he’ll be in touch, maybe he won’t. We’ll see how it goes.’
# Ordeal
Former Tipp hurler Ken Dunne 'a very lucky man to have survived' emergency brain surgery
The Toomevara clubman lines out in next Sunday’s Seamus O’Riain Cup final against Roscrea at Semple Stadium.
# Vacancy
All-Ireland finalists on the look-up for new manager as Mayo ladies boss resigns
Frank Browne confirmed the news this afternoon.
# Say hello wave goodbye
'He’s a major loss' - All-Star nominee Jamie Clarke opts out of Armagh set-up for 2018
It’s understood Clarke has informed Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney that he won’t be around next season.
# offaly quick return
Ex-Offaly star reveals Jackie Tyrrell inspired miraculous comeback from injury to appear in county final
Dan Currams scored three points for Kilcormac/Killoughey in their final victory just four weeks after he broke his leg.
# Ladies GAA
Last-gasp penalty sees All-Ireland junior football final go to a replay
Derry and Fermanagh will have to do it all again after their draw at Croke Park.
# long road to recovery
Bohan backs clubmate McCaffrey to bounce back from cruciate knee ligament damage
“It’s tough on him, (but) it’s easier having an All-Ireland medal in your pocket.”
# missed chance
'You do wonder because that was arguably the greatest opportunity of all time'
Former Mayo manager John Maughan doesn’t believe in a curse but he’s struggling to digest another All-Ireland final loss.
# Best in show
The 8 best footballers to grace the 2017 All-Ireland senior football championship
Five Dubs and three from Mayo on our list.
# a season to savour
Rock winner, Carlow odyssey, Smith's cojones - 13 of the best from the 2017 football championship
A baker’s dozen to refect upon.
# when the moon hits your eye
Watch: Davy Fitzgerald sings 'That's Amore' on new TV3 'Living with Lucy' series
Lucy Kennedy links up with the Wexford hurling manager for a ‘weekend of sporting shananigans.’
# red and green woe
Vaughan fallout: 'This is WWE stuff, clothes line straight away and it's ridiculous really'
The Sunday Game panellists had their say on a critical moment in yesterday’s All-Ireland final.
# heartbreak hotel
Listen: 'Beyond cruelty, this is sadism at its worst' - The anguish of Mayo radio commentators
Michael D. McAndrew and Martin Carney were devastated as the seconds ticked by.