Last year
# club call
Final four in Galway, Ballybay hope for Ulster upset, Ballygunner and Kilmacud in action
Club GAA storylines to watch this weekend.
# Eyes on the Prize
Nash: Na Piarsaigh playing like a team 'hoping to end up in Croke Park'
The Limerick side haven’t prevailed in Munster since 2017.
# Candidate
Offaly's Pat Teehan set to enter GAA presidential race
Armagh’s Jarlath Burns is also set to be officially nominated tonight.
# Comeback Kid
Limerick county title 'the icing on the cake' for Peter Casey after ACL recovery
Casey has returned from a nine-month spell out to win an All-Ireland and county title in quick succession.
# treaty champions
'We feel like we can match up against any team in the country' - Na Piarsaigh's two-goal hero
Man-of-the-match Adrian Breen grabbed 2-3 for newly crowned Limerick hurling champions Na Piarsaigh.
# Champions
Casey and Breen gun down Kilmallock as Na Piarsaigh reclaim Limerick crown
The Limerick city club are county hurling champions for the seventh time.
# Hot Seat
Davy Burke takes Roscommon reins
The Kildare native has been appointed on a three-year term.
# give respect get respect
'There’s a lot of trolling that goes on about referees'
Colm Lyons and Sean Hurson were speaking about their experiences as inter-county referees.
# dual in the crown
'Why should I have to quit one when I enjoy playing both?'
Brian Sheehy is on the verge of completing the Dublin senior double-double with Kilmacud Crokes.
# honoured
Seven from Antrim selected on Joe McDonagh team of the year
The Saffrons won an enthralling final against Kingdom.
# Referee
David Coldrick says social media has put 'increased attention' on referees
The Meath referee came under scrutiny after the Galway-Armagh All-Ireland quarter-final.
# Long Serving
Bohan to remain in charge of Dublin for 2023
He has won four All-Irelands during his second spell as manager.
# Selection
Late Tyrone star Damian Casey named on Ring, Rackard and Meagher team of the year
Former Mayo footballer Keith Higgins has made the team for the second year in-a-row.
# Presenter
Who are the contenders to replace Des Cahill on The Sunday Game?
Dublin native Cahill is stepping down from his role.
# Orchard
'We felt the hunger was in them' - joining forces with McGeeney at Na Fianna
Former Armagh footballer Des Mackin was part of the last Na Fianna side to win the Dublin SFC title.
# Incident
Dublin hurling final referee recalls underage manager assaulting him after U11 game
‘He followed me all the way out to the car and basically pushed me just before I got in,’ explains Thomas Gleeson.
# Penalised
GAA looking at NBA model to punish verbal abuse at referees from sidelines during games
‘That’s something we might look at in terms of implementing a rule and changing the overall culture,’ said president Larry McCarthy.
# incidents
GAA president says referee abuse at club games has 'cast a shadow over the entire Association'
The GAA have launched a campaign for members to give referees more respect.
# Shane Walsh
'He's settled in brilliantly' - Galway star Walsh making impact with Kilmacud
Shane Cunningham says the Galway star has been a welcome addition to the Kilmacud Crokes set-up.
# sky blues
'They've given brilliant service to Dublin hurling' - blow as trio set to depart
Donal Burke says Liam Rushe, Chris Crummey and Cian O’Callaghan have been ‘absolute stalwarts for the last 10 years.’
# Flying High
'A magical feeling' - a first Limerick senior hurling semi-final since 1985
Barry Nash’s South Liberties enjoyed a shock win over Patrickswell.
# Wrap
The Downs land first Westmeath title in 17 years, Portarlington complete Laois three-in-a-row
St Patrick’s reigned supreme in Wicklow.
# Ballymacarbry
Mourneabbey's long unbeaten run in Munster is over
The 2019 All-Ireland club champions were chasing an eighth provincial crown in-a-row.
# Orchard Delight
'Stevie McDonnell was genuinely hurt that they haven't stayed close. It is quite sad'
A new book delves into Armagh’s journey to the All-Ireland title in 2002.
# Lilywhite
Kildare veteran retires due to persistent knee injury
Fergal Conway made his debut in 2014.
# Ladies Football
Four-time All-Ireland winner to take charge of Kildare
Mayo great Diane O’Hora will replace outgoing boss Sean Finnegan.
# Vacancy
Donaghy calls report of imminent Roscommon appointment 'absolute rubbish'
‘WhatsApp rumours are a scary thing,’ he said.
# Dublin SFC
Na Fianna reach first Dublin final since 2005 after 10-point win over Ballyboden
The senior double is still on for the Glasnevin club.
# Vinnies
St Vincent's honour late Brian Mullins by seeing off Plunkett's to seal top flight return
It was an emotional afternoon for the Marino club.
# Retirement
Neil McGee calls time on Donegal career
The 36-year-old goes down as one of Donegal’s most successful footballers.
# Battler
'Being there on that pitch helped me to not think about cancer for those few hours'
Leitrim great Martin McHugh reflects on his two battles with cancer, Connacht success in 1994 and his lengthy playing career which is still ongoing.
# decision
Common sense prevails as Offaly ladies football decider refixed to avoid fixture clash
The game has been put back by six days to avoid taking place on the same weekend as the senior camogie semi-finals.
Vinny Corey appointed as Monaghan boss
Monaghan have finally found Seamus McEneaney’s replacement.
# Fixture Clash
'Do they think female athletes don't need recovery? This wouldn't happen in the men's game'
The decision to fix the Offaly ladies football senior county final the day after camogie semi-finals has raised player welfare concerns.
# tenure
Dessie Dolan confirmed as new manager of Westmeath for 2023
Jack Cooney stepped down as manager in August due to work commitments.
# Dual mandate
The Tipperary All-Ireland hurling winner managing his club's two senior teams
Eamonn Corcoran is in charge of the JK Brackens footballers and hurlers.
# Comeback kids
What the sensational return of McCaffrey and Mannion means for Dublin's 2023 hopes
How does their return for Dublin change the landscape?
# Addition
Two-time All-Star joins Maurice Sheridan's Mayo U20 backroom team
Kenneth Mortimer has been added to the set-up.
# club call
Big Dublin clashes, Tipp dual stars, Offaly semi-finals and Kilkenny hurling begins
5 storylines to follow in this weekend’s GAA club action.
# Hot Seat
Mayo confirm underage county managers for 2023 season
Maurice Sheridan will remain in charge of the U20 footballers.