1st April 2023
# breffni boost
Second-half surge steers Cavan to back-to-back league crowns
Mickey Graham’s side were crowned Division 3 champions after a six-point win over Fermanagh in Croke Park.
# White Smoke
Galway's Brian Molloy elected president of Camogie Association
He most recently served as the Connacht chair, and his appointment was welcomed by outgoing president Hilda Breslin.
# Division 4
Dogged Sligo overcome Wicklow to lift league title in Croke Park
It was an ironic win for Tony McEntee with Wicklow managed by his Crossmaglen colleague Oisin McConville.
# Leinster GAA
Offaly U20s win while Kilkenny, Galway and Wexford minors pick up victories
There was no shortage of action in the Leinster underage hurling competitions this weekend.
# breffni
Cavan contrast - Ladies football dispute must not be forgotten amidst league final
Mickey Graham’s side face Fermanagh in the Allianz football league Division 3 final at Croke Park this evening.
Last week
26th March 2023 - 1st April 2023
# Ready to go
Mayo and Galway name teams for National Football League final
Kevin McStay’s side have made 10 changes for the game.
# Pen to Paper
Armagh star Mackin makes AFLW move to join Melbourne
Mackin will link up with her younger sister Blaithin and Dublin player Sinead Goldrick.
# League lessons
Final call: Who is best placed to take Kerry's All-Ireland crown?
Sunday’s Allianz League finals have the feel of a Croke Park audition for the leading four contenders to take Kerry’s Sam Maguire crown.
# when worlds collide
'We're involved in a WhatsApp group in Crossmaglen. There'd be a bit of banter'
Tony McEntee’s Sligo will take on Oisín McConville’s Wicklow in the Division 4 final on Saturday.
# Physical presence
Anthony Nash: Smart puckouts alone can't undo Limerick - rivals need big target men too
Brains, pace, accuracy and size are necessary to keep the All-Ireland champions guessing.
# spoils shared
Late Rynne point sees Clare U20s rescue draw against Limerick
A gutsy Clare side hit a flurry of late points at the TUS Gaelic Grounds.
# Up and Running
Cunningham and Walsh lead the way as Cork U20s get off the mark against Waterford
Ben O’Connor’s side got the better of a second-half deluge at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# tribe talk
'My initial fears were that my season was over' - Comer eyeing Galway glory after knee setback
The Tribe are targeting Allianz football league Division 1 success as they look to go one further than last year.
# Dispute
'Hugely disrespectful. We'd like some answers' - Laois camogie speak out over relegation saga
Laois were expecting to play in the Premier Junior championship this year after losing a relegation final last year.
# Healing
O'Connor 'still hoping' to be fit for League final after picking up slight knee issue
The Mayo star says it could be ‘too tight’ for him to regain his fitness in time.
# Farewell
Long-serving Emlyn Mulligan announces Leitrim retirement
Mulligan made more than 100 appearances for Leitrim in a career spanning 17 years.
# Pairc Life
Páirc Uí Chaoimh to host hurling league final between Limerick and Kilkenny
Venues and times have been announced for the hurling league finals.
# Garda Traffic Probe
All-Ireland winning Limerick hurler Pat Ryan convicted of perjury after telling 'brazen lie'
The 27-year-old was jailed for two weeks by Judge Patricia Harney at Limerick District Court but he immediately appealed the sentence.
# around the grounds
Cork and Limerick win Munster ties, Dublin and Meath amongst Leinster U20 victors
A busy night of underage GAA action in Munster and Leinster.
Tipperary duo Aishling Moloney and Anna Rose Kennedy to join Geelong Cats
Move will take club’s Irish contingent to six.
# Taking Charge
Aidan O'Rourke to remain as Donegal interim manager for rest of 2023 season
Paddy Carr stepped down as Donegal boss last week.
# Ladies Football
Woods the hat-trick hero as Navan claim All-Ireland senior crown against Westport
Three points separated the teams in Longford.
# Teamsheets
Cork, Waterford and Limerick name sides for Munster U20 hurling ties
Tomorrow night’s game is Cork’s opener in the 2023 championship.
# Back in action
Dublin's standard-bearer: No one but Cluxton could have pulled off a return like this
The Dublin number one is back in Dessie Farrell’s squad.
# fixture update
Mayo-Galway and Dublin-Derry double header fixed for Sunday at Croke Park
GAA confirm fixture details for Allianz league finals.
# Reaction
'It was a chaotic week' - Stand-in manager Aidan O'Rourke unsure of Donegal future
O’Rourke and Paddy Bradley took charge of the squad on an interim basis after Paddy Carr resigned as manager last week.
# statement
'Making change does not happen overnight' - Cavan board respond over player dispute
The Cavan senior ladies team withdrew from a league game yesterday.
# Comeback
Cluxton return 'a distraction for Dublin' - Keegan
The legendary goalkeeper is back in Dessie Farrell’s set-up.
# Legend
Cora Staunton calls time on remarkable AFLW career
‘Staunton leaves as one of the best to have ever played in the AFLW competition and her sporting achievements across two countries are astounding.’
# Guess who's back
Stephen Cluxton returns to Dublin senior football panel
Stephen Cluxton was on the bench for Dublin’s Division 2 meeting with Louth on Sunday.
Kerry defeat Galway to seal top spot, Dublin too strong for Waterford
A round-up of round seven in the Lidl Ladies National Football League.
# top cats
Kilkenny see off Cork to set up Division 1 final with Limerick
Kilkenny will face Limerick in a repeat of the All-Ireland final.
# Five star display
Mayo outgun Donegal in relegation shootout
Michael Moyles’ side built up commanding lead by half-time.
# Staying Up
Conor McManus stars as Monaghan survive yet again
35-year-old attacker finishes with 1-7 against Mayo.
# Guess who's back
Dublin secure promotion back to Division 1 as Cluxton makes shock return
Dessie Farrell’s side overcame Louth to set up a league decider with Derry next weekend.
# tribeswomen
Galway set up Camogie League final meeting with Cork
Galway overcame Cork at Páric Uí Chaoimh to set up another meeting with the Rebels in the Division 1A final.
# Looking Up
Fermanagh, Sligo and Wicklow seal promotion on dramatic final day
Sligo and Wicklow will contest the Division 4 decider.
# Lillywhites
Kildare pick up third league win against Meath to strengthen Sam Maguire chances
The victory helps Kildare in their quest to avoid the Tailteann Cup competition.
# The West's awake
Galway overcome Kerry to set up Division 1 final showdown with Mayo
Galway will face Mayo in next weekend’s Allianz Football League Division 1 final.
# drop zone
Armagh relegated from Division 1 following Tyrone defeat
Roscommon’s finished their campaign with a home victory over Donegal, who will join Armagh in Division 2 next season.