# Not good enough
'Not good enough' - Cavan Ladies hit out at county board over player treatment
The issues relate to expenses, gear and player welfare.
# Injury Crisis
'Why are so many people getting injured? It seems to be out of control with GAA players'
Offaly chairman Michael Duignan says the amount of cruciate injuries needs to be looked at ‘on a national scale’.
# On the Move
Donegal captain becomes latest Irish recruit to join AFLW for 2023 season
Niamh McLaughlin has penned a deal with Gold Coast Suns.
# Boxing
'It takes the absolute piss' - Eddie Hearn on Croke Park costs for Taylor fight
The promoter defended Matchroom’s approach ahead of Taylor’s fight at the 3Arena on 20 May.
20th March 2023
# Sigerson Cup
Champions UCC lead the way in GAA third-level football team of the year
Sigerson Cup winners UCC have six representatives, while there’s five from runners-up UL.
# Dates For Diary
Five GAA games live on TV next weekend as hurling league semi-final fixtures confirmed
Limerick face Tipperary on Saturday night in the Gaelic Grounds, while Kilkenny host Cork on Sunday afternoon in Nowlan Park.
# Permutations
Explainer - Here's what's at stake for final round of GAA football leagues
There is still plenty at stake across all four divisions.
19th March 2023
# Lovely Hurling
Kilkenny set-up Cork semi, Rebels and Clare all square and Tipp and Galway hit big scores
Westmeath and Laois will face off in the Division 1 relegation play-off.
# Green And Red Rule
Mayo book decider spot with first-ever win in Donegal as relegation looms for hosts
Kevin McStay’s men ran out 1-17 to 0-9 winners.
# Lilywhite delight
Kildare relegate both Limerick and Clare with win over Treaty
Relief for Glenn Ryan as the Lilywhites consolidated their Division 2 status.
# Wrap
Galway advance to league final after win over Mayo, Vikki Wall returns in Meath defeat
Waterford enjoyed a big win over reigning champions Meath, with the Tribe and Kerry now doing battle for 2023 glory.
# wee county big win
Louth end 66-year losing streak to Cork as Mickey Harte's side continue promotion push
The Wee county came from behind to beat Cork for the first time since the 1957 All-Ireland final.
High-flying Derry seal promotion as Tyrone beat 13-man Monaghan in basement battle
Rory Gallagher’s side were 10-point winners over Clare.
# Onwards
Hayes and Gillane grab goals as Limerick book league semi-final spot with 11-point win
John Kiely’s side will meet Tipperary in a final-four tie next weekend.
# Sidelined
Blow for Galway as 2017 All-Ireland winning captain Burke suffers cruciate injury
David Burke will miss the rest of the season.
Last week
12th March 2023 - 18th March 2023
# League Matters
Offaly win relegates Tipperary, Cavan's unbeaten run ends against Antrim
Plenty Division 3 and 4 football league action on around the country today.
# home comforts
Early Clifford goal paves way for Kerry win over Roscommon
Three points was the winning margin in Tralee.
# Tribesmen
Tierney goal hands Galway dramatic win and boosts bid to reach league final
The hosts were defeated at the Athletic Grounds.
# Camogie
Galway and Tipperary claim wins to join Cork at top of league table
Elsewhere Down inflicted a fourth consecutive defeat on Limerick.
# boys in blue
Dublin cruise past Meath with O'Gara and Costello both hitting the net
11 points between the teams in Navan.
# Talking Points
A sombre meeting for Offaly and Tipp, Kerry's form and Meath seek response
Some key matches this afternoon in the Allianz Football League.
# different times
'It’s not that long ago where if you were getting married, say goodbye to that level of sport'
Long-serving Kilkenny star Claire Phelan, who got married at the end of last year, speaks about her ongoing hunger to succeed.
# Analysis
Anthony Nash: Waterford not playing to strengths but Fitzgerald can find right formula
Deise have yet to marry talented players to a game plan that suits them.
# Rebel Roar
Cork end Kerry's perfect league record and seal derby victory at Páirc Uí Chaoimh
The home side had to withstand a second-half comeback from the table-toppers.
# Cool Cats
Kilkenny kings - St Kieran's toast All-Ireland hurling title win in Croke Park
Presentation College Athenry had no answer to their opponents.
# Dominant Dubs
1-3 for star forward Tyrrell as Dublin swat strugglers Donegal aside
Maxi Curran’s side will be relegated if Mayo avoid defeat at home to Galway on Sunday.
# Hogan Cup
Brilliant Omagh side fire 6-16 to claim All-Ireland football glory in Croke Park
Sligo’s Summerhill College managed to pull back three goals in the closing quarter.
# Leinster Big Three
Dublin, Meath and Kildare in second tier spotlight as league nears finale
It will be interesting to see if the counties can find a much-needed spark in the closing rounds of the Allianz Leagues.
# Pride of Sligo
'Really excited about it' - The Sligo side seeking All-Ireland final glory in Croke Park
Former Sligo footballer Mark Breheny is co-manager of Summerhill College.
# The Possibilities
Explainer: Here is what's at stake for teams in final round of hurling leagues
There is still plenty to play for across all of the divisions heading into the final round.
# Down Under
Kerry, Roscommon and Dublin stars make move to AFLW
Irish signings have been announced in the Sydney Swans and the Brisbane Lions.
# Gaelic Park
Irish government puts up €500,000 for revamp of New York GAA stadium Gaelic Park
Located in the Bronx, Gaelic Park has been a home for Gaelic games in New York City since 1926.
# Kilmacud Crokes
Shane Walsh: Kilmacud would have replayed All-Ireland club final
Walsh was speaking to BBC Northern Ireland’s GAA Social podcast.
# evergreen and red
Aidan O'Shea's time is running out. I hope he finds what he's searching for
The Mayo player has enjoyed brilliant days but has also endured ridicule and crushing defeats in pursuit of his singular ambition.
# Tribute
Ó Sé: Kearns had qualities to manage Kerry, and why Kingdom will be ready for summer
Tomás Ó Sé pays tribute to the late Liam Kearns, discusses why his current role as Kerry U-20 manager suits him and assesses the Kingdom’s prospects for 2023.
# Setback
Tipperary's Séamus Callanan faces race to be fit for start of Munster Hurling Championship
The star has been ruled out for a minimum of six to eight weeks.
# Tune in
11 games live on TV and streaming in this week's GAA schedule
Plenty for GAA fans to enjoy this week.
# poor relation
Dónal Óg Cusack critical of GAA and Jarlath Burns for overlooking hurling
“Hurling has been much better to the GAA than the GAA has been to hurling.”
'A leader and a gentleman' - GAA community honours the life of Liam Kearns
The Kerry native and accomplished Gaelic football manager died suddenly over the weekend.
Tributes paid after passing of Offaly football manager Liam Kearns
The Kerry native previously managed the Limerick, Laois and Tipperary senior football teams.