The 2018 TG4 Ulster senior champions will be crowned on Sunday while there are All-Ireland U14 A and B titles up for grabs.
RTE will be broadcasting a massive double bill of live Munster SHC and Connacht SFC action on Sunday afternoon.
Dublin captain Stephen Cluxton is facing at least a month on the sidelines after injuring his ribs in last Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final victory over Longford.
Laois manager John Surgue says recovering captain Stephen Attride will not be rushed back into action for the O'Moore men.
Dean Rock has total faith that Evan Comerford can stand in capably for Stephen Cluxton in the Leinster final, if required.
Staying in Leinster as long as possible was one of Laois manager John Sugrue's goals at the start of the year.
St Brigid's GAA Club in Kiltoom are hosting a Sevens competition which will be held on Saturday the 23rd June in Co. Roscommon.
After a dramatic weekend of action on the gaelic football fields, 13 counties are represented on our football team of the week…
Clare, Limerick, Kilkenny and Galway are well represented on our hurling team of the week…
Laois are on the lookout for a new senior hurling manager after Eamonn Kelly decided against seeking a new term.
Laois secured the local bragging rights over neighbours Carlow at Croke Park yesterday but their win came at a cost as captain Stephen Attride sustained a serious head injury…
"We'll take time to consider what our best options are and ultimately what's best for Tipperary hurling, because that's what's most important."
Laois manager John Sugrue believes Evan O'Carroll went beyond the call of duty by playing in the Leinster SFC semi-final just days after the funeral of his father, Michael.
"It was hard to see from my angle but, just a mid-air collision, that's all I saw. These things happen. We'll review that over the next 24 to 48 hours and just assess the situation."
Turloughmore lifted the Féile na nGael Division 1 title for a second time following a 0-8 to 0-6 victory over Durlas Óg at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence near Ballyhaunis yesterday.
Laois' delight at reaching their first Leinster SFC final since 2007 yesterday was tempered by a serious head injury to captain Stephen Attride.
The round 2 qualifier draw of the 2018 All-Ireland senior football championship took place this morning on Morning Ireland on RTE Radio 1 and involved all of the defeated provincial semi-finalists against the round 1 winners.
Laois are through to their first Leinster football final in 11 years after seeing off an ultra-defensive Carlow team in a disappointing semi-final at Croke Park.
Following on from our marathon run of games yesterday, we had another series of matches this afternoon.
Laois secured their Joe McDonagh Cup status with an emphatic win over Meath at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon.
Carlow have set up a Joe McDonagh final rematch with Westmeath at Croke Park on July 1 after defeating the Lake County by 3-21 to 1-21 at Netwatch Cullen Park this afternoon.
Niall Donoher has been rewarded for an impressive substitute appearance against Westmeath with a place in the Laois starting XV for tomorrow's Leinster SFC semi-final against Carlow at Croke Park.
Connacht GAA in conjunction with Westmeath and Longford is hosting the Feile na nGael festival of hurling and camogie this weekend.
Today we see the start of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers as seven games take place throughout the day.
The round 2 qualifier draw of the 2018 All-Ireland senior football championship will take place next Monday morning.
There are two live football games for the first time in summer 2018 as the juggernaut that is Dublin return to our screens.
The All-Ireland senior football championship qualifiers get underway this weekend, meaning its knock-out football for 16 teams. Here are our previews:
The Club Players' Association (CPA) has revealed that it will have a say in the GAA's master fixture plan for next year.
Laois boss Eamonn Kelly has named an unchanged team to face Meath in the Joe McDonagh Cup despite his side's 10-point defeat to neighbours Carlow last weekend.
Carlow manager Turlough O'Brien doesn't believe in imposing media or drink bans on his players.
Laois manager Eamonn Kelly admits that it is difficult to explain the season they are having.
Laois manager John Sugrue admits that you cannot be anything else than impressed by Carlow's scoring rate in the Leinster SFC quarterfinal.
Laois defender Mark Timmons has likened the emergence of Carlow to his own county in 2003.
Despite Laois having the upper hand in recent meetings, Carlow manager Turlough O'Brien believes that Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final against the O'Moore County will be a 'tight' affair.
The Munster SHC never disappoints! Check out our team of the week following another feast of hurling action...
As expected, Kerry and Galway advanced in their respective provincial championships yesterday but Fermanagh ripped up the form guide in Omagh. Here is our football team of the week…
Laois came from four points down early in the second half to squeeze out Wicklow at O'Moore Park and keep alive their Leinster U20FC hopes.
DUP leader Arlene Foster sent her congratulations to the Fermanagh footballers after their late smash and grab raid in Omagh...