Gortletteragh GAA grounds will again host the annual Santas vs Elves charity match on St Stephens Day.
The Annual General Meeting of the Club will take place in the Clubrooms on Friday January 4 at 8pm. New members welcome.
The GAA and the Ombudsman for Children's Office today launched a collaborative Rights Awareness Resource at Croke Park.
Fixture details for the 2019 Connacht senior, U20, junior and minor football championships have been released.
Club AGM takes place this Thursday night the 13th December in the Community Centre at 8pm. All welcome.
Huge congratulations t0 Mullinaghta on winning the Leinster senior club championship today led by our former Management team of Mickey Graham and John Denning.
Killererin has been named the Connacht Club Ground of the Year for 2018.
No Jackpot winner. Numbers drawn were 3-26-27-29.
Mullinalaghta are in dreamland...
"I just said 'I'll hit it as hard as I can and if he saves it, fair play to him."
There was a mixed reaction from inter-county football managers to the experimental rules which were implemented for the first time in the weekend's O'Byrne Cup fixtures.
The new Leitrim jersey was launched in the home of its new sponsor, JP Clarke's Saloon in New York, on Friday night.
We zoned in on five games this afternoon, including the 2018 Leinster Club SFC final meeting of mighty Mullinalaghta and Kilmacud Crokes.
The new-look Leitrim jersey will be launched at a special function in New York on Friday, December 7th.
All Star Rory Beggan will be presenting the victorious U-12, U-13 and U-15 teams with their much deserving Championship medals at our presentation evening on Sunday 16th of December.
The next Lotto draw will be run by the Player's Team which will be held in "The Dugout" on Saturday 8th December.
Folks date for your diaries - annual AGM will be held in the club rooms on Saturday 29th of December at 16:00
Congratulations to Ronan Gallagher and Stephanie Reynolds who got engaged lately.
Ballyhale Shamrocks proved too strong for Ballyboden in the Leinster Club SHC decider while Gaoth Dobhair shaded a dramatic Ulster Club SFC decider in Omagh...
"These moments are just unbelievable. To share it with the lads, the family and friends, it will live with us forever."
The Leinster club SHC and Ulster club SFC finals were the main attraction today.
A 'County Kit Clearout' fundraising campaign has been set up to support Pieta House.
A crop of young GAA players from around the country are being put through their paces in Dublin this weekend in a bid to join the growing Irish community within Australia's AFL.
Hurling and camogie have been officially recognised by UNESCO as protected cultural activities.
GAA President John Horan met with GPA CEO Paul Flynn at Croke Park today to discuss the introduction of the trial playing rules in Gaelic Football.
CHAMPIONS Dublin will face Donegal at home in the opening round of 2019 Lidl National League Division 1 Fixtures on Saturday, February 2.
The chairman of the GAA's Standing Committee for Playing Rules has called for people to adopt a wait-and-see approach before making up their minds on the experimental rules.
Connacht GAA secretary John Prenty has welcomed the announcement that the province is to receive a €2.1 million grant.
Central Council are looking into ways of improving the 'Winner on the Day' procedures in GAA matches.
Central Council is proposing that a new development football league should be brought in at county U20 level ahead of the provincial championships.
GAA president John Horan says he's confident of a resolution with the Gaelic Players' Association (GPA) after the players' body expressed concerns over the experimental rules passed at Central Council last weekend.
Best of luck to our U16 team who are in the 15-a-side Championship final against Glencar Manorhamilton on Sunday, December 2nd at 2pm in Leitrim Village.
Our Annual Fundraising Draw is our main fundraising initiative every year and the 2019 draw will be one of our biggest in recent years.
Hard luck to St Manchan's who were beaten 2-11 to 2-8 in the Under 20 Final on Sunday morning last
Talk of rules changes and second tier football championships dominated the GAA Twitterverse over the weekend along with provincial club football action...
"There is nothing mysterious about Corofin. It's just hard work and move the ball quickly. When we're not at that level we can be beaten by anyone really.
This Sunday, we had more provincial final action.
Former 'Footballer of the Year' Alan Brogan has expressed his opposition to the new three hand pass rule and poked fun at his Dublin former team-mate Ciaran Kilkenny in the process.