As part of the on-field entertainment on All-Ireland final Sunday, this year the GAA will salute the star hurlers of the 1990s in recognition of a decade of hurling which did so much to elevate the game to new heights and popularity.
Coping with the pressures of All-Ireland final day will go a long way to deciding the destination of Liam MacCarthy this weekend and Galway manager Micheál Donoghue feels his side's big-day experience will be key.
Fr. Caseys Junior A Footballers made it three wins from three in the new All-County Junior A Football Championship last Saturday evening in Tournafulla with a hard fought 8 point victory over West rivals Monagea.
Galway selector Noel Larkin hopes that their national league defeat to Limerick will have no effect on his side as they seek to claim back-to-back All-Ireland titles for the second time in their history.
Best wishes to John Kiely and the Limerick senior hurling panel who look to make history this Sunday when they travel to Croke Park looking to dethrone the reigning All Ireland Champions Galway in the All Ireland final.
To Limerick Senior Hurlers management team led by John Kiely (Galbally) and especially to our club officer John Cregan (Chairman of the County Board) and Limerick Senior Hurlers led by Declan Hannon (Adare, Captain) against Galway, on this coming Sunday August 19th, in Croke Park, Dublin, at 3.30pm
Dublin will defend their Sam Maguire crown against Tyrone on September 2 after their respective All-Ireland SFC semi-final victories over Galway and Monaghan. Here's a round-up of some of tweets from the past week...