Tipperary secured an immediate return to the Senior ranks after Anglea McGuigan and Aisling McCarthy goals and eight points from the outstanding Aishling Moloney gave them a second TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate title in three years.
The attendance record was broken once again at today's All-Ireland ladies football finals in Croke Park as 56,114 spectators turned out in the rain to watch the senior, intermediate and junior triple-header.
The Gaelic Players Association (GPA) is urging GAA Central Council to postpone today's planned vote on Tier Two football championship proposals to allow the Fixtures Task Force the time it needs to develop recommendations, which will benefit all units of the association.
TG4 have announced their schedule of Gaelic Games for the next month with the TG4 All Ireland Ladies Football Finals, County Football & Hurling Championships and AIB Provincial Club Championships featuring prominently.
The build-up to Tipperary's recent Liam MacCarthy Cup triumph was tinged with the sad news of the passing John Coffey, who had the distinction of being the Premier County's oldest surviving All-Ireland hurling medalist.