LIMERICK secured the result of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues so far when going on the road and inflicting a first defeat of the campaign on champions Kilkenny in Division 1's Group 2 in Dunmore.
St Angela's Ursuline Convent became first ever Waterford school to reach an A grade final by taking out last year's beaten finalists Cross & Passion Ballycastle at the Waterford IT grounds on Saturday.
The Polish strength and conditioning coach who played a key role in Galway and Tipperary winning the last two All-Ireland hurling titles is in line to become part of Johann van Graan's management team in Munster.
CROSS & PASSION BALLYCASTLE have made history by becoming the first Antrim school to reach the O'Neills All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Senior A Camogie Final as a result of a 4-8 to 2-3 victory over Presentation Thurles in Cushendun.
The definitive GAA sports series returns to TG4 in the spring with a new hour long format. Featuring five GAA personalities whose dramatic, event packed stories demand the longer programme duration to do them justice. These Laochra radiate genuine star quality and are already celebrated as sporting legends. But the series reveals deeper, fresh and sometimes unexpected insights into the lives of these icons, their relationship to their sport and the world around them. While their sporting careers continue to provide the core narratives that have been essential to Laochra Gael's popularity down the years, this new series edges the envelope well beyond the four white lines. It's gripping personal storylines compel its viewers to travel with it towards territory unique to the GAA television landscape.