Here's some of the reaction to five time Kerry All-Ireland winner Aidan O'Mahony's retirement announcement...
"I'm just disgusted that we lost a match we should have won."
It's still only January but some intriguing games nevertheless took place around the provinces this afternoon.
Antrim GAA are set to welcome All-Ireland champions Tipperary to West Belfast for 'A Festival of Hurling'.
CPA Executive Member Derek Kavanagh believes that making players aware of their cause is their main focus at the moment.
Bord Gáis Energy yesterday announced their official sponsorship of the GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship for the next three years.
Galway's clubs may have unanimously backed a motion to look at competing in the Munster hurling championship but Joe Canning isn't sure if it is the right move.
There was another flurry of intercounty football and hurling action tonight, including the decisive third round of the Dr McKenna Cup.
Munster GAA chairman Jerry O'Sullivan has confirmed that the province will run an U25 hurling championship in the summer- and a similar format could be introduced for football.
Dermot Earley has this afternoon been confirmed as the next chief executive of the Gaelic Players Association (GPA).
Kilkenny great Michael Fennelly accepts that his illustrious intercounty career could be over, but says he'd "love one more year in that jersey".
With the start of the Allianz Football Leagues looming large over the horizon, the inter-county scene is beginning to crank up...
Kilkenny were back in competitive action yesterday and three Cats make our hurling team of the week..
The GAA has launched the next stage of its Healthy Clubs Project (HCP) - and are encouraging more GAA clubs get involved to support communities in pursuit of better physical, social, and mental wellbeing.
Here are the GAA topics that were trending on Twitter over the weekend...
"I read a book once and this American football coach said about the team out of Texas, the Cowboys: 'Son, in Texas we don't rebuild - we reload!"
"Last year was a very tough year for us. We set out our stall this year and brought in a couple of fresh faces and that's helped the whole thing."
Some fantastic football and hurling fare took place around the country on an almost balmy January afternoon.
Former Limerick hurler David Reidy could make his debut for Kildare in the Walsh Cup tomorrow after being named in fellow county man Joe Quaid's squad to face Meath at Pairc Tailteann.
There was plenty of U21 football action this afternoon.
Here are our previews for this weekend's football encounters in the Dr McKenna Cup, Connacht SFL, O'Byrne Cup and McGrath Cup.
Tipperary manager Liam Kearns believes that it is unnecessary to play so many games in such a short space of time.