In 1956, Galway's 'Terrible Twins', Seán Purcell and Frank Stockwell, led the county to All-Ireland Final victory, and 65 years later, two of Purcell's granddaughters aim to follow in his footsteps and lead Westmeath to TG4 All-Ireland glory.
GAA clubs and teams in England have been given the green light to resume full contact training from next Monday, 29 March as the Gaelic Games Council of Britain moves to Phase Four of its Return to Play Roadmap.
Delivering new-born calves and mucking out barns is quite the distance from a rockstar lifestyle, but with her singing career on the back burner, Louth forward Niamh Rice is not afraid to get her hands dirty.
There is plenty to be excited about in Mayo Ladies football circles as the 2021 season approaches and one of the county's longest serving players, Kathryn Sullivan, says she is determined to help her team reach the next level.
To mark International Women's Day the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) is delighted to announce that 100 female inter-county players have been awarded scholarship funding as they continue their third-level studies.