All-Ireland football champions Dublin have been rewarded with 10 places in this year's PwC All-Star football nominations. The high-profile list of 45 names is notable for being spread across 13 counties - the largest representative breakdown since 2008.
Despite losing out in the showpiece decider to the Sky Blues, Kerry lead the way with 13 nominations, with Dublin receiving 12, while the long list of 45 nominees includes nine players from the 2022 TG4 All Star team.
Abbotstown played host to this year's junior ladies and junior mixed rounders All-Ireland finals on Saturday, with Carrickmacross Emmets of Monaghan clinching the ladies title and Kilmeena winning the mixed title.
In a series of hugely competitive games, Derry took home their second Minor title in just four years with an impressive performance over Monaghan which ended with a 1-13 to 0-9 scoreline. With a number of outstanding performances on the day from both sides, it was a Championship that didn't disappoint.
Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh produced a stunning display and shot 1-10 as Kerry took another major step towards ending their famine as they booked their place in the TG4 All-Ireland final for the second year in a row.
Two of the county's greats were to the fore once more as Down retained their senior status and sent Offaly down the intermediate grade as a result of their well-deserved victory in the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland senior camogie championship relegation play-off at the National Games Development Centre in Abbotstown.
A dramatic late point from substitute Shauna Howley with just 20 seconds remaining on the clock snatched victory for Mayo over arch rivals Galway in the first of the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship quarter-finals at Pearse Stadium.