EirGrid, proud sponsor of the U20 All-Ireland Football Championship, has today announced the top 20 players from this year's sensational U20 Football Championship with the annual 20 U20 awards. Additionally, The EirGrid U20 Player of the Year and the Manager of the Year have also been announced.
We take a look back at All-Ireland SHC final day with some of the best photography taken by the Inpho team before, during, and after the match as Limerick further cemented their place as one of the greatest sides in GAA history...
Two goals in less than a minute just before the second-half water break broke the Down resistance while Siobhán Flannery scored four as Offaly secured All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship status by a score of 5-12 to 1-16 at Kingspan Breffni
The GAA's CCCC has today confirmed that Sunday's GAA Football semi-final meeting of Kerry and Tyrone at Croke Park will not take place as originally scheduled and will now be played on Saturday August 21 at the same venue.
The sextet set to take part in the knockout stages of the All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship has been decided, with Kilkenny and Derry coming out of Groups 2 and 3 as table-toppers, with Antrim and Kerry certain of quarter-final spots as runners-up.
Tipperary did not come out of the hat for another semi-final appearance but Mary Ryan and Bill Mullaney are focusing on the countless positives of winning all three group games, with Waterford standing in their way of a return to the last four in the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship.
Late goals from Clodagh McIntyre and Eimear McGrath added gloss to the scoreline as Tipperary beat Wexford by 4-11 to 1-11 at Semple Stadium in the last of the weekend's action in the All-Ireland senior camogie championship