Saturday's Ulster SFC quarter-final clashes with the Champions League final. Marty Clarke fears it might affect the attendance.
Tipperary have just one week to prepare for their Munster semi-final showdown with Cork.
Ronan McCarthy knows that the role of Cork football manager brings with it pressure, ahead of the Tipperary opener.
Sky Sports analyst Peter Canavan gives his take on the weekend's Gaelic football action.
The most decorated star in Gaelic games, Rena Buckley has retired from intercounty action.
After a weekend which provided some significant shocks in the GAA world, we take a look at the main talking points.
Limerick manager Billy Lee complained about the "shocking" administration by the County Board after their loss to Clare.
Monaghan are through to the Ulster semi-final, after upsetting Tyrone 1-18 to 1-16 in Omagh.
Recap a huge day, with wins for Kilkenny, Wexford, Limerick and Cork, while Monaghan are through to the Ulster SFC semi-final.
Limerick manager Billy Lee was left fuming after his side's loss to Clare.
The gulf in class between these two was obvious throughout as Tipperary eased past a limited Waterford side at Semple Stadium.
Armagh midfielder Niall Grimley saw red as power-packed Fermanagh blew Armagh away after half-time.
Despite a tough period each side of half-time, Clare eased their way into the Munster football semi-final with a win over Limerick.
Ahead of a busy weekend of Gaelic football action, the team news is in.
After the sacking of Stephen Wallace, the Offaly county board have announced Paul Rouse as their new football manager.
With a host of GAA action in store, we take a look at the biggest talking points going into the weekend.
The GAA Championships are underway. Sky Sports are preparing for its live coverage with the release of a new TV ad.
Sky Sports analyst Peter Canavan looks ahead to a huge weekend of Gaelic football action.
Tyrone welcome Monaghan to Omagh on Sunday afternoon in what promises to be a bruising encounter, as the neighbours meet in the Ulster quarter-final.
Offaly football manager Stephen Wallace has hit out at "media nonsense" after he was relieved of his duties on Wednesday.
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