The CPA has hinted that it could take strike action if progress is not made on the "fixtures crisis".
Dublin boss Mick Bohan has rung the changes as the champions prepare for Sunday's clash with Cork.
Sinead Aherne feels there is no need to panic, despite Dublin's patchy league form.
Ulster GAA have announced a reduction in ticket prices for the upcoming provincial championship.
Sinead O'Sullivan has worn green and gold at Fitzgerald Stadium in Killarney, but this weekend she will be donning blue.
Corofin footballer Kieran Molloy has bemoaned the lack of regard for player welfare in the GAA's fixture scheduling.
Carlow football manager Turlough O'Brien has been hit with a 20-week suspension for "threatening conduct towards a referee".
Donegal footballer Michael Murphy has dismissed claims by Meath manager Andy McEntee that he influences the referee.
Following the conclusion of the Allianz Football League at the weekend, we look at the standout performers.
Limerick GAA have announced a 10-year partnership with LIT, which includes renaming their stadium to the LIT Gaelic Grounds.
Dublin vs Cork and Donegal vs Galway have been set as the two semi-finals in the Lidl National Football League.
The 2019 Lidl National Football League Division 1 semi-finals will be confirmed this weekend.
Mayo's Jason Doherty says the buzz of capturing a national title was even better than he imagined it would be.
All-Ireland champions Corofin have dominated the AIB Club Team of the Year in football, with seven players in the side.
Cork GAA have voted against a proposal which would have seen club championship games played without county stars.
Dom Corrigan believes attacking styles have a place in the intercounty game.
Keith Higgins says Mayo are aiming for greater heights following their Allianz Football League final win over Kerry.
We take a look at the main talking points from the weekend's GAA action.
James Horan hopes Mayo won't rest on their laurels, and that they can use their league triumph as a "springboard" for further success.
Peter Keane says Kerry have much to be proud of following their league campaign.
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