UCC manager Tom Kingston says the demands being placed on intercounty hurlers at this time are year are "just crazy".
Eugene McGee says the influence intercounty managers have on the GAA is "an absolute disgrace".
Carlow footballer Maria Kinsella is the new chairperson of the Women's Gaelic Players Association (WGPA), taking over the reins from founding member Aoife Lane.
Cork's Bill Cooper believes the competitive nature of the Munster SHC is great for hurling.
Do people want the GAA to actually give them money at the gate? - Dick Clerkin defends rise in ticket prices
Former Monaghan star Dick Clerkin insists the GAA provides great value for money.
GAA President John Horan says it would be "very unlucky" if the final bill for Páirc Uí Chaoimh was to reach €110m.
Tyrone attacker and former captain Gemma Begley has confirmed her retirement from inter county ladies football.
Peter Turley bears no ill will towards Down manager Paddy Tally for effectively ending his intercounty career.
Tyrone attacker and former captain Gemma Begley has confirmed her retirement from inter-county football.
Cork's Bill Cooper is desperate to line 2019 with silver after agonsingly falling short in the All-Ireland SHC semi-final last summer.
Referees Development Chairperson, Willie Barrett has called on his officials to be vigilant in ensuring that there is a clear striking of the ball in the hurling handpass.
Waterford manager Paraic Fanning has questioned the GAA’s stance on player welfare in light of the competition’s intense schedule.
UCC Fitzgibbon Cup manager Tom Kingston has described the demands on inter-county players as “crazy”, hitting out at a fixtures schedule which will see numerous top-level hurlers play five games across a 14-day period.
Paddy Deegan is targeting another big year with Kilkenny after an impressive 2018 at corner-back.
GAA President John Horan believes the strength of the economy and popularity of Gaelic games will ensure attendances won't drop due to raised ticket prices.
Kerry’s dominance of Munster football has seen the province’s championships lose their spark, accepts Munster Council CEO Kieran Leddy.
The parable of Tipperary's spring campaign last year may not be repeated because of the impending change in format.
Saturday's Central Council meeting confirmed a number of ticket price hikes with a stand ticket for the All-Ireland senior football and hurling finals to rise by €10 to €90.
Former Sligo star Noel McGuire is looking forward to returning to Croke Park with his beloved Easkey.
Connacht Council secretary John Prenty believes Croke Park, and not county boards, should oversee budgeting for county ground or Centre of Excellence developments.
Cork are on the lookout for a new U20 football manager after Gene O'Driscoll stepped down.
Cian O'Neill will be picking from a depleted squad for Kildare's Allianz League Division 2 opener against Armagh on Sunday.
The GAA's decision to increase admission prices for this year's league and championship competitions has been defended by Association President John Horan.
The next step for Cairde Chorcaí is the building of a global network of supporters to boost investment in Cork GAA at elite and grassroots level.
Cork GAA officials are on the hunt for a new U20 football manager following the resignation of Gene O’Driscoll.
Men's and women's football will share the bill more often than ever before in this year's National Leagues.
Tyrone claimed a seventh Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup in eight years on Saturday evening thanks to a two
THE Ladies Gaelic Football Association is pleased to confirm the full list of 13 confirmed 'double-header' fixtures during the 2019 Lidl National League campaign.
Charleville manager Ben O'Connor is hopeful that Darragh Fitzgibbon will be fit for next month's All-Ireland club IHC final against Oranmore-Maree at Croke Park.
Mickey Harte would like to have seen Central Council ditch the offensive mark along with the restricted handpass rule at the weekend.
Kevin Walsh admits Galway's injury situation is worrying ahead of next weekend's Allianz Football League opener against Cavan.
Joe Quaid was pleased to win silverware in what was just his second game in charge of the Westmeath hurlers on Saturday.
'We were very lucky at the end', admits Chris Crummey after DCU opened their 2019 Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup campaign with a two-point win at Waterford IT, 0-16 to 0-14.
Admission prices and experimental rules were hot topics of debate on twitter in recent days...
Darren McCurry says he's feeling reinvigorated after taking a break from inter-county football last year.
A week is a long time in football.
Sarah Rowe showed that she can transfer her football skills to Aussie rules with a brilliant display for AFLW side Collingwood in a narrow pre-season defeat to champions Western Bulldogs.
Galway manager Kevin Walsh is concerned with the situation they find themselves in ahead of the Allianz Football League opener with Cavan next weekend as injuries and absentees mount.
If coaches and players can seize the opportunity that the offensive mark presents then we may see an acceleration of the evolution of our game towards a spectacle we will all be happier with, writes Aidan O'Rourke.
There wasn’t much harmony between Tyrone and Armagh, who breathed new life into an old rivalry during a fiery Dr McKenna Cup final on Saturday night, yet afterwards the managers were united in delight at the scrapping of the handpass rule.
Tipperary's Orla O'Dwyer believes female dual players should be celebrated and lauded as role models for the next generation.
Roscommon manager Anthony Cunningham believes there are "tough days" ahead for his side despite the promising signs in winning the Connacht League on Sunday.
Former Wicklow footballer John McGrath says that leukaemia is something he's "happy to have experienced" and admits that it "changed his mentality towards a lot of things."
Enda Smith welcomed the "bite" that's developed in the rivalry between Galway and Roscommon in recent years.
Cork and Kilkenny both made a winning start to their league campaigns, but they were pushed all the way in the first round.
Donie Smith kicked eight points for Roscommon as Anthony Cunningham's side toppled Galway to clinch the 2019 FBD League title.
Tyrone won their seventh Dr McKenna Cup title in eight seasons with a 0-16 to 0-14 win over Armagh in a bad-tempered final at the Athletic Grounds.
Almost 1,000 people from throughout the country gathered at Cork City Hall tonight to pay tribute to one of the county's most respected GAA figures, Dr Con Murphy.
Sunday's FBD Connacht League final will not adopt the three handpass rule in the wake of the GAA's decision to abolish it for the Allianz Football Leagues.
The controversial handpass rule endorsed by Central Council last November and trialled during the pre-season competitions will not continue into the League.