The Cuala camogie club in Dublin has called for a motion for the "facilitation" of dual players.
Dublin's James McCarthy says the "embarrassing" manner in which Ballymun Kickhams went out of last year's championship helped to spur them on this year.
Ulster Council chief executive Brian McEvoy has revealed that the Coronavirus pandemic has cost the northern province more than £2m in gate receipts so far.
We round up our favourite Inpho pictures from the weekend's county finals...
A motion will be presented at Annual Camogie Congress in October calling for the "facilitation" of dual players.
Ballymun Kickhams manager Brendan Hackett has joined the growing chorus of people looking for provincial championships for the 2020/21 season to be played at some point in the future.
With a host of county finals played over the weekend, there was plenty for GAA fans to get excited about on social media over these last seven days…
Ballymun Kickhams manager Brendan Hackett was full of praise for his players after yesterday's Dublin SFC final victory over Ballyboden St Enda's.
The Cavan senior football championship final replay has been fixed for this coming Saturday evening.
Adare and Ballylanders will contest the Limerick senior football championship final next Sunday after both sides scored victories in their respective semi-finals yesterday.
St Rynagh's will face Kilcormac/Killoughey in the Offaly senior hurling championship final in a fortnight's time after both sides came through their respective semi-finals over the weekend.
Bray Emmets retained their Wicklow senior hurling championship crown yesterday with an impressive rout of Carnew Emmets.
St Barnabas have become the first American team made up of homegrown players to win the New York senior football championship.
Easkey captured their first Sligo senior hurling championship title in 57 years with a one-point victory over 2019 champions Naomh Eoin at Markievicz Park today.
A man-of-the-match performance from former All-Star Marty McGrath helped Ederney towards their first Fermanagh SFC title in 52 years, denying Derrygonnelly a six-in-a-row in the process.
Jack Kennedy is the toast of Clonmel tonight after his last-gasp point secured Commericials back-to-back Tipperary SFC successes.
It was a case of third time lucky for Naomh Mairtin as they claimed their first-ever Louth SFC title by beating St Mary's Ardee in an entertaining encounter at Darver.
Mountbellew-Moylough ended Corofin's seven-year dominance of Galway football with a 2-13 to 0-12 win in their Galway SFC semi-final.
St Loman's got their hands on the Flanagan Cup for the fifth time in eight years at TEG Cusack Park today when overcoming Tyrrellspass in a dramatic extra-time contest in the Westmeath SFC final.
Former All Star Martin McGrath turned in a man-of-the-match display as Ederney beat Derrygonnelly Harps to win their first Fermanagh SFC title in 52 years.
Ballymun Kickhams dethroned Ballyboden St Enda's to claim their first Dublin senior football championship title since 2012 with an impressive 14-point dismantling of the holders.
Mountbellew-Moylough ended Corofin's quest for an eighth successive Galway Senior Football title
Corofin's remarkable reign as Galway and All-Ireland champions is over after they suffered a shock 2-13 to 0-12 defeat to Mountbellew-Moylough in the county semi-final at Pearse Stadium.
Keith Beirne scored 0-9 as Mohill delivered a strong second-half showing to see off St Mary's Kiltoghert in the Leitrim SFC final at Pairc Sean MacDiarmada this afternoon.
Sixmilebridge successfully defended their Clare SHC title today when seeing off O'Callaghan Mills in the final at Cusack Park.
Reigning All-Ireland champions Ballyhale Shamrocks completed a three-in-a-row of Kilkenny SHC titles thanks to a comfortable success over 2017 winners Dicksboro at UPMC Nowlan Park this afternoon.
A Jack Kennedy point in the final minute of normal time saw Clonmel Commercials retain the Tipperary senior football title as they held off Loughmore/Castleiney in a thrilling final at Semple Stadium.
A dominant first-half performance lay the foundations as Ballymun Kickhams eased past a listless Ballyboden St Enda's by fourteen points in their disappointingly one-sided Dublin Senior football Championship final at Parnell Park on Sunday afternoon.
Naomh Mairtin picked up their first ever Louth senior title at the expense of Ardee St.Mary's in the Louth Centre of Excellence in Darver.
St. Loman's were crowned Westmeath Senior Football Champions following a two-point victory over Tyrrellspass after extra time, in TEG Cusack Park.
Keith Beirne kicked eight points as Mohill claimed a 0-14 to 0-09 victory St Mary's to win their eighth Leitrim SFC title.
Easkey made history as they won their first senior hurling championship since 1963 as they came from behind to get the better of last year's county champions Naomh Eoin.
Sixmilebridge completed an unprecedented fifth Clare Senior Hurling crown in eight years after expertly keeping neighbours O'Callaghan's Mills at arm's length in Cusack Park, Ennis.
Ballyhale made it three Kilkenny SHC titles in a row thanks to a 5-19 to 1-10 win over 2017 winners Dicksboro.
Daniel Glynn hit 0-16 as Pádraig Pearses were crowned Roscommon senior hurling champions for the fourth time in the club's history, after finally getting the better of Athleague at Dr. Hyde Park.
It was another busy afternoon of club action across the country - keep across all the action here.
Crosserlough and Kingscourt must do it all again after a late point from Mark Stuart secured a replay for the 'Lough, whose 48-year wait to win the Cavan SFC title will go on for another week at least.
East Kerry retained their country championship title by seeing off Mid Kerry in the senior football final as David Clifford helped himself to a goal and four points.
East Kerry claimed their second Senior title on the hop in Austin Stack Park
The Clare team of the last two decades commenced a new one in similar determined fashion as Kilmurry-Ibrickane bounced back from last year's final reverse to wrestle back the Clare Senior Football honours today.
All the day's senior GAA results and reports from county football finals in Cavan, Clare and Kerry.
O'Callaghan's Mills are hoping to upset the odds and end an 83-year wait for the Clare SHC crown against Sixmilebridge today.
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He was speaking at the Dublin GAA season launch
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Ulster GAA alongside the Irish FA and Ulster Rugby will host an online Club Planning Webinar on Tuesday 6th October
Highlights from Sunday's GAA fixtures
Breaffy will be looking to claim their first Senior Football Championship title against Knockmore
Doon's good start a false dawn as favourites run riot in final quarter
The player was tested earlier this week just before a return to training.