Camogie Award for Sarsfield's Niamh McGrath
Camogie Award winner Niamh McGrath with her parents Michael and Geraldine and her sisters Orlaith and Clodagh, at the Medtronic Galway Sports Stars Awards at the Galway Bay Hotel. See full coverage of the Awards night in the Connacht Tribune and Tuam Hearld.
Hall of Fame Award Winner
Bosco McDermott received the Hall of Fame Award at the Galway Sports Stars Awards in the Galway Bay Hotel. Bosco with Seamus O'Grady, John Keenan, Martin Mannion, John Connolly, Mike Murphy, Michael Ryder and Mattie Kilroy.
Column: Dubs' strength ominous for chasing pack
Former Galway All-Ireland winning captain Ray Silke believes it's not beyond the realms of possibility that Dublin will go the entire year unbeaten.
Healy: Cork will respond after 'poor' display
Cork manager Peadar Healy said his side could have "no excuses" after their 10-point defeat to Donegal but insists they will bounce back from the battering in Ballyshannon.
McStay: Rossies absolutely deserved Kerry win
Roscommon co-manager Kevin McStay said his men were "absolutely deserving" of their first ever Allianz Football League win in Kerry on Sunday.
Division 3 round-up: Home comforts all round
Kildare, Longford, Sligo, Tipperary all claimed home wins in Division 3 of the Allianz Football League this afternoon.
Ladies' NFL round-up: Kerry defeat Cork
There were wins for Kerry, Mayo, Armagh and Galway in today's Lidl Ladies National Football League action.
Bennettsbridge add inter title to junior crown
Bennettsbridge claimed an historic AIB All-Ireland club intermediate hurling title success against Abbeyknockmoy at Croke Park today, while Glenmore overcome Eoghan Rua, Coleraine in the junior final.
Monaghan hold off late Down rally
Monaghan just about held out in a frenetic finish for a 0-13 to 0-11 win over a resurgent Down at St Tiarnach's Park, as the hosts made it two wins from two outings in Division 1 of the Allianz Football League.
Donegal drub Cork to remain in top spot
Donegal stay top of the Allianz Football League Division 1 table after an impressive 2-14 to 1-07 victory against Cork at Fr Tierney Park.
Roscommon conquer Kingdom for surprise win
Roscommon recorded their first ever Allianz Football League win on Kerry soil with a 0-14 to 1-10 victory at Fitzgerald Stadium this afternoon.
Division 4 round-up: Antrim, Louth and Wicklow win
Antrim, Louth and Wicklow claimed victories in Division 4 of the Allianz Football League today.
Tyrone make it two from two against Galway
Tyrone continued their impressive start to life in Division 2 of the Allianz Football League as they trumped Galway in Salthill, but they had to endure a late flurry from the hosts who scored 1-3 without reply in the dying minutes.
Fermanagh finish strong to see off Meath
Fermanagh kicked five unanswered points in the final quarter to beat 14-man Meath in a dogged Allianz FL Division 2 contest at Brewster Park.
Stephen Rochford rues Mayo wastefulness
Stephen Rochford was unhappy with Mayo's inability to take their chances in his side's Allianz Football League defeat to Dublin in Castlebar on Saturday night.
Laois hold off Armagh fightback
Laois survived a strong final-quarter comeback from Armagh to pick up a first league win in Division 2, with a 1-13 to 0-15 victory at the Athletic Grounds.
Dublin edge out Mayo in Castlebar dogfight
Reigning champions Dublin made it back to back wins at the start of the Allianz League as they dug out a 0-09 to 0-07 victory over Mayo at Elvery's MacHale Park.