Skills & Drills Camp
- Anthony Daly to take the reins at Kilmacud CrokesAnthony Daly will take the reins as senior hurling manager at Kilmacud Crokes, succeeding his former Clare team-mate Ollie Baker who had been in the role since 2013.
- Keegan refutes rumour that he has MSMayo footballer Lee Keegan says he's 'disappointed' by 'a false rumour' that has been circulating recently suggesting that he had been diagnosed with a serious medical condition.
- Bolton says he is indebted to Kieran McGeeneyRecently retired Kildare player Emmet Bolton has praised former Lilywhites' boss Kieran McGeeney for the impact he had on his career and also on football in the county.
- Interpros future in doubt after Connacht withdrawalThe future of the GAA's interprovincial series is up in the air after Connacht confirmed they didn't expect to take part in the competition again.
- Gilroy keeping an open mind about dual code playersNew Dublin hurling manager Pat Gilroy said he doesn't foresee the likes of Diarmuid Connolly or Con O'Callaghan lining out for the hurlers any time soon but he wouldn't rule it out down the road.
- Anthony Daly to take the reins at Kilmacud Crokes