Hospital Pass - our take on all the GAA news
When headlines come true, GAA and rugby worlds collide and a statue of a hurling legend is unveiled.
Westmeath GAA could be turning to One Direction to boost the coffers, no more Mort for Mayo and Mulligan joins the BBC.
The penultimate Hospital Pass of the week is something of a mixed bag, with talk of slash hooks, trophies without a name in Munster and home comforts denied to the Exiles.
Today Hospital Pass looks at John Mullane's 'gym monsters', Pat McEnaney claiming hurling will be as physical as ever and Oisin McConville telling managers to relax ahead of the Championship.
And we're back. It's our first Hospital Pass of the new season and there is a suspension controversy, new additions to the RTE panel and sectarian trouble in Monaghan.
They've been painting planes again in Knock Airport and Seamus 'Banty' McEnaney appears to have ran out of clichés.
Needless to say, the reaction in Donegal and Mayo since Sunday's All-Ireland Final has been an entirely contrasting one. The photos tell you all you need to know.
The Ploughing Championship isn’t all about days off school, tractors and muck, it comes with a smattering of sporting idols these days.