New Fermanagh football boss Peter McGrath includes Roslea forward Seamus Quigley in a provisional 40-man squad.
Ballinderry win the Ulster Club Football Championship by beating Glenswilly by four points in Sunday's final in Omagh.
The structure of next year's Hurling League will remain unchanged with six teams in both Division 1A and Division 1B.
Tyrone attacker Kyle Coney is to miss the Dr McKenna Cup campaign and the start of the National Football League.
Five-times All Star winner Sean Cavanagh has been named as Tyrone's new captain for the 2014 campaign
Tyrone keeper Pascal McConnell retires from inter-county football after a career which included three All-Ireland medals.
Ballinderry's Kevin McGuckin can play in the Ulster club final following a successful appeal against a red card.
Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath brings former Erne defender Raymond Johnston into his backroom team.
Derry boss Brian McIver is set to put an end to Eoin Bradley's soccer career after saying he could not combine the sports.
Former Antrim Gaelic football star Anto Finnegan reveals that he has been diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
Owen Mulligan insists his Tyrone career is over despite suggestions from Mickey Harte that he could return to the squad.
New Antrim boss Liam Bradley brings CJ McGourty, Michael McCann, Tomas McCann and Tony Scullion back into the squad.