Monaghan’s Cathriona McConnell reckons that she’s most like Forrest Gump.
Ronan McSherry says that the All-Ireland hurling finals weekend should be sacred.
Ellen McCarron says one player needs to be dropped for not passing to her.
Changing club fixtures to allow for county football is a hot topic.
Guest columnist Ryan McAleer, of the Ulster Herald, questions our ability to improve refereeing.
KEVIN Cassidy has said that Colm Cooper’s availability is key to Kerry’s chances of upsetting Dublin in Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.
BRIAN McGuigan believes that Mayo manager Stephen Rochford has shown great tactical variation en-route to this year’s All-Ireland final.
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin has said that until Antrim develops a hurling identity, they will remain in limbo.
Ronan McSherry says the fixing of club football matches on the same day as the All-Ireland Hurling Championship is an insult to the small ball game.
CAVAN captain Sinead Greeen is relishing the unenviable prospect of facing an all-conquering Cork side in Saturday’s All-Ireland quarter-final.