PARAIC Duffy, the Director General of the GAA, will step down from his role on March 31, 2018, the Association has announced.
ARMAGH’S proposed new training facility will be located in Portadown.
ARMAGH manager Sylvester McConnell has hit out at Kildare’s decision to introduce five non-native players into their squad ahead of their Division 2A campaign. Lilywhites manager Joe Quaid has used the GAA’s residency rules to bring in, amongst others, former Kilkenny All-Ireland winner John Mulhall and former Limerick players David Reidy and Mark Reidy. Tipperary […]
AN exciting new exhibit is to open at the GAA Museum at Croke Park in the coming months.
THE internet is another country; they do things differently there.
Some of the winners from the Antrim Cumann na mBunscol u-11 and u-13 championships.
AT half time on Sunday in Celtic Park, the tea-room was filled with familiar faces. I love that familiarity of the GAA. We are, as I once said to Peter Robinson, bigger than the Masons, without the funny handshake.
Earlier this year, an article on RollOutHandball.com ignited some debate about one-wall handball. The gist of the piece was that, while one-wall is almost universally viewed as the code most likely to catapult handball into the mainstream, it has the potential to negatively affect the traditional ‘big alley’ softball game.
THIS Sky deal, everyone has an opinion on it. However not everyone has read the detail of the deal, even though the whole contract was distributed to the county and club secretaries after the controversy first blew up.
There’s been plenty of column inches taken up by the Sky Sports deal in the past week. The sensationalist, the pessimist, the paranoid, the pragmatist, the realist, the optimist, the sceptic, the prophet of doom, the conspiracy theorist… they’ve all had their say.