Bigging up the All-Ireland club final with predictions of an end-to-end, score-filled nail-biter usually leads to large quantities of egg on the face.
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy has explored the impact that a siege mentality can have on a team’s chances of success.
I ALWAYS enjoy the last day of the group stages Allianz Leagues.
THE entire GAA weekend calendar has all been wiped out on account of the heavy snow hitting the country.
Limerick’s difficulty may prove to be Antrim’s opportunity
GAELIC Life columnist Ciaran McKeever believes it’s time that the GAA considered the possibility of introducing a Television Match Official.
ASIDE from a few opinion pieces in our local dailies, there’s hardly been what you would call a major grassroots backlash against the decision.
GAELIC Life columnist Martin O’Brien has questioned the role of the umpire in making disicplinary decisions during GAA games.
I attended the Celtic Challenge launch on Tuesday night – or to be more precise the Six Counties Celtic Challenge launch – held at the home of Tyrone GAA at Garvaghey.
RECENTLY I had the pleasure of covering an Irish League match between my local team Newry City and Dergview.