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.
Players can feel pressure to play when they are injured, but that can only make matters worse in the long term.
Emma Hegarty reveals the player who’s best craic at the back of the bus, and the team mate she avoids at training.
Sharon Courtney reveals the Donaghmoyne player who gets away with saying whatever she wants.
IT’S time to make up my mind about whether I’m going to play club football this year and the decision isn’t going to be easy. As I ponder over another pre-season with the club, I’m left considering if I’m doing myself or my teammates any favours by committing to play again in 2016.
The ambiguity about the relationship between the GAA and LGFA has a negative impact on volunteerism.
Down Ladies Footballer Lisa Morgan reveals the identities of her Down and Castlewellan team mates who are true prima donnas.