Some reaction to the Ulster Scór Sinsear finals which took place at the weekend.
AN exciting new exhibit is to open at the GAA Museum at Croke Park in the coming months.
Scor Ulster finals take place this weekend.
ARMAGH have been thrown into a state of administrative turmoil following the exit of their county secretary from his post.
ANYONE following the GAA news down south at the moment might be aware of the current debate in Tipperary around the issue of Hayes’ Hotel, where the GAA was founded in 1884. This hotel is currently in administration and politicians are lobbying the GAA to purchase it to ensure it remains part of the GAA heritage portfolio.
HAVE you been following the club action this season? Well now is your chance to tell us who we should be honouring at our thrid annual Gaelic Life Ulster Club All-stars.
LAST week’s events were a perfect example of the tightrope one has to walk when talking about the GAA and its relationships with unionists. Like every other significant organisation in this part of Ireland, the GAA is as much hindered as it is helped by its history.
IN his final days, Paddy MacFlynn took much joy from the fact that his autobiography, Leading Through The Troubles – A Life in the GAA, had hit the shelves. And what a life it had been.
Without doubt one of the most progressive clubs in Ireland, Lavey are powered by the local community and businesses By Niall McCoy AT the Erin’s Own club in Lavey, they abide by a holy trinity – club, community and business. The three entities have been welded together through pure graft, perseverance and dedication and the […]
Hoping to make a big impression on the large crowd at The Venue on Saturday are the novelty act from Down club Kilcoo. They achieved the highest marks from the adjudicators, as well as plenty of laughs from the audience, to claim the Ulster crown at St Cecilia’s last month, and now bid to follow […]