EVERY year at club championship matches up and down the country, the chat will inevitably turn to betting. Amid proud boasts of great wins, and sob stories from bad beats, there will also be the stories of the great day when the online bookies put up prices for a match on their website, but left them up well past the finishing time of the game.
ARMAGH and Meath haven’t met too often at Croke Park – here’s there 1994 National League final clash, won by the Leinster side.
Sport is about many things, but for me one most interesting things it does is uncover hidden aspects of a person’s character.
Name: Jamesie Donnelly Age: 30 Occupation: Tree Surgeon Teams played for: Sean MacCumhaill’s, Donegal hurlers If you were throwing a party and you could invite anyone in the world, dead or alive, who would you ask around? Georgia Salpa and Kelly Brook, for obvious reasons. JJ Delaney, Eoin Kelly are always good to chat a […]
John Hughes suggests that burn out is being used as an excuse by those players who just don’t want to play anymore.
We all know how tough it can be to find the right music for your gym session, bus trip, or even just that drive to and from training. So that’s why we have partnered with Ruby’s Bar and Nightclub to bring you our latest concept, #GLGymTunes. We’ll be making a whole series of downloads available […]