Opening shot: Thank you, Mr Cusack

Last Friday 129 years since the founding of the GAA in Hayes Hotel in Thurles. You wonder if Michael Cusack could see the Association now what he would make of it all. Well he’d probably hate it, because the man seemed to be a born contrarian, but doubtless even he’d be stunned at the glowing rudeness of its health.

Steven Poacher: Learn from the best

ALL GAA coaches and managers are always looking to gain that extra edge on their opponents, searching for that latest training craze or fad, touring the country to seminars, conferences and courses in pursuit of an increase to their coaching knowledge.

PGthePT: Ways to make yourself ‘app-y

THE WORLD is a fast moving place, Twitter, Facebook, iPads and Androids. I recently read an article that said there has been more written information produced between the years 2000 and 2013 than there was in the entire time preceding. Think about that for a second, it’s absolutely crazy. Luckily for us, fit, healthy and active people that means there is a plethora of information available that we can use to our advantage.

What does the fox say?

“WHAT does the fox say?” If you know what I’m referencing then I hope I’ve brought a smile to your face, if not then I won’t ruin it for you.

Tullylish: An emphasis on youth

CLUB FOCUS By Niall McCoy THERE are few GAA clubs in Ireland that can boast such an age gap between club chairman and club president as the Tullylish club in Laurencetown, county Down. At 36 years of ages, Tom Morgan is certainly one of the younger chairmen about, and in president Pat McFlynn, 59 years […]