Work has begun on a new Gaelic Football computer game, and two Ulster stars Monaghan’s Darren Hughes and Tyrone’s Mattie Donnelly have recently taken part in a training session designed to help the development team render authentic GAA moves.
IN the 113 years of the Armagh Senior Championship, Lurgan clubs, or teams in the surrounding area, have produced 20 winners.
This week’s #GLTalkingPoint podcast, featuring heavily on Tyrone’s woes, as well as a look ahead to this weekend’s clash between Donegal and Antrim. Can John Hughes finally get a Championship prediction correct?
Turn to page 34 of last week’s issue of Gaelic Life, or click here and you will find a thoughtful piece by Joe Brolly on the fork in the road facing our Association. It echoes an Opening Shot I wrote some five weeks back.
Name: James Farrelly Age: 20 Occupation: Student Teams played for: Muff National School, Patrician High School, DCU, Kingscourt, Ó Raghallaigh Gaels, Cavan, Ulster u-16s If you were throwing a party and you could invite anyone in the world, dead or alive, who would you ask around? Big Tom, Declan Nerney, and local hero Barney Fleming. […]
There were two differing reactions to the brawl in the Athletic Grounds.
In Monday’s blog, Ronan Scott points out that it seems like a few people have overlooked how good Monaghan were against Tyrone.
LAST week was a disgrace wasn’t it? The absence of Cavan’s Martin Dunne meant that my tip of the Kingspan Breffni Blues to win by four to six points hadn’t a snowball’s chance in hell of coming up. Yes, it was disgraceful how my tips fail.