ADAM Scott won the Masters last weekend in a thrilling battle with Angel Cabrera in the play-offs.
By Ronan Scott
I’VE held my peace for long enough, but now I must break my silence on what I regard as a blight on the game, outside-of-the-boot kicking. It is what I would call the salad to the football steak, completely unneccessary.
By John Hughes
IF YOU read our weekly factoid on the front of the current issue of Gaelic Life, you’ll know that this day ten years ago the Hogan Stand and Canal End were officially opened. This act completed the horseshoe amphitheatre we are familiar with today.
The rise and fall of Armagh football Ok maybe the title is a tad dramatic, but Armagh’s slide from powerhouse to potential division three side has been rapid. A win against Galway could still mean relegation if Wexford and Louth win their games against Laois and Longford respectively. An average concession rate in 2013 […]
Just like the GAA itself, the ability to complain and give out is woven into the very fabric of our being. It’s a cultural thing, a GAA thing, an Irish thing. It applies to all walks of life, whether sport or business, and we are naturally pessimistic. A far cry from the movie caricature of the Irish as a happy-go-lucky bunch, our default setting is one of pessimism.
With Paul Earley having announced his Irish International Rules management team this week, here’s a few heavy-hitting highlights from down through the years to get you in the mood. Fasten your seatbelts, it’s a bumpy ride!
Each week Gaelic Life will post a new picture minus the ball and it is up to you to tell us where you think the ball is situated. If a number of entrants correctly select the right grid reference a winner will be selected at random and they will win a McKeever ball. Simple as that! Good […]
The famous goal scored by Owen Mulligan in Croke Park against Dublin.
IN his Gaelic Life column last week, Brian McGuigan spoke of how there is no better feeling than standing with your clubmates after a victory in knockout football. Unfortunately, the other side of the coin is a galling experience – and I know it all to well having witnessed my beloved Dromintee fall at the […]