Last week’s column predicted a chest-beating charm offensive on behalf of the Offaly hurlers.
pundits, managers, former managers and players (and anyone else who was asked) have aired their views on the relegation of one team.
John Martin took umbrage at some of the comments on last weekend’s Sunday game.
Cahal Carvill explains that more drug testing will be coming into the GAA.
There’s an axiom that league form increasingly provides an accurate barometer for what lies ahead in the summer.
GAELIC life columnist Kevin Cassidy has said that more must be done to protect inter-county players who are undergoing examinations.
Cahal Carvill has dissected the belief that in order to survive in the GAA, you need to be big in stature.
THE ‘Gaelfast’ project was launched this week.
KEVIN Cassidy has painted a vivid picture of life as a club or county player in this period just before the real actions kicks into gear.
FOR all the talk of the emergence of a new era over the past year or so, we’ve ended up with Kilkenny and Tipperary meeting in a national fin