Featherstone High School Learn The Skills Of The Game Thanks To Irish Teacher
Its obvious in the current widespread GAA community which spans around the world at this stage that you will get a team with a vast spread of nationality and ethnic origin. Featherstone High School in London however are really a band apart as none of the kids playing G [..]
Westmeath made history last Sunday in the one place every player dreams of making history but unfortunately, their well-deserved success over Meath in Croke Park was still not enough to convince certain people that there is merit in the current system.
All winter and throughout the National League, we heard how football was dead and how certa [..]
Cooper And O’Mahony Just Two Of The Star-studded Kerry Bench
When Eamonn Fitzmaurice and Brian Cuthbert named their respective teams last Thursday the one aspect people started to zone in on was the resources and power that the Kingdom had in reserve.
In Killarney tomorrow Fitzmaurice can call on the likes of Colm Cooper, Aidan O’Mahony, Tom [..]
Rebel Optimism Leaking Away
Wexford host Cork at Innovate Wexford Park this Saturday in the 1st Round of the 2015 Hurling Championship Qualifiers. Both counties had a good Championship last year and have no intentions of bombing out of the qualifiers early this time around so we should see a mouth-watering seventy minutes of Hurling in this do-o [..]
This Saturday evening sees a clash between two of hurling traditional heavyweights, Cork and Wexford. Possibly the greatest Cork V Wexford match is the All Ireland final in 1956 and a battle between arguably hurling’s greatest ever players Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard.
Wexford were the reigning league,Leinster and defending all Ireland cha [..]
Armagh Ace Has His Say On Sledging In The GAA
Since the start of the championship this year we have heard a lot around the sensitive issue of sledging – who does it? Who provokes it? Who allows it? Jamie Clarke yesterday revealed his knowledge that teams and players are sent out to target and sledge some individual players on the opposition.
Preview: Laois v Dublin
Laois and Dublin will face-off in Portlaoise on Saturday evening in the first round of the All-Ireland Qualifiers.
Both sides are coming off heavy losses at the hands of Galway and will be looking to rectify it with big performances. Galway defeated Dublin by 13 points in their Leinster quarter-final replay before the [..]
Managing Expectations – McGeeney
Another Championship year and another Kieran McGeeney managed team are treading a path through the All Ireland qualifiers. In his first season in complete control of his native Armagh, McGeeney’s team eventually saw off Wicklow 2-17 to 2-07. What on the face of things appears a perfectly facile ten point win was [..]