Crossmaglen Game Abandoned In Bizarre Circumstances

A senior club league match involving Armagh kingpins Crossmaglen was called off in bizarre circumstances last weekend according to Gaelic Life. The story seems to revolve around an altercation between Cross joint manager John McEntee and the referee, and a failure to subsequently sort it out. [..]

Crossmaglen Game Abandoned In Bizarre Circumstances

A senior club league match involving Armagh kingpins Cross [..]

Limerick's New Star Cian Lynch is Class!

Limerick hurling has a new superstar! After Sunday's [..]

Female Ref to Make History on Sunday

A Cavan woman is set to make GAA history this weekend as [..]

All-Ireland Football Championship 2015: Who’s Going to Win What?

This article originally appeared on The Teabag Times blog. [..]

Limerick’s New Star Cian Lynch is Class!

Limerick hurling has a new superstar! After Sunday's nail-biting - and slightly controversial - win over Clare in the Munster Championship, fans of the Treaty County are toasting the talent of young prodigy Cian Lynch. A nephew of former players Ciaran and Pa Carey, Lynch is steeped in hur [..]

Crossmaglen Game Abandoned In Bizarre Circumstances

A senior club league match involving Armagh kingpins Cross [..]

Limerick's New Star Cian Lynch is Class!

Limerick hurling has a new superstar! After Sunday's [..]

Female Ref to Make History on Sunday

A Cavan woman is set to make GAA history this weekend as [..]

All-Ireland Football Championship 2015: Who’s Going to Win What?

This article originally appeared on The Teabag Times blog. [..]

Female Ref to Make History on Sunday

A Cavan woman is set to make GAA history this weekend as she becomes the first ever female to referee a men's intercounty Championship match when she officiates the Ulster Minor Championship meeting of Fermanagh and Cavan on Sunday. Farrelly has a history of breaking down gender barriers in t [..]

Crossmaglen Game Abandoned In Bizarre Circumstances

A senior club league match involving Armagh kingpins Cross [..]

Limerick's New Star Cian Lynch is Class!

Limerick hurling has a new superstar! After Sunday's [..]

Female Ref to Make History on Sunday

A Cavan woman is set to make GAA history this weekend as [..]

All-Ireland Football Championship 2015: Who’s Going to Win What?

This article originally appeared on The Teabag Times blog. [..]

All-Ireland Football Championship 2015: Who’s Going to Win What?

This article originally appeared on The Teabag Times blog. Unless you count the annual hammering of New York by a Connacht team, the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship got underway last weekend. Predicting the competition's winner at this point is an unenviable task, as Division One leagu [..]

Crossmaglen Game Abandoned In Bizarre Circumstances

A senior club league match involving Armagh kingpins Cross [..]

Limerick's New Star Cian Lynch is Class!

Limerick hurling has a new superstar! After Sunday's [..]

Female Ref to Make History on Sunday

A Cavan woman is set to make GAA history this weekend as [..]

All-Ireland Football Championship 2015: Who’s Going to Win What?

This article originally appeared on The Teabag Times blog. [..]

A senior club league match involving Armagh kingpins Crossmaglen was called off in bizarre circumstances last weekend according to Gaelic Life.

The story seems to revolve around an altercation between Cross joint manager John McEntee and the referee, and a failure to subsequently sort it out. According to reports, McEntee entered the pitch to [..]

Limerick hurling has a new superstar!

After Sunday’s nail-biting – and slightly controversial – win over Clare in the Munster Championship, fans of the Treaty County are toasting the talent of young prodigy Cian Lynch.

A nephew of former players Ciaran and Pa Carey, Lynch is steeped in hurling having previously starred for the Limerick mi [..]

28 May

A Cavan woman is set to make GAA history this weekend as she becomes the first ever female to referee a men’s intercounty Championship match when she officiates the Ulster Minor Championship meeting of Fermanagh and Cavan on Sunday.

Farrelly has a history of breaking down gender barriers in the sport, having previously become the first woman [..]

This article originally appeared on The Teabag Times blog.

Unless you count the annual hammering of New York by a Connacht team, the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship got underway last weekend. Predicting the competition’s winner at this point is an unenviable task, as Division One league form never represents a true reflection of where [..]

This article originally appeared on The Teabag Times blog.

The championship only started the other week, but the annual questioning of the provincial championships and the current set-up of the game’s premier competition is already well underway. Last Sunday’s edition of ‘The Sunday Game’ saw much discussion in relation to a possible two-tier [..]

27 May

Frees & Long Range Points - Get Accurate

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Posted by Philip Greene in Features | May 2015

It has long been said that a player can be worth a place on a team for free kick taking ability alone, making up for all manners of deficiencies in his overall game. In today’s game, perhaps this need for a cool headed dead-ball expert is greater than ever before. Sunday’s Ulster quarter final between Cavan and Monaghan showed just how vital accu [..]

By James Conlan

Clare 0-15 – 0-13 Limerick
One would have predicted before the outset of this derby encounter that the loss of influential marksmen and scoring forwards in chief David Tubridy and Shane McGrath would have huge negative impact on Clare chances, however this was not the case. In truth Limerick never really got going and looked [..]

21 May

Former Donegal forward Brendan Devenney spoke today regarding the recent controversy surrounding sledging in the GAA. He referenced an appalling case where a Donegal minor footballer allegedly received abuse during a match regarding the death of his father.

There has been much talk in recent days, following the Donegal and Tyrone match regardi [..]

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