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About Us

The LiveGaelic.com team are GAA fans through and through. We’ve been fans of Gaelic Games since we were knee high to a grasshopper and after spending countless hours chatting, arguing, and even fighting over our opinions we decided that we might as well make something concrete from them and voila, www.livegaelic.com was born.

When putting the site together we decided that we’d try and make it the best resource for GAA info on the ‘net by covering every aspect of the Games from club competitions to inter-county, as well as covering the stuff that other media outlets shy away from, like handball and camogie.

We try hard to get the big breaking news stories to you first and to write informed and insightful articles about them. As well as that, we try to keep everything that we write as accurate as possible. If you ever see an error in any of our stories, then please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll correct it as soon as possible.

Another exciting feature we endeavour to bring you is interviews with the men and women who make the news. We’re always busy knocking on doors, making phone calls, and tweeting to see if the players, managers, and pundits would be willing to lend us their insight into the game, so keep an eye out for our exclusive interviews and guest articles.

The biggest thing for us though is bringing you the info before anyone else. The clue is our name; we want to get the scores and scandal to you as close to ‘live’ as possible. We’re the only GAA site with a dedicated social media slave, who’ll be facebooking, tweeting, and +1’ing, scores, opinions and breaking news all week long, so if nothing else, be sure to sign up to our feeds and whatever social media site that takes your fancy, and expect to be notified of goals and points almost before they happen.

We’re also more than happy to give a hand to people looking to get a start in the sports journalism game, so any budding scribes out there looking to get their work published on the site don’t hesitate to contact us either by emailing Chief Editor David Keane directly at [email protected] or by submitting an article onthe Become A Writer page.