Video: Club Eirne hoping to inspire Fermanagh to new heights

The Club Eirne committee have produced a fantastic video to help their efforts to raise money for Fermanagh GAA. The committee had their launch event at the Enniskillen Hotel on Tuesday night. The group is headed by ex-players Marty McGrath, Niall Bogue and Colm Bradley, and the funds they are [..]

Video: Club Eirne hoping to inspire Fermanagh to new heights

The Club Eirne committee have produced a fantastic video t [..]

Glenties' appeal is finally successful

Donegal and Naomh Conaill Glenties player Leo McLoone (in [..]

Video: What Armagh's training for 2015 might be looking like

New Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney was probably ahead of h [..]

Floodlights issue may cause more headaches for GAA & IRFU

Action from Pearse Stadium when Galway played Sligo in the [..]

Glenties’ appeal is finally successful

Donegal and Naomh Conaill Glenties player Leo McLoone (in blue) in action   The Ulster Council has ruled in favour of Naomh Conaill Glenties' appeal against their defeat to Glenwsilly in the Donegal SFC. The decision ends a long, drawn out process for the club, and gives them some form [..]

Video: Club Eirne hoping to inspire Fermanagh to new heights

The Club Eirne committee have produced a fantastic video t [..]

Glenties' appeal is finally successful

Donegal and Naomh Conaill Glenties player Leo McLoone (in [..]

Video: What Armagh's training for 2015 might be looking like

New Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney was probably ahead of h [..]

Floodlights issue may cause more headaches for GAA & IRFU

Action from Pearse Stadium when Galway played Sligo in the [..]

Video: What Armagh’s training for 2015 might be looking like

New Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney was probably ahead of his time in terms of incorporating a weights programme, and strength and conditioning regime, into his own football training. He wasn't afraid to learn off others, and even spent some of his own money to train with the All Blacks in New Z [..]

Video: Club Eirne hoping to inspire Fermanagh to new heights

The Club Eirne committee have produced a fantastic video t [..]

Glenties' appeal is finally successful

Donegal and Naomh Conaill Glenties player Leo McLoone (in [..]

Video: What Armagh's training for 2015 might be looking like

New Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney was probably ahead of h [..]

Floodlights issue may cause more headaches for GAA & IRFU

Action from Pearse Stadium when Galway played Sligo in the [..]

Floodlights issue may cause more headaches for GAA & IRFU

Action from Pearse Stadium when Galway played Sligo in the 2012 Connacht Championship   The IRFU's plans to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup could be thrown into further disarray if the proposed erection of floodlights in Pearse Stadium is rejected by An Bord Pleanála. Planning permissio [..]

Video: Club Eirne hoping to inspire Fermanagh to new heights

The Club Eirne committee have produced a fantastic video t [..]

Glenties' appeal is finally successful

Donegal and Naomh Conaill Glenties player Leo McLoone (in [..]

Video: What Armagh's training for 2015 might be looking like

New Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney was probably ahead of h [..]

Floodlights issue may cause more headaches for GAA & IRFU

Action from Pearse Stadium when Galway played Sligo in the [..]

The Club Eirne committee have produced a fantastic video to help their efforts to raise money for Fermanagh GAA.

The committee had their launch event at the Enniskillen Hotel on Tuesday night. The group is headed by ex-players Marty McGrath, Niall Bogue and Colm Bradley, and the funds they are seeking to raise will be invested in underage syst [..]

19 Dec

Donegal and Naomh Conaill Glenties player Leo McLoone (in blue) in action
 

The Ulster Council has ruled in favour of Naomh Conaill Glenties’ appeal against their defeat to Glenwsilly in the Donegal SFC.

The decision ends a long, drawn out process for the club, and gives them some form of closure. The Central Appeals Committee (CAC) r [..]

New Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney was probably ahead of his time in terms of incorporating a weights programme, and strength and conditioning regime, into his own football training.

He wasn’t afraid to learn off others, and even spent some of his own money to train with the All Blacks in New Zealand during one off-season. He has been doing MM [..]

Action from Pearse Stadium when Galway played Sligo in the 2012 Connacht Championship
 

The IRFU’s plans to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup could be thrown into further disarray if the proposed erection of floodlights in Pearse Stadium is rejected by An Bord Pleanála.

Planning permission to have Casement Park upgraded to a 38,000-seate [..]

The plethora of high profile hurling and football retirements in the past couple of months is down to the increasing levels of commitment needed to compete at inter-county level.

That is according to GPA Chief Executive Dessie Farrell, who thinks the average ages of players calling it quits has dropped a fair bit since his own playing days wit [..]

Digital version of what a redeveloped Casement Park might look like
 

The GAA will have to try harder if they want get Casement Park upgraded.

A Belfast High Court today poured cold water on planning permission to allow the Antrim ground be made into a 38,000-seater stadium.

Earlier this week the High Court judge had ruled that the [..]

Everton and Ireland soccer star Seamus Coleman is nominated for the RTÉ Sports Person of the Year this coming Sunday night.

Coleman faces some tough competition from the likes of Rory McIlroy and Katie Taylor, as well as the GAA’s James O’Donoghue, Briege Corkery and Richie Hogan.

The Killybegs man has had a fantastic calendar year for his [..]

18 Dec

Holden will lead Cats in 2015

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Posted by LiveGaelic in News | Dec 2014

Joey Holden meets Michael D. Higgins before the start of this year’s drawn All-Ireland final
 

Kilkenny County Champions Ballyhale Shamrocks have nominated Joey Holden to captain Kilkenny next year.

Holden (24) takes over from Clara’s Lester Ryan, who lifted the Liam McCarthy Cup in September.

The new captain established himself in [..]

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