Former Fermanagh star Rory Gallagher will take over the reins from Jim McGuinness in Donegal.
Gallagher was McGuinness’s deputy when they won the 2012 All-Ireland title, before they parted ways at the end of last season. The County Board approved his appointment at a meeting tonight, and he has been a three-year term in charge, with the option [..]
John Dowling from Ardfert in Kerry was the only person willing to tear up his All-Ireland football final ticket, when offered the chance of winning €2,000 from AIB for his local club.
Dowling’s kindness went viral in the days after Kerry had beaten Donegal, and AIB did in fact give him a full ticket back to go to the match.
The AIB camera [..]
Mayo corner-back Keith Higgins believes that the county’s season overall was underwhelming.
The Ballyhaunis dual player picked up his third All-Star award in succession last Friday night, becoming the first Mayo man in history to do so. Colm Boyle and Cillian O’Connor were also at the banquet to receive their individual honours, but Higgins to [..]
This morning’s announcement that The Script will be rocking out Croke Park next Jun, got us thinking.
Although we are strictly a GAA news website, we thought it might be prudent to have a look at some of the major artists and bands that have gone before The Script at GAA HQ.
Other Irish megabands such as U2 and Westlife have played Croker, an [..]
The GAA won’t have to worry about any potential backlash over more Garth Brooks concerts next year in Croke Park, because it is The Script, and not the American swooner, who will grace the hallowed turf on Jones’s Road.
The big announcement finally arrived this morning that is the Dublin band who will play at GAA HQ, on Saturday June 20th of n [..]
There have been plenty of GAA books released this year, but only two of them have made it onto the shortlist for the Irish Sports Book of the Year 2014.
Anthony Daly’s ‘Dalo: The Autobiography by Anthony Daly’, and Damien Lawlor’s ‘Field’s of Fire’ are the lucky contenders. They will vie it out with Roy Keane, Brian O’Driscoll, former masseuse [..]
The Donegal SFC decider between Glenswilly and Naomh Conaill is set to be given the green light, for the moment at least.
Glenties yesterday made an appeal to the Donegal CCC, after it emerged that an opposition player had been black carded instead of red carded, in the club’s defeat to Glenswilly in the semi-final.
That appeal was rejected [..]
In a highly unusual move, the Tipperary county board last night ratified current assistant manager to the county’s hurlers Michael Ryan, to take the reins from Eamonn O’Shea in a year’s time.
O’Shea will see out a third year in charge before Ryan takes over Tipperary full time. The Upperchurch/Drombane clubman will be given a two-year term unt [..]