Tipperary left-half back Kieran Bergin has stated that his side were lucky to receive the last minute free from Barry Kelly in the drawn All-Ireland final.
Brian Cody labelled the awarding of the free by Kelly as “criminal”, and was called before the Central Hearings Committee (CHC) last Thursday night, only to be let off with a warning.
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GAA President Liam O’Neill has admitted that the All-Ireland football and hurling finals may be moved back a month.
Central Council will hear proposals regarding the need to complete the club season in the same calendar year on Saturday, November 1st. The proposals have been put forward from workshops chaired by O’Neill, GAA Director General P [..]
Kerry senior Barry John Keane and Kerry minor Cormac Coffey, visited Donal Walsh’s graveside with the Sam Maguire and Tom Markham Cups yesterday.
Inspirational teenager Donal Walsh lost his battle with cancer in May of last year. Coffey and Keane are from the same Kerins O’Rahilly’s club as Donal was, and were keeping a promise they made to hi [..]
The father and son who were subject to that hilarious All-Ireland final jersey prank, have been supplied with brand new Tipperary jerseys.
Dermot and Conor Prendergst from Clonmel were cornered by Hilary Rose, from the hidden camera show ‘The Fear’. Hilary was playing Karen Doyle, a ‘Counterfeit Enforcement Officer’, who wanted to confiscate t [..]
MEP and former President of the GAA Seán Kelly, changed the seating arrangements at the 2005 Congress, in a bid to make sure a ‘Yes’ vote would be given to allowing rugby and soccer grace the hallowed Croke Park turf.
With the old Lansdowne Road set a revamp, the IRFU and FAI needed somewhere to debunk for three years, and Croke Park was the [..]
When Sunday Game panellist Colm O’Rourke, penned his article that appeared in the Sunday Independent last weekend criticising the GPA, we’re sure he wasn’t quite expecting the backlash he received.
O’Rourke said that there was a sense of “elitism” within the organisation, and that “It represents inter-county players and is unashamed in doing s [..]
If the GAA/GPA Player of the Year award takes club performances seriously into account, then the case for Diarmuid Connolly is very strong.
The St. Vincents’ man goes up against James O’Donoghue and Neil McGee this coming Friday night, and over the weekend the Dublin half-forward was in superb form once again.
He kicked 1-6 to propel his cl [..]