What can we expect from Conor Mortimer’s offering?

Three big GAA personalities are due to release their books next week, in time for the mad Christmas sales. Paul Galvin, Anthony Daly and Conor Mortimer are the men in question. Of the three, Mortimer's 'One Sunday - A day in the life of the Mayo football team' is probably the least high profile [..]

What can we expect from Conor Mortimer's offering?

Three big GAA personalities are due to release their books [..]

More player eligibility controversy in Galway

As if the Galway County Board didn't have enough on it's p [..]

Twitter reaction to football All-Stars announcement

We haven't done one of these in a while, what with the foo [..]

Kerry lead the way in Gaelic Football All-Star cast

Five players from All-Ireland football champions Kerry hav [..]

More player eligibility controversy in Galway

As if the Galway County Board didn't have enough on it's plate with the Turloughmore hurling player eligibility issue, they now have a second case to deal with, this time in Gaelic football. Former minor and U21 winning full-back Colin Forde, played for his local club Killererin in last Saturda [..]

What can we expect from Conor Mortimer's offering?

Three big GAA personalities are due to release their books [..]

More player eligibility controversy in Galway

As if the Galway County Board didn't have enough on it's p [..]

Twitter reaction to football All-Stars announcement

We haven't done one of these in a while, what with the foo [..]

Kerry lead the way in Gaelic Football All-Star cast

Five players from All-Ireland football champions Kerry hav [..]

Twitter reaction to football All-Stars announcement

We haven't done one of these in a while, what with the football and hurling championships laid to rest. So when the football All-Stars were named this morning, we thought to ourselves, it was time to resurrect the Twitter reaction piece. 5 Kerry, 4 Donegal, 3 Mayo and 3 Dublin players were n [..]

What can we expect from Conor Mortimer's offering?

Three big GAA personalities are due to release their books [..]

More player eligibility controversy in Galway

As if the Galway County Board didn't have enough on it's p [..]

Twitter reaction to football All-Stars announcement

We haven't done one of these in a while, what with the foo [..]

Kerry lead the way in Gaelic Football All-Star cast

Five players from All-Ireland football champions Kerry hav [..]

Kerry lead the way in Gaelic Football All-Star cast

Five players from All-Ireland football champions Kerry have been honoured on this year's GAA-GPA All-Star side. Beaten finalists Donegal have four players, while Dublin and Mayo have three apiece. There is no room for any player with a county who didn't make the last four of the Championship. [..]

What can we expect from Conor Mortimer's offering?

Three big GAA personalities are due to release their books [..]

More player eligibility controversy in Galway

As if the Galway County Board didn't have enough on it's p [..]

Twitter reaction to football All-Stars announcement

We haven't done one of these in a while, what with the foo [..]

Kerry lead the way in Gaelic Football All-Star cast

Five players from All-Ireland football champions Kerry hav [..]

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Three big GAA personalities are due to release their books next week, in time for the mad Christmas sales.

Paul Galvin, Anthony Daly and Conor Mortimer are the men in question. Of the three, Mortimer’s ‘One Sunday – A day in the life of the Mayo football team’ is probably the least high profile.

Mortimer’s decision to pen his life story may [..]

As if the Galway County Board didn’t have enough on it’s plate with the Turloughmore hurling player eligibility issue, they now have a second case to deal with, this time in Gaelic football.

Former minor and U21 winning full-back Colin Forde, played for his local club Killererin in last Saturday’s relegation play-off against Menlough. Padraic [..]

We haven’t done one of these in a while, what with the football and hurling championships laid to rest.

So when the football All-Stars were named this morning, we thought to ourselves, it was time to resurrect the Twitter reaction piece.

5 Kerry, 4 Donegal, 3 Mayo and 3 Dublin players were named on the GAA-GPA football team, and it is hard [..]

Five players from All-Ireland football champions Kerry have been honoured on this year’s GAA-GPA All-Star side.

Beaten finalists Donegal have four players, while Dublin and Mayo have three apiece. There is no room for any player with a county who didn’t make the last four of the Championship.

Paul Murphy, Peter Crowley, David Moran, Kieran [..]

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.

Th [..]

22 Oct

We here at LiveGaelic.com are hiring new staff this month!

There are two positions to be filled within the website. We’re looking for two ‘Sales and New Business Executives’ to come in and work with us immediately.

 

There will be a base wage initially, with sales and product training being provided.
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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 [..]

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