North Leinster SFC 'A' final A Stephen McGlynn free two minutes into injury-time secured victory for St Mary's, Edenderry in this hotly-contested decider. The Offaly-based school held a three-point ...
Two weeks ago, Laois footballer Colm Begley cleared his throat. Something had been lodged in his chest. He had gagged on the thought of how it made him feel before it stuck in his gullet. Eventually, Begley coughed it up ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
DOWN'S Mark Poland has called for players to be adequately compensated for taking time off work, after the GAA released the confirmed 2014 National League fixtures, with Down and Armagh meeting for the first ever Friday night league game ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
DUBLIN SCHOOLS' SFC 'A' FINAL
Midfielder Brian Travers was the hero at O'Toole Park as his 49th-minute goal helped Maynooth Post Primary to secure back-to-back Dublin Senior 'A' titles at the expense of St Benildus College.
The north Kildare ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
North Leinster SFC 'A' final A Stephen McGlynn free two minutes into injury-time secured victory for St Mary's, Edenderry in this hotly-contested decider. The Offaly-based school held a three-point lead over Colm O'Rourke's charges at half-time, but ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
Plans for a new 38,000-seater stadium on the site of Casement Park in Belfast have been given the go-ahead. The new stadium is designed by the same company -- Mott MacDonald -- responsible for the breathtaking swoops of the Aviva Stadium ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
The clock/hooter used to control time-keeping in next year's All-Ireland senior hurling and football championships will be open to exploitation, due to a loophole in GAA rules. No time can be added on at the end of ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
(After extra-time) NORTH LEINSTER SCHOOLS JNR FINAL AFTER snatching an equalising point from a Thomas O'Reilly free a minute from the end of normal time, St Patrick's, Navan eventually ran out comfortable winners at Pairc Tailteann. Colaiste Mhuire ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
Four GAA players in Wexford, all aged in their early 20s, have had double hip replacements, raising serious concerns over the workload being placed on the younger generation. The startling revelation comes in a week where Wexford removed their minor ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
The signs for the introduction of the 'black card' sanction in football are ominous. However logical it may appear to legislate for deliberate cynical fouling (and that's the sole purpose of the new rule), opposition will flow once the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
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Gaelic football (Irish: Peil, Peil Ghaelach, or Caid), commonly referred to as "Football" , "Gaelic" or "Gah" is a form of football played mainly in Ireland. It is, together with hurling, currently one of the two most popular spectator sports in Ireland.
Statistics show the game drawing significantly more spectators than any other sport in Ireland; 2005 ESRI figures indicate that it draws 34% of... Full Article At Wikipedia.org