GAAGO launches 2017 season
GAAGO, RT and the GAAs online streaming service for Gaelic Games outside of Ireland, today launched its 2017 GAAGO Season offering.Now entering its fourth season, GAAGO has announced plans to deliver an expanded and enhanced service and deliver increased value to its loyal fan base, with a price reduction for
December GAA Club Newsletter available now
The December edition of the GAA Club Newsletter is now available for all GAA supporters and members for download below as the final edition of 2016 reflects on some key information for clubs to be aware of.This month's newsletter outlines key information on the 2017 GAA National Club Draw as
Charlie Carter: 'Kilkenny are in a period of transition now'
By John Harrington Former Cats star Charlie Carter says the Kilkenny senior hurling team is about to go through a period of transition.The Noresiders have been by far the most successful hurling county since the turn of the century, winning 11 of the last 17 All-Ireland titles.But Carter believes their
Alan Mulhall: 'I think there is something coming in Offaly'
By Cian O'Connell The Ruislip cold was biting when Offaly's Allianz Football League journey under Pat Flanagan commenced.On a damp and blustery Sunday afternoon in west London back in February 2015 Offaly did enough to eke out a win that was more about character than craft.Promotion was secured from Division
Fintan O'Connor appointed Kerry hurling manager
Former Waterford selector Fintan O'Connor has been appointed Kerry's new senior hurling manager.O'Connor succeeds Ciaran Carey on an initial two-year deal with the option of a third year and will announce his backroom team at a later date.As well as serving as a selector with Waterford manager Derek McGrath, O'Connor
Ulster win 32nd Interprovincial football title
Interprovincial Football Final ULSTER 2-16 CONNACHT 3-10By Declan Rooney at Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada Goals in each half from Aiden Breen and Charlie Vernon helped Ulster claim their 32nd inter-provincial football title with victory over Connacht at Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada.Roscommons Ciaran Murtagh fired two goals and Damien Comer scored
Preview: Interprovincial Football Final - Connacht v Ulster
Saturday 17 December Interprovincial Football Final Connacht v Ulster, Carrick-On-Shannon, 2pm Reigning Interprovincial champions Connacht will be keen to successfully defend their crown when they play Ulster in Saturdays Interprovincial football final at Pairc Sean MacDiarmada.Their 2014 success last years Interprovincials were cancelled due to Storm Desmond was their first
Colm Begley: 'Dublin are not invincible'
By John Harrington Laois footballer Colm Begley doesn't believe the Dublin footballers are an invincible force in Leinster.The reigning All-Ireland champions have won the last six Leinster titles in a row and 11 of the last 12, but Begley thinks its possible they could get caught on the hop in
Michael Rice: 'There are even better hurlers to come in Kilkenny'
By John Harrington Former Kilkenny star Michael Rice is convinced the young hurlers now emerging in the county are even better than those that went before them.The Carrickshock man is in a good position to judge because he teaches and coaches in that famed hurling nursery, St. Kierans Kilkenny.Some of
Munster defeat Leinster in Interprovincial Hurling Final
Interprovincial Hurling Final MUNSTER 2-20 LEINSTER 2-16By Jackie Cahill at Semple Stadium MUNSTER are GAA Interprovincial hurling champions for a 46th time after Anthony Dalys men scored a four-point victory over Leinster in Thurles this evening.Clares up and coming star Aaron Shanagher scored a late goal to seal victory in
Galway footballers to cycle 2,750 kilometres for charity
The Galway Football Squad will be going Wild this coming weekend to raise funds for MS Ireland and the Tribesmen Supporters Club.The squad will attempt to cycle all 2,750 kilometres of the Wild Atlantic Way on Saturday December 17th. All funds raised will be distributed between MS Ireland and the
Preview: Interprovincial Hurling Final
Interprovincial Hurling Final Munster v Leinster, Semple Stadium, 7.45pm Tipperary hurling supporters still basking in the reflected glow of their All-Ireland Final win this year will have an opportunity to watch many of their heroes in action again in Thurles this evening.The Munster team that plays Leinster in the Interprovincial
629 players supported by the GPA in first half of 2020
629 individual inter-county players have been supported by the Gaelic Players Associations GPA Player Development Programmes in the first six months of 2020. The number represents an 8 increase on the number that availed of the programmes for the same period in 2019.That means that on average over 100 players