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GAA Museum adapting to deliver new initiatives

By Cian OConnell Throughout the world ways of adapting to the current circumstances continue to be found.The GAA Museums doors have been shut for more than two months now, but that hasnt stopped the planning and plotting behind the scenes.Several initiatives are set to be implemented in the coming days
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GAANOW Rewind: 2011 Kevin McManamon goal in All-Ireland SFC Final v Kerry

GAANOW Rewind: 2011 Kevin McManamon goal in All-Ireland SFC Final v Kerry
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Get faster - Joe O'Connor's guide to Power and Acceleration

By Cian O'Connell As an endurance athlete, Joe O'Connor knows all about the value and benefits of long distance running. He cites the research carried out by the Gaelic Sports Research Centre, stating a GAA player with higher aerobic fitness has a greater tolerance to spikes in acute training load,
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Read the latest Club Newsletter - May 2020

The May edition of the GAA Club Newsletter is now available.This months edition includes the following.You can read and download the March edition of the GAA newsletter below.
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GAA supports partners RNLI in call for \nwater safety this weekend

The life-saving partnership between the GAA and the search and rescue charity, the RNLI, is gearing up this bank holiday weekend to help save lives. The two organisations have been working together in communities throughout Ireland to share water safety advice with GAA players and to deliver water safety talks
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letters to editor

From an Irish ex pat - thoughts on Brexit and BBC bias

From an Irish ex pat - thoughts on Brexit and BBC bias

Letter to Editor 31/01/2020 Hello good people. I am a Brit ex pat, presently resident in Brasil, where sadly Guinness is hard to come by. (hee hee) Born of Ulsterman Father and Dublin born Mother. Mixed religion. Aged 63 I witnessed many of the 'Troubles' in the North. I used to spend my school summer holidays on my Uncles farm in County Down. How times have changed. I too complained to the BBC about its' coverage of Brexit and its' so,so,so PRO remain stance. So much did I complain, I am now banned from complaining? The main reason the BBC banned me was
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Letter to Editor - Direct Provision and Asylum

Letter to Editor - Direct Provision and Asylum

Letter to Editor 20-11-2019 Dear Editor , I just wanted to write to you about asylum seekers and direct provision. Figures from the department of Justice show there were 3,762
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The Fiona Gregg story - The sad story of a Mother whos children were taken from her by a failed system

The Fiona Gregg story - The sad story of a Mother whos children were taken from her by a failed system

In November 2013 , Gardai issued a nationwide alert for a missing Roscommon woman and her three children . They were later found safe and well in Fermanagh . The Woman's name was Fiona Gregg . This is the last time Fiona would be together with her children as
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Events in France - a French Perspective

Events in France - a French Perspective

Letter to Editor 03/12/2018 As a French native living in Ireland for twelve years, I feel the information given to Irish people about the situation in France is incorrect, or biased. The root cause of the problems as stated in many Irish papers come from Macron’s politics and
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Abortion : TDs Refuse Pain Relief for babies in late term abortions

Abortion : TDs Refuse Pain Relief for babies in late term abortions

Letter to Editor 02/12/2018 I feel disgusted and dismayed that our TD's rejected the few humane amendments that were put forward last week during the debates on the 'Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy 2018'. The mask has indeed slipped off to reveal one of the most
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Bingham loses 8-1 lead - but ultimately beats Dott 10-9

Bingham loses 8-1 lead - but ultimately beats Dott 10-9

Stuart Bingham surrendered an 8-1 lead but ultimately resisted one of the great Crucible comebacks to beat fellow former champion Graeme Dott 10-9 in a gripping final-frame decider.

World number 21 Dott rattled off three rapid frames to get back to 8-4 and, despite unluckily losing frame 13, he recovered to win five frames in a row.

That run included a beleaguered Bingham losing frame 16 on the three-miss rule.

But although Dott forced the decider, Bingham somehow pulled through.

Elsewhere, world number seven Judd Trump trails 6-3 against Thailand's world number 43 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh.

And world number six Mark Allen is 7-2 down against world number 35 Zhou Yuelong of China.

More to follow.

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Barry Hearn: Darts & snooker boss praises NHS after recovery from heart attack

World Professional Darts Corporation chief Barry Hearn says he is "firing on all cylinders" after a heart attack.He praised the NHS and is helping to oversee Friday's launch of the PDC's 'home tour', where players compete from their homes."I'm fine. With all the problems in the world, mine is not
Barry Hearn: Darts & snooker boss praises NHS after recovery from heart attack
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Barry Hearn 'in good spirits' after suffering 'minor heart attack'

World Snooker Tour and Professional Darts Corporation chairman Barry Hearn is in "good spirits" after suffering a heart attack on Sunday.Hearn, 71, is set to return home on Wednesday after having surgery.His son, boxing promoter Eddie Hearn, posted on social media: "My dad was taken to hospital on Sunday after
Barry Hearn 'in good spirits' after suffering 'minor heart attack'
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World Snooker Championship: Stephen Hendry & Steve Davis relive Crucible classics

Saturday was supposed to be the start of this year's World Championship.But like so much of the sporting calendar, the championship has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.Starting on Saturday, BBC Two will showcase 17 days of unforgettable, classic matches that took place at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre.Stephen Hendry
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World Snooker Championship: BBC to show classic Crucible matches

The 2003 semi-final between Ken Doherty and Paul Hunter will be one of 17 classic World Championship matches to be shown on BBC Two. Current world champion Judd Trump, seven-time winner Stephen Hendry and five-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan also feature in the two-hour episodes, starting on Saturday, 18 April.
World Snooker Championship: BBC to show classic Crucible matches
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World Snooker Championship rescheduled to start on 31 July

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letters to editor

From an Irish ex pat - thoughts on Brexit and BBC bias

From an Irish ex pat - thoughts on Brexit and BBC bias

Letter to Editor 31/01/2020 Hello good people. I am a Brit ex pat, presently resident in Brasil, where sadly Guinness is hard to come by. (hee hee) Born of Ulsterman Father and Dublin born Mother. Mixed religion. Aged 63 I witnessed many of the 'Troubles' in the North. I used to spend my school summer holidays on my Uncles farm in County Down. How times have changed. I too complained to the BBC about its' coverage of Brexit and its' so,so,so PRO remain stance. So much did I complain, I am now banned from complaining? The main reason the BBC banned me was
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Letter to Editor - Direct Provision and Asylum

Letter to Editor - Direct Provision and Asylum

Letter to Editor 20-11-2019 Dear Editor , I just wanted to write to you about asylum seekers and direct provision. Figures from the department of Justice show there were 3,762
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The Fiona Gregg story - The sad story of a Mother whos children were taken from her by a failed system

The Fiona Gregg story - The sad story of a Mother whos children were taken from her by a failed system

In November 2013 , Gardai issued a nationwide alert for a missing Roscommon woman and her three children . They were later found safe and well in Fermanagh . The Woman's name was Fiona Gregg . This is the last time Fiona would be together with her children as
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Events in France - a French Perspective

Events in France - a French Perspective

Letter to Editor 03/12/2018 As a French native living in Ireland for twelve years, I feel the information given to Irish people about the situation in France is incorrect, or biased. The root cause of the problems as stated in many Irish papers come from Macron’s politics and
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Abortion : TDs Refuse Pain Relief for babies in late term abortions

Abortion : TDs Refuse Pain Relief for babies in late term abortions

Letter to Editor 02/12/2018 I feel disgusted and dismayed that our TD's rejected the few humane amendments that were put forward last week during the debates on the 'Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy 2018'. The mask has indeed slipped off to reveal one of the most
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