Páraic Duffy, director general of the GAA Photograph: INPHO/James Crombie

Páraic Duffy, the GAA’s director general, and Liam O’Neill, its president, were quite the double act at the Oireachtas Committee on Transport a(...)

Armagh’s Steven McDonnell being interviewed at Croke Park. The GAA TV deal with Sky has aroused suspicion from grassroots members nationwide. Photo: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

GAA delegates in Kerry voiced their opposition to the Sky Sports deal at a sitting of the county board committee meeting last night, with one m(...)

The number of cards shown during the GAA’s 2014 regular league season almost halved since last year and the introduction of the black card, acc(...)

TV3 Group is offering voluntary redundancy “to a small number of staff”, stating that their positions “will become redundant because of changes(...)

 Minister of State for Sport Michael Ring: “It’s our national game.”

The GAA confirmed yesterday that a portion of their media rights packages for the next three years has been sold to Sky Sports, with the upshot(...)

GAA president Liam O’Neill. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

The New York county board has expressed surprise and disappointment after GAA president Liam O’Neill earlier this week raised some concerns ab(...)

International rugby referee Nigel Owens disappointed with  comments from former rugby player Neil Francis’s gay remarks. Photograph: Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters

Prominent sport figures have strongly criticised former rugby player Neil Francis’s claims gay people are “not interested in sports”. Int(...)

The GAA is  teaming up with global confectionary giant Cadbury to launch a Moro GAA bar.

The GAA is to team up with global confectionary giant Cadbury to launch a chocolate bar. The Moro GAA bar will be distributed exclusively in shops ope(...)

Peter McKenna, stadium and commercial director at Croke Park. “Certainly the spend per head is up and the number of conferences has increased.” Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

It might be an amateur association at heart but the GAA has proved itself to be highly professional in recent years at exploiting commercial opportuni(...)

The GAA has opted to stick with the new Hurling League structure agreed upon last December ahead of the 2014 season.The decision to adopt the format (...)

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