From failing to play a minute of underage football for Dublin to making his intercounty at 25, it’s been a long journey but Eoghan O’Gara just might have arrived at the right time
It has been 41 years since Limerick hurlers won the Liam MacCarthy Cup and some of their near misses have been tremendously painful – no more so than 1994
Groundsmen the length and breadth of the country spare no time or effort in getting their GAA facilities just right for the big day
Two brothers, Pat and Séamus ‘Banty’ McEnaney, go shoulder to shoulder over the black card issue. No pulling or dragging allowed . . .
The constructive use of performance analysis is a vital part of any top team’s armoury
Sky’s decision to broadcast Gaelic games is final proof for the GAA of the overwhelming success of their TV experiment
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