GAA president Liam O’Neill stood by his projection that the GAA was on its way to having more members overseas than at home. Photograph: INPHO/Cathal Noonan

Early GAA interaction with the United States was complicated. The 1888 season became the only one in the history of Gaelic games to be written off ent(...)

Maurice Davin: a forensic and considered advocate for the GAA in its early years

It’s been quite a start to the football championship. The two big provincial matches, in Connacht and Ulster, may have been more easily won than mo(...)