Paul Flynn

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Kieran McGeeney: “Kieran [Donaghy] made a career out of bringing other people into the game, and I think that was something we were sort of missing in Armagh.” Photograph: David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile

Kieran McGeeney opens with a joke about wanting another Kieran on the Armagh sideline to supplement his own sense of humour. That being Kieran Donaghy(...)

KD Food Co’s grazing table, suitable for small celebrations, when regulations allow.

Andrea Keogh and her partner Pete Dowling have been running KD Food Co since last October, having moved from Dublin to Keogh’s home town of Kilkenny i(...)

UCC celebrate their 2011 Sigerson Cup victory with manager Billy Morgan. Photograph: Inpho

Ten years ago last month, University College Cork won the centenary Sigerson Cup in Belfield. It was an affirmation of old-style collective spirit but(...)

Jess Murphy, centre, of Kai, Galway with Eugene and Ronan Greaney of The Dough Bros

I don’t like pizzas that stray too far from their roots. And I’m not talking pineapple. While it would never make it into my four toppings of choice, (...)

In practice, many of us use our microwaves for little more than heating ready meals or making porridge and popcorn. Photograph: Getty

Do you consciously avoid standing near a microwave oven in case some of its energy leaks out, or wait a moment before putting your hand in to retrieve(...)

Taste of the Festival: Paul Flynn, Tannery chef and Irish Times food columnist

The West Waterford Festival of Food has temporarily relaunched as a virtual and socially distanced event for 2021, under the banner Festival Spirit, a(...)

Paul Flynn’s rack of bacon and creamed cabbage. Photograph: Harry Weir

Hands up who will be eating corned beef and cabbage tomorrow. Hmm. Despite what our American cousins think, it won’t feature on many dinner table(...)

Motion 20 stipulated (in hurling) both the award of a penalty and a sin binning when a player deprives an opponent of a goal-scoring opportunity by committing one of three specified infractions. File photograph: Inpho

The GAA has voted to accept new penalties for cynical fouling. After an intense debate, the motion was carried by 168-108 or 61-39 per cent. Motion (...)

Lilly Higgins, who writes the Fast Family Feasts column in the Irish Times Magazine every Saturday, knows a lot about cooking for and with children. A(...)

Paul Flynn has been a member of the executive since 2012.

Paul Flynn is to step down as CEO of the Gaelic Players Association later this year, it was announced on Friday afternoon. Flynn, a six-time All-Irela(...)

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