Kelly thinks about running for the Irish presidency

According to a report today, Irish presidency was taken into consideration by Former GAA president Sean Kelly, Mr. Kelly, who is presently a Fine Gael MEP, advised the Irish Examiner that he would “think about it” when questioned if he would consider bidding for president and added that he would be privileged if selected to […]

Dubs reveal astonishing commercial earnings

Dublin GAA generated a huge €1.62m in commercial income throughout the course of 2017. Records were disclosed at last night’s Convention showed that commercial revenue was up by €130k from the preceding year. Among main sponsor AIG and partnerships forged with no less than twelve other commercial brands, €1,462,529 was generated in addition to the […]

GAA is hiring a new director-general

The GAA has announced the need of a new director-general ahead of Paraic Duffy’s scheduled retirement in March. Duffy proclaimed in October his intent to resign after 10 years in the position, however it’s only now that the GAA has decided to look for his replacement. Jarlath Burns, John Costello, Liam Sheedy and Peter McKenna are among those […]

Abusing officials should come to an end

The abuse of referees must be brought to an end otherwise games will possibly be canceled according to Leitrim GAA chairman Terence Boyle. Speaking at last Monday night’s county convention, Boyle emphasized the need for new referees in the county, where canvassing for additional officials is being held back by the abuse that those already […]

Darren Hughes to replace injured Pearce Hanley

Monaghan’s Darren Hughes will replace Pearce Hanley who suffered a broken hand. Hughes will fly to Australia to help Ireland as they try to come back from a 10-point deficit to retain the Cormac McAnnallen championship. Team manager Joe Kernan confirmed the replacement, saying the midfielder will provide a huge help to the team. “He […]