Gaa - Today’s News
The statue’s base is emblazoned with the words “Jim The Redeemer – For Services To Winning Matches”.
Reports emerged this morning of a spying incident at a closed Kerry training session.
There’s also action in Limerick, Laois and Wexford to look forward to.
But former Donegal manager Brian McEniff is still tipping the Tir Chonaill to beat the Kingdom on Sunday though.
They’ve been the bunting, flags and signs out in the south-west and the north-west.
Cathal McInerney is going to be playing for the Banner footballers in 2015.
County Board executive will meet later today to decide on their next step.
The Armagh man feels Kerry’s ‘guaranteed’ place in the quarter-finals gives them critical ‘big game experience’
He feels the Ulster champions have been exceptional but get undeserved criticism by certain parts of the media.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
The Kingdom have made changes in the full-back and half-forward line.
The Kingdom’s top scorer must settle for a place on the bench.
The minor and U21 positions will be rubberstamped tonight.
Take a bow for the creativity and effort.
He also sent them a few bob for a taxi fare. Because he’s sound.
Feel the nostalgia wash over you.
A former playing great is in line to lead the Tribesmen.
The former Kingdom corner forward admits there is a decision to be made at the end of this year.
The lads from Second Captains have set the mood for Sunday’s game.
Kerry’s minor boss is well aware what Kerry’s senior boss has to offer.
Tony McCleneghan will take on Kerry in Sunday’s All-Ireland minor football final at Croke Park.
The clash of the Cats and the Rebels is the big opening game.
The provisional fixture programme has been released for next spring’s action.
Dublin fans will wonder where this was in the All-Ireland semi final.
The Donegal man chats about making the choice to return this year and his battle to regain a place in the starting team.
Gaa - Wednesday 17 September, 2014
St Jude’s and Lucan Sarsfields also advanced to the next round of the Dublin SFC.
The Clare manager says accommodating dual players was one factor that led to a disappointing season.
Miracles, hymns and that haircut when he played for Tralee IT.
Further changes have been made to next year’s Clare hurling backroom team.
Hayes Hotel was sold at an auction in Dublin yesterday.
The pupils of Scoil Eoin Baiste in Lios Póil have done well.
Next Saturday’s game is in aid of Fundúireacht Páidi Ó Sé and a Donegal cancer charity.
Barry O’Sullivan will face Donegal in the All-Ireland minor football final on Sunday.
Padraig Lucey is to join Geelong.
The bronze sculpture has been erected outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
McGee and Michael Murphy were on their way to Dublin when they turned around the car in Monaghan to convince McGuinness to stay.
Gaa - Tuesday 16 September, 2014
David Walsh comes in for stick for his amount of grooming products and Frank McGlynn’s moaning also gets questioned.
O’Donoghue is Kerry’s star man but what plan will Donegal devise to handle him?
The Donegal player has experienced a remarkable revival.