Posts Tagged ‘GAA’

Furthermore, Liverpool look set to host GAA games after they said they would love to host GAA games at the World renowned Anfield. The news comes after the club revealed they have plans to upgrade the stadium. They plan on increasing the capacity by 7,000 which would mean the stadium would be able to have […]

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The identification and treatment of concussion in contact-related team sports has improved dramatically over the last decade. The day of the coach running onto the pitch and asking a player “how many fingers am I holding up?” are thankfully long gone. However, progress and education of coaches and medical staff involved with both professional and […] Read the rest of this entry »
Seamus Coleman current Ireland international and captain has spoke about his desire to go back playing Gaelic Football again. The Donegal native who plays with Everton FC in the English Premier League, togged out for St Catherine’s and Killybegs before turning to soccer to play with League of Ireland side Sligo Rovers and subsequently becoming […] Read the rest of this entry »
It has been a great weekend for Irish sports teams with both the Rugby league and union getting victories and the Football team getting a 0-0 draw against Denmark Read the rest of this entry »
On Thursday morning Cormac Neeson from Down band The Answer took time out to talk to us this morning about their new album, GAA and the state of soccer in Northern Ireland. Read the rest of this entry »
In a weekend that saw some wondrous sporting moments and glimpses of enviable skill and athleticism, we were also reminded of the ugly side of GAA action from earlier in the month. Read the rest of this entry »
Louth have named their team that will take on Antrim in their Round One qualifier on Saturday. Read the rest of this entry »