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Sinéad Goldrick writes her name in history books
Denis Hurley
Sinéad Goldrick has become the first woman to win both an All-Ireland and an Australian Football League title.
23 November 2022 Community
Changes are coming to the GAA - and that means your club and county too
We love playing Gaelic football, hurling, camogie, handball or rounders – every village has a Gaelic club and it is the heartbeat of the community, writes Denis Hurley.
9 November 2022 Living Life
‘My dream was to be a Kilkenny hurler and play on the hurling team’
Kilkenny star Grace Walsh wanted to be a hurler as a young child, but that dream changed in her teenage years when she was exposed to the might of the Cats’ camogie team, writes Anne O’Donoghue.
Awards galore for Dairymaster, Kerry and ICBF
Dairymaster, ICBF and Kerry were all winning matches this week.
9 November 2022 News
Sun sets on Sky era of GAA coverage
With Sky’s departure and changes to RTÉ programmes and GAAGO, a new era may be dawning for coverage of the national sports.
2 November 2022 Sport
Hurley makers look for alternatives to ash
Teagasc research to build up a gene bank of disease tolerant ash continues while support required to explore alternative species and approaches to hurley making.
2 November 2022 Forestry
On air with Game On presenter Marie Crowe
Presenter of 2FM’s Game On, Marie Crowe, chats to Anne O’Donoghue about getting into sports broadcasting and the lie-of-the-land for women’s sport
12 October 2022 Features
Minor grade, major problems at Cork GAA
Age limits for GAA minor teams has become a particular sticking point of late, with Cork County Board due to bring a motion to the GAA Congress.
12 October 2022 Sport
Denny Fitz: Colourful commentary
Denny Fitz reflects on some of the more colourful commentators he has encountered in the GAA.
5 October 2022 Features
GAA referees deserve the same respect as in rugby
The penalties for backchat in rugby are strong enough as to completely deter players from questioning a referee's authority. Denis Hurley wonders whether the same should be true for the GAA.
7 September 2022 Sport
Ann Devine's brush with the law
Ann Devine is blaming the split season for a brush with the law on the GAA pitch, writes Colm O’Regan.
31 August 2022 Features
A lifelong game of clubground bingo
Since 2007 Denis Hurley has been on a self-imposed mission to cover a match at every clubground in Cork.
31 August 2022 Sport