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“Sport is nothing without fans” is a saying derived long before Covid-19 sprung up on our radar. It is a phrase that essentially translates that without people who love the game, then what use is it in the first place? Even the most pessimistic among us could...
It is hard to believe but we are now inside the last month of GAA club championship action for 2020. The county finals continue this weekend. Neighbours Dunloy and Loughgiel Shamrocks contest the Antrim Hurling decider. In Armagh, Crossmaglen Rangers are chasing a twenty-second Football title since 1995. Standing in their way...
We have entered the month of September. Traditionally the month when the big prizes are handed out in the Inter-County game. This time around the GAA club championship is grabbing the headlines. No county titles to be handed out this weekend but they are some mouth-watering fixtures. Here are the top...
With the current situation in all sports in Ireland being significantly impacted by Covid-19 currently after being shut down for the last couple of months we are starting to see the restart we have been craving. The restart of the GAA club championship recently has been a welcome return to...
All the GAA talk this week has centred on off-field topics. So, it is nice to have action club championship action to grab the spotlight, even if it behind closed doors. The Government announcement on Tuesday went down like a lead balloon. If there any consolation, there...
The finding your feet period for club teams is over. Most counties' group stage campaigns are coming to a close. Some are seeing the knockout stages in full flow. There are some mouth-watering fixtures this weekend. Here are the top five games to look out for across...
It is the fourth weekend of Club Championships since the GAA return from the COVID 19 pandemic. Things are beginning to heat up across the respective competitions. Multiple games carry huge significances in Football and Hurling. Here are some of the most eye-catching matches down for decision.
‘Nothing beats being there’ is a popular slogan in the GAA world. This can be applied to all sporting events in Ireland with the concept of attending matches always being an integral part of Irish culture. With current Covid-19 guidelines stating that all matches must have an...
It is in the middle of July. Under normal circumstances, the Super Eights in the All-Ireland Football Championship would be starting to heat up. There would be just four teams left standing in the All-Ireland Hurling Championship. However, 2020 has been different. Instead after four months due to the COVID 19 pandemic,...
On the 26th of June, the GAA announced that for the first time since 2000, the All Ireland Football Championship will be played on a straight knockout basis. It will commence alongside the hurling on October 31st with the final being held on Saturday, December 19th. Great...
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