By Shaun Casey JARLATH Burns will be the next President of the GAA, but his term doesn’t get underway until 2024, so for the next 12 months, Burns will be looking ahead and putting plans in place for his three-year tenure, without stepping on the toes of the current President Larry McCarthy. Burns was elected […]
Casement Park included in bid to host Euro 2028
CASEMENT Park has been included in a joint bid to host the Euro 2028 soccer tournament. The Belfast venue joins Croke Park in a list that includes iconic soccer venues such as Old Trafford and Wembley. The joint bid between the UK and Ireland to host Euro 2028 has been formally submitted to UEFA, with […]
Mallon recommends planning approval for Casement Park
New home for Antrim football finally gets green light
Take Your Points Episode 19 – Paddy Cunningham, Casement and Jarlath Burns
Watch episode 19 of Take Your Points, the GAA chat show.
Antrim’s Harbinson ‘sets the record straight’ about Casement
Lenny Harbinson admitted Antrim made mistakes against Tyrone, but he has full belief in his team.
Nominations for position of Antrim chairman revealed
Gaelic Life can reveal that the three nominations for the position of Antrim chairman have been named. St.Enda’s businessman Ciaran McCavana, St.Paul’s club man Joe Edwards and outgoing north Antrim chairman Owen Elliot make up the nominations which clubs had until yesterday to make. The men will replace the outgoing team of Collie Donnelly, vice […]
Casement Park saga will be further delayed – Carvill
Cahal Carvill says the future of Casement Park is bleak following the Hightown Incinerator decision.
Casement application submitted to Belfast Council
Ulster GAA have submitted their planning application for Casement Park’s development.
New Casement Park proposal revealed
The Ulster Council have released designs for the new Casement Park.
Opening shot – Casement should be Belfast’s Croker
John Hughes explains that having the Ulster Championship final played at Casement would push GAA to the top of the cultural agenda in Belfast.