Burns to fulfil his destiny

By Niall McCoy SHORTLY after 4.30pm on Saturday at the Canal Court Hotel in Newry, Jarlath Burns will take office of the most prestigious role in the GAA as he replaces Larry McCarthy as Uachtarán Cumann Lúthchleas Gael. It will be the culmination of decades of work in the association, not without its speed bumps, […]

Errigal have ‘clear intention’ of working towards change of underage grades

ERRIGAL Ciaran have a ‘clear intention’ of working towards change in the GAA’s underage grades despite their motion being defeated at last weekend’s Congress in Mayo. The motion, also endorsed in media circles by Vice Chairman Peter Canavan and current Antrim manager Enda McGinley, called for a change of wording in the GAA Official Guide […]