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 […]
Kevin Cassidy analyses the news from the recent congress.
The CPA dissolved their group this week.
A rule amendment that any player who receives a kick-out cannot pass it back to the goalkeeper.
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin has praised Saturday’s Special Congress for getting most of the big issues right.
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin has called on the GAA to explain why they removed one of the most progressive proposals.
GAELIC Life columnist John Martin believes that the All-Ireland Hurling Championship is strong enough to absorb the blows of Congress.
The CPA wants Paraic Duffy to stall his new proposals.
AFTER this year’s Annual Congress, I decided to hold my council on the issue as I wanted to see the general reaction of the GAA public.
I’M surprised there hasn’t been more reaction to Antrim club Glen Rovers’ motion to Congress in relation to the Christy Ring Cup winners.