JOE BROLLY: The story of David and Adam

DAVID Clifford. Scored 12 points in the Kerry intermediate final last weekend then missed the vital one at the end to force penalties. It’s all very well scoring the unimportant ones. What a loser. Used to be you could drive two miles to see a game of football. Nowadays, you have to drive 300 (to […]

JOE BROLLY: Roll up and watch Rory

RORY Beggan kicked a three in-a-row of gravity-defying points on Sunday to slay Kilcoo and didn’t get the Man of the Match. It was the most extraordinary display of long-range kicking I have ever seen. Add to that the fact that all of the kicks were under the most tremendous pressure with the outcome at stake, […]

Cumann Chat: Discipline, Paul Mannion and GAA in the community

Disciplined teams are winning teams Raymond Munroe told Gaelic Life in a recent article that he was inspired by the advice from Mickey Moran about successful teams. Munroe said that Moran told him, ‘disciplined teams, are winning teams.’ Another piece in last week’s paper saw Kevin Madden explain that in 1996 Henry Downey told him […]