Integration is long overdue: McAnenly

By Michael McMullan FORMER Derry camogie star Katie McAnenly feels the integration of all three codes of the Gaelic games’ family is “long overdue”. A native of Cargin, McAnenly (nee McAuley), played camogie with Castledawson and Derry before recently joining Cargin when they added camogie to their club. Now living in Ballygawley, her children play […]

Clear support among members for integration of Gaelic Games Associations

THE largest ever membership response to a sports survey in Ireland has given a clear vote of confidence to the path towards integration by the three Gaelic Games Associations. Commissioned by the Steering Group on Integration (SGI) of the Camogie Association, the Gaelic Athletic Association, and the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, and conducted and verified […]

Male inter-county teams weigh in with their support for female players

CAPTAINS from the senior inter-county football and hurling squads have backed their female counterparts in a statement released on Tuesday through the Gaelic Players Association. It comes after camogie and ladies football squads stating they were playing the rest of their season under protest, urging all three associations – GAA, Camogie Association and LGFA – […]

The 2023 wish list – four main issues the GAA need to consider next year

By Michael McMullan Proper hurling review FOOTBALL is more popular than hurling simply because there are more people playing it. More clubs mean more fans and sets of eyes watching games on any given weekend. I know people who don’t even entertain it as a GAA sport and some see it as a distraction. This […]