A ‘Fresher’ look at the game

Two new rules are being experimented with at university Fresher level in the GAA. Michael McMullan went along to see ATU Donegal in action against Queen’s and got the thoughts from both camps. THERE are two new rules relating to both kick-outs and the direction of the play from a set piece. The kick-out rule […]

GERARD O’KANE – Fans are voting with their feet

THE ‘State of the Nation’ address is an annual message delivered by the President of the United States on the current condition of the nation in terms of economy, education, health etc. Well in the last few weeks, it seems like half of all GAA related articles and almost 100 per cent of podcasts I have […]

KEVIN CASSIDY: A rethink on underage ruling is badly needed

I’VE purposely left this sit for a week to see what sort of reaction would occur from the decision to ban competitive action at under age levels. I’ve gone on record here before stating that sometimes the GAA amazes me – in particular, how they come about some of the decisions that they take and […]

Patton anticipates confusion and mistakes

By Frank Craig SHAUN Patton admits there will be plenty of trepidation surrounding the GAA’s return to play – and it won’t all be Covid-19 based. The GAA has confirmed that the new playing rule changes, implemented at the start of the year, are to remain in place. Inter-county sides have some experience of the […]