There is an old Yiddish Proverb that while “We plan, God laughs.” Try not to mention that within earshot of a GAA club secretary or a sports administrator over the coming days though. Continue reading
The GAA Advisory Committee on COVID-19 met on Saturday morning and made a number of changes to the return to play timetable which had previously been published. This was done in light of Friday’s more general relaxing of restrictions by … Continue reading
It looked at one point as likely as hitting a sliotar to the moon but it has now been confirmed that the GAA Kelloggs Cúl Camps are to take place this summer and to be boosted by a new TV programme on TG4 to get warmed up in advance.
It promises to be a real winner for a potentially much larger audience than would ever have been able to make it on person and is an initiative that will likely survive the return to more normal summers in years to come.
The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has issued a set of specific guidelines for the return to sport of children and adolescents. Two members of the Sport for Business community will play a key part in meeting the requirements for logging attendance.
Donegal footballer Michael Murphy is across all media this morning after an open session yesterday to promote his appearance in the final part of the repeat of AIB’s The Toughest trade on Virgin Media on Monday night. Continue reading
The excitement of getting back to training and playing is tempered somewhat by the amount of work that is having to go in to ensuring that everything is being done in a manner that will maintain the health of players and families. Continue reading
Centra is the latest of the GAA Championship brands to launch their 2018 partnership and have done so with research that shows just how deep hurling is woven into our national identity. This is Centra’s eighth year of supporting the … Continue reading