Sponsorship has come through in the shape of TG4 and Lidl but the Club Championships have yet to attract the interest of a major sponsor… Continue reading
Last night’s first airing of Blues Sisters, a year-long look behind the scenes at the Dublin Ladies Football teams’ bid to put three years of hurt behind them was emotional, engaging and compelling in every way.
Jackie Cahill has been named as the new Commercial and Communications Manager at the Ladies Gaelic Football Association. Continue reading
Dean Rock and Sinead Finnegan from the Dublin All Ireland winning men’s and women’s teams paid a visit to sponsor AIG’s offices in Dublin yesterday as a thank you to staff for the support they have received through their year of success… Continue reading
There was a veritable rush of recognition for players of Gaelic Games yesterday with TG4, Bord Gais Energy and Electric Ireland all revealing the players to be nominated or selected as the best of their position in Ladies Football, U21 Hurling and Minor Football… Continue reading
It was clear from within the stadium from early on that the crowd was going to be big. As Mayo and Dublin fans began to arrive ahead of the Senior Final it was clear that a new record was going to be set and that last year's record attendance of just under 35,000 was going to be left well behind...