The return to work looks as though it is paused again as rising rates of Covid-19 infection continue to cause fear and alter plans. People are nervous after so long away from offices and places of work and 48 per … Continue reading
A new free wellbeing support text service has been launched by the Gaelic Players Association and Women’s Gaelic Players Association. Continue reading
To mark the Olympics that would have been taking place in Tokyo right now we have joined up with the sponsors of our Olympics Coverage on Sport for Business Indeed, to bring to life a series of interviews with those … Continue reading
The discussions that have taken place loudly in the media and to a slightly lesser extent within the body of the GAA about the timing of club and county fixtures in 2020 was an area that we covered in our discussion with CEO Paul Flynn just before he went into yesterday’s AGM.
Connacht Rugby has signed a new three-year partnership with Tribe Hospitality Group who will become Official Catering Partners to the province. Continue reading
The Gaelic Players Association have criticised the GAA for what they see as the Association painting inter county competition as being a ‘problem child’ in the Annual Report published on Tuesday.
Dublin footballer, Jonny Cooper alongside Kilkenny hurler, Joey Holden and Kilkenny Camogie player Grace Walsh have teamed up with Avonmore Protein Milk to launch their new premium protein milk, Avonmore Protein Gold.
Inter-County GAA Players are almost twice as likely to have a degree than the general male population though some will have chosen a course in order to allow them further their football and hurling career as opposed to one that will advance the same beyond the field of play.
The GAA has published a new report into Player development which seeks to redraw the boundaries of where that should best take place. It’s not a problem unique to the GAA. Is there an opportunity now to learn better from each other? Continue reading
Mrs Brown’s Boys and the FAI have announced the latest phase of their innovative Heart Care programme as it enters its second year in operation, helping to protect children and adolescents from Sudden Cardiac Death. Continue reading