The Gaelic Athletic Association (Irish: Cumann Lúthchleas Gael) is an amateur Irish and international cultural and sporting organisation focused primarily on promoting Gaelic games, which include the traditional Irish sports of hurling, camogie, Gaelic football, handball and rounders. The GAA also promotes Irish music and dance, and the Irish language.
# gaa - Tuesday 1 April, 2014
It’s either a bad blooper or some brilliant trolling on day one of the GAA’s new era.
The GAA, meanwhile, have defended the decision, arguing that it’s not primarily financially motivated.
This morning’s Gift Grub was particularly excellent and even more relevant given this evening’s news.
Who would you like to see in the Sky studio this summer?
Some TDs have already voiced their opposition to the move, while former GAA President Nicky Brennan recently played down concerns.
‘He’s hit the beans on toast at the Canal End’.
The GAA have announced the new package to cover the period 2014-2017.
The dates, times and venues are in for this week’s games.
Live coverage of Connacht Championship opener against Mayo woud be a “win-win” for everyone, New York boss Ian Galvin said.
# gaa - Monday 31 March, 2014
St Vincent’s, Portumna, Milford, WIT, Cavan and Cork were amongst those celebrating this month.
A management buy-out of the Mayo GAA sponsors got the green light this afternoon.
Plenty to debate after a weekend where Tipperary, Clare, Kilkenny, Galway and Dublin claimed victories.
Brian Cuthbert believes the 27 year-old deserves support.
Horan’s men sucker-punched by two late Eoghan O’Gara goals in Croke Park.
Sean Currie came off the bench following Cluxton’s red card — but will he get the nod for Sunday’s game against Tyrone?
Tipperary booked a league semi-final place with a 3-25 to 4-19 win.
Is Patrick Mulvihill set to move to last year’s All-Ireland club champions?
Derry continue to impress and Division 2 continues to surprise.
From Croker on Saturday to Cork on Sunday, these are some of our favourite shots.
# gaa - Sunday 30 March, 2014
The Leesiders had 24 points to spare today.
There was plenty of action in Division 2 of the National Football League today.
The Treaty helped their own fight against relegation.
Brian Cody will be pleased with his day’s work.
Tipperary ran out five-goal winners over Leitrim.
Conor Conney’s 1-9 was crucial for the Tribesmen.
John O’Dwyer shot 1-7 in the Premier County’s victory at Semple Stadium.
Two late goals weren’t enough for Jason Ryan’s men.
Danny Sutcliffe netted twice against 14-man Waterford.
The Banner will face Tipperary in the last four.
Tyrone launched a late comeback in Páirc Uí Rinn this afternoon.
The Kingdom trailed by a point at the break but clicked through the gears top win with ease.
It was a busy and dramatic afternoon of hurling action. We went puck-by-puck.
We went around the grounds to keep you up to the speed with today’s football action.
Clare travel to O’Moore Park in Portlaoise this afternoon.
# gaa - Saturday 29 March, 2014
Dublin rally from five points down in the last five minutes to deny Mayo in Croke Park.
The Royal County showed composure under pressure in the dying stages, with Reilly, Stephen Bray and Shane O’Rourke grabbing points late on to ensure their win.
Ian Kilbride received a straight red card just before half-time, with his side producing a valiant display thereafter.
Well, that was dramatic. Catch up on all the action from tonight’s superbly entertaining Croke Park clash in our minute-by-minute report.
The Dingle school had nine points to spare.
The Kilkenny school are the Niall McInerney Cup champions.