Donal O'Grady - Columnist - IRISH EXAMINER

DONAL O'GRADY: Second half leaves JBM with much to do but little time to do it

The sun shone but there had been a significant breeze all day. 


DONAL O'GRADY: All or nothing as reality bites in qualifiers

There’s great excitement. You’ve got the call. You’re appearing on "Reality Bainisteoir", a programme running in conjunction with the championship.


DONAL O'GRADY: Three lessons learnt in Thurles as Waterford’s goalden touch proves key


Waterford were the better team overall and had the capacity to score goals at crucial times. 


DONAL O'GRADY: Cork must play with physicality

Waterford triumphed in the league final so how can Cork gain revenge this weekend?

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DONAL O'GRADY: Six-day recovery will pose challenge

One of the biggest challenges facing the Dublin and Galway management teams is the six-day turnaround to their Leinster championship replay.


DONAL O'GRADY: Quality was mixed but Munster first round contests are all about winning

The first half at Semple Stadium didn’t provide a great deal of entertainment, although the second was a distinct improvement.


DONAL O'GRADY: Cork must regroup as traditional game thing of the past

When GAA historians reflect on the changes that hurling has undergone, will they mark down Sunday, May 3, 2015 as the day when the conventional game with the traditional positions of six, two, six finally died?