It’s rare you can identify precisely when a game of football turns against you. It’s usually a series of small incidents that culminate in a shift in momentum you just can’t reel back in.
I found myself searching sports channels on Saturday morning trying to catch a glimpse of Dingle’s Mark O’Connor making his AFL debut for the Geelong Cats against Essendon.More
Training camps have numerous benefits but probably the greatest is just the time everybody gets to spend away from the normal pressures associated with time, work, and family, says Mike Quirke.More
This is always the worst part of every inter-county football season — the lull between the league and start of the provincial championships.More
You might have heard the name of Vince Linnane in the past few days.More
For 15 years Colm Cooper represented everything that we love about traditional Kerry football. Our game will be a poorer one for his absence, writes Mike Quirke
For those of us who love Gaelic football, even this modernised version of the game, last Sunday was a brilliant day full of possibilities, permutations and performances.More