Keep knocking and heaven’s door will finally open

Keep knocking and heaven’s door will finally open

It’s All-Ireland camogie finals weekend and despite some critical commentary on the game (or the rules) over the past year, there is a good buzz about Sunday, ...

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Galway 2020: Changes we can all believe in

Galway 2020: Changes we can all believe in

Change…do any of us really like it?

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I’d say Brian Cody gets a good kick out of the notion his Kilkenny teams did not apply tactics

I’d say Brian Cody gets a good kick out of the notion his Kilkenny teams did not apply tactics

Comparisons of teams and players across generations need to be conditional, mindful of changes in a sport and in the science of sport.

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Words are meaningless without actions

Words are meaningless without actions

I have a good friend who regularly remarks that words only mean something if they are followed by actions.

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One of the great wonders of being a kid is having heroes

One of the great wonders of being a kid is having heroes

We are lucky at home to have three super young boys as neighbours.

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Hurling 2020 has partially delivered, but Hurling 2030 needs stronger voices

Hurling 2020 has partially delivered, but Hurling 2030 needs stronger voices

Whether you are a hurler, hurling fan, hurling coach, hurling administrator, whatever aspect of the hurling world you exist in, you tend to be in a minority.

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Don’t dismiss ‘player power’. It’s driving change in women’s sport

Don’t dismiss ‘player power’. It’s driving change in women’s sport

It’s Sunday morning and English actress Emma Thompson has just been on the radio with Miriam O’Callaghan. She noted that things are better for women ...

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The hardest decision is when there are two right answers

The hardest decision is when there are two right answers

The King and Queen of Sweden were in Ireland last week and took in a tour of Croke Park on their trip.

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Camogie is the greatest game — just call it hurling

Camogie is the greatest game — just call it hurling

It’s summer and Sunday evenings in local pubs are dominated by hurling talk. Common themes everywhere I would expect; the player that isn’t up to that ...

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