Best and worst of the GAA in one Donegal club

Dara Ó Cinnéide at Baile na nGall in Kerry. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Tonight on RTÉ you can see the first episode of GAA Eile, a series on Gaelic games that your columnist — full disclosure — worked on.

It’s a follow-up, of sorts to GAA Nua, which was out last year, but we took a slightly different tack this time out. As Dara Ó Cinnéide — another man who’ll be very familiar to readers of this paper — says in the trailer, it’s about certain the costs of our games.

As Dara says:

“Who’s paying and what are they paying for? And if there’s a commercial value, how does it impact on the traditional values of our games?”

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