Playing rules committee chairman Jarlath Burns has revealed they have been asked to address the cynicism that was seen in the closing stages of last month’s All-Ireland senior football final. However, he admitted they are unlikely to bring forward any proposed rule changes to do so.
Mon, 02 Oct, 2017
Fears expressed for the GAA’s disciplinary system — in the wake of Diarmuid Connolly’s successful appeal against a suspension that allowed him play in Dublin’s All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo this year — have eased significantly in the wake of a landmark case held in Belfast this week.
Fri, 30 Oct, 2015
It will forever be known as the game that led Jarlath Burns to declare the death of football, but Rory O’Carroll fully expects Dublin to be faced with the same defensive dilemmas this summer as that employed by Derry at the end of March.
Wed, 27 May, 2015
Sean Boylan knows a thing or two about bringing Dublin down, and while the legendary Meath manager sees no obvious stumbling block to prevent the Dubs running amok in Leinster again this year, he sees problems ahead for Jim Gavin’s side.
Fri, 08 May, 2015
It was hard to know which prompted the greater sense of outrage last Saturday night: the way Dublin and especially Derry went about the joyless business of trying to get a result in Croker or Jarlath Burns declaring via Twitter that the game signalled ‘The death of Gaelic football’,.
Tue, 31 Mar, 2015