Former Cork senior football manager Brian Cuthbert has warned the GAA faces dire consequences if it doesn’t improve the playing experience for its young members.
The festival, officially known as the Féile, was Ireland’s first ever multi-day music festival and took place at Semple Stadium from 1990 to 1994.
Handball’s first ever standalone John West Féile na nGael weekend proved a resounding success.
As the island of Ireland prepares to field two teams at this year's Euro2016 Championships, Brendan O'Brien, suggests the next six months could say much about how we see ourselves, both north and south.
It was the summer of 2005, when Cratloe’s footballers first announced themselves on the local scene.
GAA chiefs look set to introduce drastic revisions to their Féile na nGael competitions following “horror stories” of the preparations by some teams in the All-Ireland U14 competitions.
A DUBLIN club has defended its decision to send their U14s to Portugal before last weekend’s Féile tournament.
AFTER taking to 40 pitches across Cork yesterday, more than 4,000 U14 GAA players from across Ireland, England and America brought a splash of colour to the city as they paraded in their team colours.
YOU want to know what makes Tommy Walsh different? No, it’s not his size – the Kilkenny multiple All-Ireland winner (5) and multiple All-Star (8) is bigger than he looks on television, and certainly a lot stronger. It’s his attitude.
WHEN Eddie Hogan emigrated to New York in 1985, he was leaving behind a different kind of famine.
UNTIL this year, I had always believed that there were only two ways for a club to win a Championship.
THE Mayo County Board are set to delay appointing John O’Mahony’s replacement as county senior football boss until after they have undertaken a review that will look into root and branch reform of football in the county.
IT IS still safe to travel to Majorca, the Government last night advised holidaymakers, despite bomb attacks on the island on Sunday.
THE Féile na nGael festival of hurling is ready to roll again in Cork this year - it was on Leeside last season as part of the Capital of Culture year - with teams from all 32 counties as well as London and Warwickshire taking part.
DUBLIN chairman John Bailey is confident that the county’s underage hurling successes will have a knock-on effect at senior level.
FÉILE Peil will be hosted by Limerick this weekend when thousands of U-14 boys and girls converge on the Treaty City for the annual GAA Festival of Football.
Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) 4-4 Blackrock (Cork) 1-4
COCA-COLA will be the overall sponsor of the 2004 All-Ireland Colleges GAA finals. The finals will take place over the May Bank Holiday Weekend.
CHINESE poet Zhang Ye has been dropped from the programme for this year’s Féile na Bealtaine (Festival of May) in Dingle, Co Kerry, due to the SARS scare.
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