Diarmuid Connolly made a return to competitive action when coming on as a second-half substitute for St Vincent’s in their Dublin Adult Hurling League Division 1 encounter against Craobh Chiaráin at Páirc Naomh Uinsionn last night.
Sat, 05 May, 2018
Waterford were just the better team. So were Tipperary on Saturday but there was still a sense that Clare left it after them. You cannot argue against 21 points from play to seven, but some of the missed chances for Clare were soul destroying, writes
Mon, 24 Jul, 2017
A tip of the hat to the Galway management committee. Nobody, dare it be said not even some of their own, thought it would last this long. That they would succeed in bringing the players to the negotiating table as often as they have this month is a remarkable achievement. Their will to have it out, it seems, is stronger than the 2015 panel to have Anthony Cunningham ousted.
Tue, 20 Oct, 2015
THE GAA is determined to clamp down on breaches of rule regarding the use of facilities by other sporting bodies, in a clear response to the controversy sparked by the use of Nemo Rangers’ indoor training centre by the Irish rugby squad earlier in the year.
Wed, 18 Aug, 2010
YESTERDAY’s alcohol ban in central Bari, only lifted after last night’s match in the San Nicola Stadium, was about as futile and comical an exercise as one high-profile but uncapped League of Ireland player’s announcement of his retirement from international football a couple of seasons ago.
Thu, 02 Apr, 2009
CLOYNE GAA club has refuted media reports suggesting the club is split as a result of the ongoing impasse in Cork hurling. The club executive issued a statement yesterday evening which also stressed that the motion it put before the Cork county board was not intended to be critical of the board or its executive.
Wed, 28 Jan, 2009