GAA recommend fans wear face coverings at club games

GAA recommend fans wear face coverings at club games

Patrons are also encouraged to bring their own hand sanitiser

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All-Ireland final penalty misses: 'It’s bad enough I get blamed for costing Kerry the five-in-a-row, they add the one in ‘86 to it!'

All-Ireland final penalty misses: 'It’s bad enough I get blamed for costing Kerry the five-in-a-row, they add the one in ‘86 to it!'

Charlie Redmond and Mikey Sheehy both missed penalties in a final. They don't want shootouts to decide this year's.

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St Brendan's left devastated as appeal to play All-Ireland final fails

St Brendan's left devastated as appeal to play All-Ireland final fails

The manager of the St Brendan's College junior team has decided to withdraw from all Gaelic games activity in the school after the GAA cancelled their All-Ireland final.

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Spicy club GAA clashes to be served up live on TG4

Spicy club GAA clashes to be served up live on TG4

It may not be summer GAA as we know it, but nostalgia only takes you so far. Hence the additional spice to TG4’s confirmation today of their live tv schedule for club championship games across the country over the next couple of months.

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Diarmuid Lyng feared Wexford were almost lost to hurling

Diarmuid Lyng feared Wexford were almost lost to hurling

Diarmuid Lyng has admitted he shared the same concerns as Davy Fitzgerald about Wexford almost being lost from the top level of hurling.

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Quarantine won't stop Cahir Healy lining out for Portlaoise

Quarantine won't stop Cahir Healy lining out for Portlaoise

The flying visit home to line out for the club is out of the question this year but Portlaoise’s London-based Cahir Healy saw that one coming.

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GAA county boards ask for crowd restrictions to be eased

GAA county boards ask for crowd restrictions to be eased

A number of GAA county boards have asked the Government to increase the maximum number of people permitted to attend outdoor events.

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Liam O’Donovan ruled out of Cork's 2020 campaign

Liam O’Donovan ruled out of Cork's 2020 campaign

Liam O’Donovan will miss Clonakilty and Cork’s 2020 campaigns after suffering a cruciate ligament tear in a club challenge game last weekend.

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David Herity on Brian Cody: He was eating a scone, but just kept going ‘you’re too old’

David Herity on Brian Cody: He was eating a scone, but just kept going ‘you’re too old’

The former Kilkenny goalkeeper reveals how Brian Cody promoted him over PJ Ryan, rebuked him for his Sunday Game interview, and later dropped him for Eoin Murphy.

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GAA facing ‘a pandemic’ of injuries, predicts Mike McGurn

GAA facing ‘a pandemic’ of injuries, predicts Mike McGurn

Fitness expert Mike McGurn has predicted “a pandemic” of injuries will emerge when GAA club players return to competitive action from next week.

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Páirc Uí Chaoimh to host Glen Rovers v St Finbarr’s as 43 venues get games

Páirc Uí Chaoimh to host Glen Rovers v St Finbarr’s as 43 venues get games

Páirc Uí Chaoimh will play host to just one game during the opening fortnight of Cork county championship action.

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Boot Room: Colman Kennedy - 'That could be deemed the best Dublin minor team ever. To beat them is a memory to cherish'

Boot Room: Colman Kennedy - 'That could be deemed the best Dublin minor team ever. To beat them is a memory to cherish'

Colman Kennedy on one of the most famous goals ever scored by a Tipperary footballer.

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Colin Corkery: ‘I woke up in intensive care with Bishop Buckley praying away’

Colin Corkery: ‘I woke up in intensive care with Bishop Buckley praying away’

Former Cork captain Colin Corkery admits he was scolded by Dr Con Murphy for unwittingly risking his life by playing in the 1999 county final.

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Sarah Rowe: 'No doubt we will see Cork players going to Australia at some point'

Sarah Rowe: 'No doubt we will see Cork players going to Australia at some point'

Sarah Rowe has no issue with Peter Leahy's warning that the time has come for players to choose between Mayo and Aussie Rules.

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GAA's Management Committee to retain emergency powers

GAA's Management Committee to retain emergency powers

The GAA have confirmed that its Management Committee will retain emergency powers until August 27 at least.

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42% of Munster GAA clubs struggling to attract volunteers

42% of Munster GAA clubs struggling to attract volunteers

The finding is included in a detailed Munster GAA report focused on the return on coaching investment across the province.

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Dual dates drive Cork into potential problems

Dual dates drive Cork into potential problems

Cork can officially be confirmed as the county making the most of the GAA club window — but it may have knock-on effects for their senior county teams’ preparations.

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GAA clubs to report inter-county training breaches directly to Croke Park

GAA clubs to report inter-county training breaches directly to Croke Park

Direct evidence of a county panel training collectively does not need to be presented by the aggrieved club, rather a suspicion of such.

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Sarah Rowe comfortable with Mayo manager's 'stay or go' ultimatum

Sarah Rowe comfortable with Mayo manager's 'stay or go' ultimatum

Mayo star Sarah Rowe understands the hardline stance taken by her county coach Peter Leahy who has decided that his players will have to choose between their native code and Aussie Rules.

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Players in danger of falling between club and county, warns John Sugrue

Players in danger of falling between club and county, warns John Sugrue

Kerry U20 football manager John Sugrue is concerned players will suffer if they are not allowed to join county training once their clubs exit their championships.

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GoFundMe page set up as West Cork GAA club fights for survival

GoFundMe page set up as West Cork GAA club fights for survival

A West Cork GAA club in danger of running out of money has set up a GoFundMe page in the hope of raising €10,000.

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Dublin hurler Liam Rushe will relish 'bonus' GAA season

Dublin hurler Liam Rushe will relish 'bonus' GAA season

Dublin hurler Liam Rushe says this season is a “bonus year” given how unlikely GAA inter-county games were just a couple of months ago.

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Make 2020 catalyst for real change in the GAA, urges CPA chief Micheál Briody

Make 2020 catalyst for real change in the GAA, urges CPA chief Micheál Briody

Club Players Association (CPA) chairman Micheál Briody has urged the GAA to be brave and to finally implement a club friendly calendar for the 2021 season.

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Line-up for colleges/divisions section of Cork GAA championships confirmed

Line-up for colleges/divisions section of Cork GAA championships confirmed

If Imokilly receive a bye to the final of the colleges/divisions section, their four-in-a-row attempt will be shortened to just four games.

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Criminal case being built around online abuse of Clare GAA secretary

Criminal case being built around online abuse of Clare GAA secretary

A criminal case relating to alleged online abuse of Clare GAA secretary Pat Fitzgerald and other county officials is at an advanced stage.

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Uncertain days for AFL, but Mark O'Connor still stoked by Aussie lifestyle

Uncertain days for AFL, but Mark O'Connor still stoked by Aussie lifestyle

Soon after Saturday’s 89-52 win over Gold Coast Suns, Mark O’Connor was packing his bags and getting ready to say goodbye to Geelong.

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A legend at 90: 'Theo English would still talk hurling with any man, woman or child in Tipperary'

A legend at 90: 'Theo English would still talk hurling with any man, woman or child in Tipperary'

"You have to remember that Theo English is a man that worked hard all his life," Paddy O'Keeffe explains.

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County chairs to be banned if counties break Covid-19 training date

County chairs to be banned if counties break Covid-19 training date

County chairpersons have been told they will be held responsible should their county teams be found to have trained before September 14.

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Sean McCarthy: 'The last 10% that was needed, Canon O’Brien was the man to get that out of players'

Sean McCarthy: 'The last 10% that was needed, Canon O’Brien was the man to get that out of players'

It was a time when the Cork hurlers went to games in a fleet of cars, and Sean McCarthy was usually in the same company.

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Cork boss Jerry Wallace lodges appeal against axing of All-Ireland Minor Camogie Championship

Cork boss Jerry Wallace lodges appeal against axing of All-Ireland Minor Camogie Championship

Cork minor camogie manager Jerry Wallace has lodged an appeal to the Camogie Association against the decision to cancel this year’s All-Ireland Minor Camogie Championship.

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Clare GAA will go bust if costs are not cut, warns treasurer

Clare GAA will go bust if costs are not cut, warns treasurer

Delegates were told a €250,000 bank loan must be repaid to AIB by the end of the year.

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Counties could face expulsion from All-Ireland as GAA harden collective training stance

Counties could face expulsion from All-Ireland as GAA harden collective training stance

Counties who train collectively before September 14 could be dumped out of the Championship as the GAA have hardened their stance on breaches.

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Avondhu, Seandún, and CIT opt not to take part in Cork GAA championships

Avondhu, Seandún, and CIT opt not to take part in Cork GAA championships

The vast majority of Cork's divisions are opting not to put forward a senior hurling team, writes Eoghan Cormican.

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Here's when each county plans to play their GAA club finals

Here's when each county plans to play their GAA club finals

Just ten counties will use the full 13-week GAA club window to run off their county championships.

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Niall Corcoran: Lack of sanctions mean GAA has given go-ahead for early training

Niall Corcoran: Lack of sanctions mean GAA has given go-ahead for early training

All Laois want is fairness, Corcoran insists, but he says confirmation from the GAA that they won’t sanction counties who train before September 14 doesn’t help.

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Referees served reminder of Gaelic football's rule changes

Referees served reminder of Gaelic football's rule changes

The GAA’s national match officials coordinator Donal Smyth has reminded club football referees of the rule changes ahead of competitive action resuming later this month.

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Shane Dowling on retirement: 'I haven’t slept well. I have struggled to eat. It just shows what it means to me'

Shane Dowling on retirement: 'I haven’t slept well. I have struggled to eat. It just shows what it means to me'

Last Friday evening, John Kiely visited Shane Dowling’s home for a cup of tea. News was to be imparted and digested as memories were to be shared.

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Why Conor McManus won’t complain about challenging schedule

Why Conor McManus won’t complain about challenging schedule

Monaghan star Conor McManus has insisted that they won't complain about apparently drawing the Championship's short straw.

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Gaelic Players Association statement avoids crux of the issue

Gaelic Players Association statement avoids crux of the issue

The statement makes no reference to whether or not the GPA condemns or approves of the county teams who are flouting the inter-county training ban, writes Eoghan Cormican.

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With 'deep regret and heartbreak' Limerick hurler Shane Dowling forced to retire at 27

With 'deep regret and heartbreak' Limerick hurler Shane Dowling forced to retire at 27

Limerick’s Shane Dowling has been forced to retire from inter-county hurling through injury at the age of 27.

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Decision to axe Hogan Cup ‘leaves a bitter taste’ with Tralee CBS

Decision to axe Hogan Cup ‘leaves a bitter taste’ with Tralee CBS

Tralee CBS joint-manager Mike Tim O’Sullivan says the Croke Park decision to axe the Hogan Cup has left “a bitter taste in the mouth of players” and could lead to affected players dropping out of the sport far earlier than might otherwise have been the case.

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Cork referees may have to take charge of four games per weekend

Cork referees may have to take charge of four games per weekend

GAA referees in Cork will be asked to take charge of at least four games each weekend when county championship action throws-in later this month, according to Cork County Board referees’ administrator Niall Barrett.

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Boot Room: Oisín McConville - 'I came out of the shower and the boots were ripped to shreds'

Boot Room: Oisín McConville - 'I came out of the shower and the boots were ripped to shreds'

"It was an unwritten rule in Cross that you didn’t wear white boots."

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Gaelic Players Association: Optimism eroded by negative ‘club v county’ narrative

Gaelic Players Association: Optimism eroded by negative ‘club v county’ narrative

The Gaelic Players Association has said it is the responsibility of each county board to ensure their county teams do not recommence collective training before September 14.

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London ladies footballers plead for LGFA to reconsider their championship removal

London ladies footballers plead for LGFA to reconsider their championship removal

The London ladies football team say the decision leaves them "standing in the shadows" of their male counterparts.

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Carlow manager not the job for me, says Pat Critchley

Carlow manager not the job for me, says Pat Critchley

Carlow is the only senior inter-county team without a manager following Turlough O’Brien’s decision to quit after five-and-a-half seasons.

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Lack of clarity on return to inter-county action leaves London in ‘limbo’

Lack of clarity on return to inter-county action leaves London in ‘limbo’

“The rumour is that the Roscommon game is going to be in Ireland and not Ruislip,” said London football manager Michael Maher.

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Kieran Shannon: With a bit of cop on, club and county can get along

Kieran Shannon: With a bit of cop on, club and county can get along

Recent events prompted us to remember Rodney King’s famous 'Can’t We All Just Get Along?' plea but little did we think it would be the increasingly heated club-and-county debate - to the point, it’s becoming club-versus-county - rather than the prevalence of racial injustice and police brutality that still exists in America.

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Denis Walsh: Cork at a disadvantage to Munster semi-final rivals

Denis Walsh: Cork at a disadvantage to Munster semi-final rivals

Cork’s senior teams will be at a distinct disadvantage in their Munster semi-finals because of the size of their club championships, according to former hurling manager Denis Walsh.

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Kilkenny club members self-isolating after GAA player tests positive for coronavirus

Kilkenny club members self-isolating after GAA player tests positive for coronavirus

A number of members of a Kilkenny GAA club are understood to be self-isolating as a result of one of them testing positive for coronavirus.

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Robbie Smyth and Barry McKeon back for Longford

Robbie Smyth and Barry McKeon back for Longford

Smyth is regarded as the best forward in the county and his presence will be a significant boost.

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Own points and unfinished matches: The story of hurling championship games in December

Own points and unfinished matches: The story of hurling championship games in December

The 2020 All-Ireland Hurling final, scheduled for December 13, will be just the 13th Senior Hurling Championship game played in the final month of the year.

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GAA open to trialling electronic whistle as coronavirus precaution

GAA open to trialling electronic whistle as coronavirus precaution

The GAA is open to trialling electronic whistles for referees to smooth the return to action on the field of play.

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To beat Wexford will be vital, says Galway boss Shane O'Neill

To beat Wexford will be vital, says Galway boss Shane O'Neill

Galway senior hurling manager Shane O’Neill has stressed the importance of beating Wexford in a Leinster semi-final at the end of October.

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