‘Jarlath is a man for his time’ says Peter Quinn

When Peter Quinn received his badge of office in April 1991, at the age of 47, there was much anticipation that Quinn would be a visionary for the Association. The Teemore man was the 31st President of the GAA and almost a fortnight ago, Jarlath Burns was elected the 41st President. Burns becomes the first person from […]

Bogue scoops national award at Croke Park

Garvary-native Declan Bogue was recognised at the prestigious McNamee awards in Croke Park last Saturday, receiving the 2014 National Media Award from GAA President Liam Ó Néill.

Children delighted as GAA President goes ‘walkabout’

The children of Tattygar Primary School, Lisbellaw presented an afternoon of sporting skills, song, dance, and most memorable GAA moments to their very special guest of honour Liam O’Neill the President of the GAA. The president also had to answer some tricky questions put to him by the  primary six and seven children. The visit […]