4 weeks is “absolutely ridiculous”- McIver

Fermanagh assistant manager, Paul McIver has called on the GAA to give inter-county players a minimum of six weeks lead in time to the season commencing.   Last week, the Irish government’s relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions paved the way for a return of inter-county action from April 19. GAA president John Horan has previously stated […]

Peter Quinn- A dreamer and believer

30 years ago Peter Quinn became the 30th president of the GAA. His time in office left a lasting legacy and now as he enjoys retirement as a grandfather of five, in an exclusive two-part interview, he talks  about his presidency, playing days, family life and faith, amongst other things.    March, 1991 and Teemore […]

Technology is a game changer for referee Cullen

Changes to the rules have been coming thick and fast in GAA. For inter-county referee Niall Cullen the use of modern technology is crucial for him to do his job.   At the recent GAA Congress voted motion to introduce a new rule to try and tackle cynical fouls was passed.   This means any […]

Boyle helping build Brookeborough club for future

FOR the past forty years, Gerry Boyle has been a long-standing member of the Brookeborough Heber MacMahons club.   Gerry occupies the position of club treasurer but before this he played his part on the pitch and later on the sideline, managing a number of underage Brookeborough teams before taking over at the helm on […]

GAA: Fermanagh managers react to further delay

AS the news emerged that the GAA season has been put on hold a little longer, players, fans and management teams all had their own opinion on the decision. Fermanagh senior football manager, Ryan McMenamin had been calling for some clarification on the issue and last Wednesday brought that,   “The GAA is in a […]