ISSUES leading to off-field repercussions are becoming the norm in the GAA world as the seasons roll by and it is now increasingly difficult to shy away from the fact that the growing impact finances are having in the codes is counter-productive as well as having its benefits. Last Saturday afternoon in the Midlands both Cork and Cavan were left enraged, particularly the latter contingent, by abject refereeing decisions which essentially cost both counties the opportunity to scrap it out for the All-Ireland U21 FC title. Seán Hayes and his Rebels were fuming at referee Alan Nolan as his calls […]
ISSUES leading to off-field repercussions are becoming the norm in the GAA world as the seasons roll by and it is now ...
The GAA Scores lads are back in the studio to bring you latest from the weekend's GAA action. Conor and Pearse are Mick-less, ...
Dublin captain Stephen Cluxton will return from suspension for his team's National Football League semi final against Cork at Croke Park. The Parnells ...
Kilkenny won out 1-16 to 0-15 over Galway in the first of the National Hurling League Semi-Final’s this afternoon. The story of the day was the fantastic performance by talisman, Henry Shefflin. via TG4
Speaking after seeing his side beaten by Dublin in the All Ireland semi-final, Cavan manager Peter Reilly, spoke out against the decisions that were made against his side in the last few minutes of the game. In particular the controversy over the black card that he felt should have been shown to Dublin forward Conor McHugh.
Dublin Under 21 corner forward, Conor McHugh, was involved in controversy this evening when he kicked an equalizing point after he had seemed to foul a Cavan player in the run up to the score, in the second of today’s Under 21 All Ireland Semi Final. Dublin won out after a last minute free which Cormac Costello pointed to send Dublin through to the All Ireland Final to meet Roscommon.
The GAA Scores lads are back in the studio to bring you latest from the weekend’s GAA action. Conor and Pearse are Mick-less, but are joined by Newstalk broadcaster and commentator Oisin Langan to discuss Derry and Dublin’s league semi final victories over Mayo and Cork respectfully. The lads also chat about the fairness of the relegation play-off between Offaly and Kerry, where the Leinster side ultimately proved too strong. That, and much more on this week’s GAA Scores podcast. Find the lads on Twitter here @conorjdonnelly, @MichaelOConnor4 and @CorcoranPearse. As ever – email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @GAAscores for all your comments. You can also subscribe to us […]
Dublin captain Stephen Cluxton will return from suspension for his team’s National Football League semi final against Cork at Croke Park. The Parnells shotstopper missed the dramatic win over Tyrone in Omagh last Sunday after his sending off in the drawn game against Mayo. There is no starting place for Bernard Brogan who was expected to return from injury last weekend but it is expected that the Oliver Plunkett’s forward will appear at some stage against the rebel county. The team in full is 1 Stephen Cluxton 2 Jonny Cooper 3 Rory O’Carroll 4 Philly McMahon 5 James McCarthy 6 […]
Last night Cavan Under 21 Football team picked up their fourth under 21 Ulster title with a 2-6 to 0-8 win over Donegal. With a deep and successful dynasty there always has to be the first one. The team which picked up the first title in 2011 had this music tribute made up for them. via Jerome Quinn
Ahead of his side’s 5th consecutive Ulster Under 21 final Cavan full back, Killian Clarke, is taking it all in his stride. “I think it’s just doing your homework, getting your gym sessions in – you take a professional look at it even – and your diet and different things like that. It’s not just ‘ah sure we’ll go out here and see how we get on’” Clarke is a pillar for his side’s success in recent years with Cavan coming in from the wilderness in some style to announce themselves on the Under 21 stage. Clarke believes it comes […]