Meath… 1-13 Waterford… 1-08 Don’t try to figure out how the world works. You’ll only shorten and enrage your time in it. For the second time in six months, Meath GAA, and Dunshaughlin/Royal Gaels in particular, have been plunged into grief, disbelief and heartache. On December 3rd last, Maria Kealy could give no more to… Read More Ladies make it a Royal double on a day enveloped in poignance
Dunboyne…1-13 Dunshaughlin/Royal Gaels…1-10 At the outset here, I must again defer to a piece of advice imparted in this direction via Ireland’s greatest man of letters, the gentle giant from Castle Island. He once wrote, in the context of his own failing health at the time that “If you have knowledge on a subject and… Read More I’ve met some folks who say that I’m a dreamer – but this is a glorious reality!
This corner would love to know how the genii who came up with the split season in GAA came arrived at their final product? Was it don a blindfold, peg a dart at a board and just roll with wherever it landed? Because whoever thought it was to the benefit of clubs and club players… Read More Talking out of both sides of the mouth
Meath 3-10 Kerry… 1-07 1949, 1954, 1967, 1987, 1988, 1996, 1999, 2021, 2022. Even looking at it written in front of you is to be struck by awe. Before anyone says anything, the majestic achievements of Eamonn Murray’s charges over the past two seasons merit equal if not greater commendation than the seven All Ireland… Read More Twice as nice
There was much conjecture surrounding the ‘debate’ involving Pat Gilroy and Andy McEntee thrown onto The Sunday Game in a scatter-gun manner at the end of last year. To call it a debate, though, would be to deploy it with the utmost linguistic licence. What it actually amounted to was a party political broadcast on… Read More A way forward based on continuity