Anyone who has been perusing material in this space for long enough will undoubtedly have seen reference made to the Corner House. That being my father’s ancestral family home. A book could and maybe one day will be produced on how beloved the old place was to me. Its appearance here today pertains to the… Read More A product is only as good as how it’s manufactured
The thing that surprised me most was the fact that it took a very open, honest interview with Wexford legend Tom Dempsey for me to catch onto and agree with the point he was making. To go forward with this production we must first go back. What is probably more years than any of us… Read More You don’t pay for a cow’s silage when ordering a litre of milk!
My mind often fluctuates in thought regarding how Meath’s greatest ever team – that at their zenith between 1986 and 1991 – would fair out in the Gaelic football of today. Part of me thinks they wouldn’t last jig time owing to a combination of snowflakes having the game sanitised to a point of no… Read More Seeing too much of yourself in others