Category Archives: GAA

Fossa star to line out at corner forward

DAVID Clifford is back in action. The 20-year-old hotshot makes his first start of the season for Kerry in Sunday’s final National League group clash with Roscommon at Dr Hyde Park (2.00pm) with the game to be refereed by Anthony Nolan of Wicklow. James O’Donoghue starts on the bench– as he did against Mayo – while… Continue Reading

Call on GAA to consider its own TV channel

A FORMER Kerry All-Ireland winner has encouraged the GAA to consider setting up its own television sports channel. Cllr Michael Gleeson said it would be a brave step but it would allow supporters to gain greater and less costly access to their favourite games. He said the fans involved have given a lifetime of support,… Continue Reading

‘A great clubman, a fantastic player and a true gentleman’

AFTER a glittering career during which he won three All-Irelands, seven Munster crowns and two National Leagues with Kerry as well as an All-Ireland Club, five county championship medals and a dozen East Kerry senior titles, revealed yesterday that Eoin Brosnan retired after 22 years at the top. The 38-year-old has now taken to… Continue Reading

‘Dr Crokes reluctantly hand your Daddy back to you. You can always be proud of him’

ONE of the Dr Crokes club’s greatest ever stalwarts and most decorated players has retired from football following Sunday’s defeat in the All-Ireland Club Championship final. Club officials have confirmed that Eoin Brosnan (38) is hanging up his jersey and putting his well-travelled boots into storage after a glorious playing career with club and county.… Continue Reading