Category Archives: GAA

Kerry fans fuming over late match call

KERRY fans were left seething when the Mayo County Board and Croke Park officials waited until just before 11 o’clock this morning to call off the Kerry v Mayo National Football League clash scheduled for this evening. Dozens of fans were already well into their journeys to Castlebar and supporters’ buses had to turn back… Continue Reading

Three changes on team to face Mayo

THE Kerry team to play Mayo in Castlebar on this Saturday night – a repeat of last year’s National League final – shows three changes from the side that beat Mayo in Killarney last Sunday. There is still some uncertainty whether or not the game will go will go ahead, given the threat posed by Storm… Continue Reading

O’Shea shows the way for the Kingdom

A BIG performance from Kilcummin’s Paul O’Shea, four points from classy wing forward Paul Walsh and three from Killian Falvey helped the Kerry Under 20s to a double scores victory over Limerick and it booked them a place in the Munster final against old foes Cork next week. Without reaching even third gear, John Sugrue’s… Continue Reading

Plan to encourage teens to stay in the game

SPA GAA Club has embraced the novel Gaelic4Teens campaign which is aimed at encouraging more young people to stay playing the game by organising novel training sessions and providing greater motivation. The nationwide project was launched to address a concerning drop off in teenage girls, between the ages of 15 and 17, who no longer… Continue Reading