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GAA can no longer cling blindly to the rules

The controversy that flowed from the GAA’s initial decision not to allow the Liam Miller testimonial be played at Páirc Uí Chaoímh is a legacy of history. Sign in or register for FREE to continue enjoying and to comment on our great range of opinion writers Sign In Not a member yet? Register

David Murphy and Arthur McDonagh set for Munster final epic

David Murphy and Arthur McDonagh contest next Sunday’s Munster senior final at Grenagh. Murphy is aiming to regain the title he last held in 2015, a year he beat Thomas Mackle in the All-Ireland final at Port Mór/Blackwatertown. He has been hampered by a series of injuries through his Munster campaign and was a lucky winner against James O’Donovan in […]

Limerick reliability built on coherence

Tomorrow first. Limerick first. Tomorrow first. Limerick first. There is no way of talking about this All-Ireland semi-finals weekend — for publicitypurposes it should of course be successive weekends featuring one semi-final each, and next year it had bloody well better be — without majoring on Limerick. There is no way of talking about this glorious championship season without majoring […]

Viadera could be the horse to take Lyons to next level

We have written here before that trainer, Ger Lyons, needs to find a Group 1 horse to carry his progressive career to the next level. Sign in or register for FREE to continue enjoying and to comment on our great range of opinion writers Sign In Not a member yet? Register

Eamon Dunphy was never imprisoned by facts

Japan’s meeting with Russia at the 2002 World Cup produced one of Eamon Dunphy’s most famous RTÉ moments. Sign in or register for FREE to continue enjoying and to comment on our great range of opinion writers Sign In Not a member yet? Register

Galway’s loss proved Clare’s gain, twice over

Few understand the Clare v Galway dynamic better than Gus Lohan, who hurled for both counties in the same season. There was county football played too, for Monaghan, and Gus’ switch from Cappataggle in Galway to Newmarket-on-Fergus in Clare paid rich dividend for the Banner a generation later, when sons Brian and Frank won two All-Ireland titles. Today, in Croke Park, […]

Clare must box clever and hit moving targets

On the evening of the Clare-Wexford game two weeks ago, I left Cork and headed straight to Whitegate, the last outpost in east Clare, right on the Galway border. Sign in or register for FREE to continue enjoying and to comment on our great range of opinion writers Sign In Not a member yet? Register