Written by · 16 September 2012 · Category: GAA

”What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is often where we start from” – T.S. Eliot Rewind two years ago to the 2010 Championship and think of where both Mayo and Donegal stood in the footballing landscape. Armagh had disposed of [read more]

Written by · 01 September 2012 · Category: GAA

‘‘In the world there are believers and then there are non-believers. For all the non-believers out there, I have something to say to you… never underestimate the heart of a champion.” – Rudy Tomjanovich Just for a moment transport yourself back ten years. In Gaelic Football the streets of our capital were being set alight [read more]

Written by · 24 August 2012 · Category: GAA

”Winning is not a sometime thing… it’s an all time thing. You don’t win once in a while… you don’t do the right thing once in a while… you do them right all the time. Winning is a habit.” – Vince Lombardi In modern Gaelic Football only one thing counts. Winning. On Sunday evening the [read more]

Written by · 03 August 2012 · Category: GAA

The weekend which every team sets out to be part of has arrived. While the different provincial finals offer a certain tradition to the football season, the All-Ireland Quarter-Finals offer us a first glimpse of knockout championship football for the year. Expect things to go up a notch this weekend as there are no second [read more]

Written by · 25 July 2012 · Category: GAA

For some, heaven is within touching distance but for others it appears as though it is as far away now as it has ever been. From the teams remaining, we take a look at those who are set to fight it out in an effort to reach the promised land and those who look likely [read more]