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GAA expecting limited number of fans back at matches as Northern Ireland Executive to relax restrictionsAn announcement is due later this week that the Stormont Executive are to relax Coronavirus restrictions on attendances for outdoor activities, in time for the resumption of club action in Gaelic Games..
'The love of my club': Paul Murphy on why his hunger is as great as ever in his 25th season with Ballyholland HarpsThe long wait is almost over. This Friday night is the first time in 2020 that clubs are able to competitively play each other in Gaelic football - 16 weeks after the usual starting date for club..
'What if someone gets it?': St Enda's manager outlines concerns for the future as GAA clubs return to trainingLike many others, the St Enda's manager Frankie Fitzsimmons had become used to being off the hamster wheel that is year-on-year involvement with Gaelic Games.
Planning application submitted for world’s first rewilding centreFriday 3 July, 2020Trees for Life has submitted a planning application for the world’s first rewilding centre at its 10,000-acre Dundreggan estate in Glenmoriston, between Loch Ness and the Isle of..
Boards must not allow county training to resume before agreed date, warn GPAThe Gaelic Players' Association have hit out at what they describe as "sustained negative discourse surrounding inter-county players" in the build-up to the resumption of the current season.
Gaelic language in 'crisis' in island heartlandsNative-speaking Gaelic communities are at the "point of collapse", researchers warn.
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MSP voices dismay at ‘sobering’ research warning of Gaelic’s demiseA Scottish Gaelic-speaking MSP has expressed dismay at a report suggesting the language might not survive beyond this decade.
Scotland's papers: Border bother brewing and Gaelic 'under threat'Sturgeon and Johnson at odds over lockdown quarantine and fears that Gaelic could die out make the front pages.
GAA players want injury cover for county action before Sept 14The Gaelic Players Association has told the GAA that they want, on behalf of their membership, all inter-county training sessions prior to September 14 to be covered by the Association's Injury fund.
We cannot handle rise in injuries coming our way when GAA returns, says expertA leading international sports physiotherapist has expressed his grave concerns with the impending injury crisis facing thousands of club players once Gaelic games resume next month.
Ervine backs GAA player call as PSNI probe 'hate crime' bannerA sister-in-law of the late loyalist politician David Ervine has called on the GAA to "leave some of the old traditions in the past" after a Sinn Fein adviser and star player called for unionists to be..
As the GAA demands so much in the bid to get kids back on the pitch, just what was the rush?The document released by the GAA on Friday entitled 'Guidelines on Safe Return to Gaelic Games' included this paragraph: "There are low rates of child-to-adult or child-to-family member transmission in..
David Givney: Why playing GAA in London is ten times as enjoyable as it is back at home in CavanWith Gaelic games in lockdown due to coronavirus, Sunday Life Sport has introduced a series with Armagh's All-Ireland winner and Crossmaglen legend Oisin McConville, chatting with 11 of the biggest..
Aislinn McMahon: Gaelic football is at the heart of Crossmaglen, so the club being closed is surrealWe are asking our sporting personalities how they are dealing with action coming to a halt because of the coronavirus pandemic and how it has affected their daily lives.
Who are the top 20 Gaelic footballers from each Ulster county over the last 50 years?Three All-Ireland-winning captains fill top spot as Martin Beheny has assembled a list of the top 20 footballers from each of the nine Ulster counties in the last 50 years.
Ryan McHugh: Donegal won't rest in bid to keep progressing and topple Dublin for All Ireland titleWith Gaelic games in lockdown until at least July 20 due to the deadly coronavirus, Sunday Life Sport has introduced a series with Armagh's All-Ireland winner and Crossmaglen legend Oisin McConville,..
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Oisin Kiernan: 'I refused to let cancer stop me and trained on through chemotherapy'With Gaelic games in lockdown indefinitely due to the deadly coronavirus, Sunday Life Sport has introduced a series with Armagh's All-Ireland winner and Crossmaglen legend Oisin McConville, chatting..
Big three sports unlikely to return soon as NI Executive unveils Covid-19 planFootball, Gaelic Games and rugby appear unlikely to resume anytime soon in Northern Ireland as the Stormont Executive releases its Covid-19 plan.
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GAA chiefs frustrated by Leo Varadkar's false hope of a swift returnThe GAA's senior figures are set to meet today to work out an appropriate response to the latest announcement by the Irish government that Gaelic games could be poised for a return in late summer.
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Gaelic football players to call isolated elderly to chat about GAAGaelic football fans “cocooning” in Co Monaghan will be able to speak about the glory days with current and former county players through a new initiative.
Stefan Campbell: Opening up about my gambling habit helped me train and play better for ArmaghWith Gaelic games in lockdown indefinitely due to the deadly coronavirus, Sunday Life Sport has introduced a series with Armagh's All-Ireland winner and Crossmaglen legend Oisin McConville, chatting..
Gaelic players warned to prepare for possibility of no Championship in 2020The Gaelic Players Association has warned its members to prepare for the possibility that there won’t be a championship this year.
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'It's absolute madness': GAA teaching duo hit out at Stormont's coronavirus mixed messagesTwo Gaelic football coaches who work as teachers have severely criticised the Stormont Executive over their muddled messages surrounding children's education during the coronavirus crisis.
Kate and William try their hand at Gaelic football and hurling in GalwayThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed the thrills and spills of traditional Irish sports as they joined a group of youngsters on the pitch.
William and Kate in Ireland: Royal couple visit GalwayThe Royal couple have a go at hurling and Gaelic football on the final day of their trip to Ireland.
Gaelic speakers building a bridge between Mourne and MannManx and Irish speakers come together to learn from each other in Kilkeel.
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Call for GAA to outlaw TV gambling adsThe Gaelic Players Association (GPA) wants the GAA to use its influence to have gambling advertising banned during the live broadcast of GAA games.
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