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Former GAA president concerns stance on games return

Former GAA president Sean Kelly believes that it will look "strange" if other sports are being played when Gaelic games waits for social distancing to cease as he questioned the stance taken by current leader John Horan. Last week Horan effectively ruled out matches being played while distancing measures remain in day-to-day life. Discussing social…

GAA club plan in doubt as less than 58% of players will return in 2020

The GAA’s plans to resume Gaelic games activity via the clubs has been thrown into doubt by a survey revealing less than 58% of players are willing to return to training and games this year.The poll, which was conducted by the Club Players Association (CPA) and involved over 3,000 respondents, found that almost 22% of…

From Chorzów To Croke Park

The winter of 2006 hit the city of Chorzów hard and Krzysztof Jendrulok won't forget it in a hurry.  Jendrulok worked as manager for a cleaning and catering company that serviced 27 big markets around the south of Poland and as the year drew to a chilly close, most of his days and nights were spent removing snow and…

Golf to resume this month; GAA & soccer given July date

Golf courses will reopen for play on a restricted basis in the first phase of the Government's road map, with Gaelic games and soccer set to resume in July. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced that the current restrictions will be extended until 18 May, but outlined a five-phase road map for how Irish society and the economy…