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We had a long day of travelling all day yesterday, sampling the delights of transiting through a chock-full – or, as Jeremy Corbyn might say, “ram-packed” – London Gatwick in the process. Bloody hell but the world is full of people. It was gone dark last night when we eventually made it safely back into the jurisdiction. Good timing too as it […]

Far and near

So it’s Thursday and the time is ticking remorselessly on towards the county’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final meeting with Tipperary on Sunday at Croke Park (throw-in 3.30pm). It’ll be our sixth semi-final appearance in a row while Tipp will be experiencing the rarified atmosphere of being in the last four for the first time in the modern era. It was all […]


Photo: We’ve had the sun, we’ve had the sea, we’ve had the beers but now all that’s behind us and having arrived home late (very late) last night, it’s back to normality once again. There’s been loads, I know, going on in the GAA world over the last few weeks and the Connacht final (senior and minor) is coming […]


We’re back home, having finally arrived in from London last night. We’re currently in the midst of just-back-home chaos with the build-up to Sunday’s Connacht final needing to be added to the mix as well. There have, I know, been plenty of developments in relation to the squad over the last few weeks, with more players getting injured, some players […]

Still away

Don’t mind me – I’m still away and only just sticking my head around the door to check that the place remains in one piece, which I’m happy to see is the case. I’m not even going to try to grig you about the weather because I’m well aware that, happily, this would be to no avail. Some dog-in-the-manger types […]