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Armagh game not on TV

In different ways, I think we’re all finding the unwinding of Covid measures a bit strange. Do we really want to go without masks on public transport? Who, in truth, wants to return to commuting and the office five days a week? And how on earth are we going to live without having every GAA match either broadcast or streamed […]

LGFA League action starts this weekend

The lads have the weekend off (well, the footballers do, the hurlers are playing London over in Ruislip) so it’s the turn of the county’s women footballers to take the limelight for a bit. Their National League campaign gets going on Saturday evening, with a home fixture in Division One against Westmeath in the Connacht GAA Air Dome (throw-in 7pm). […]

Inter-county prospects back on knife-edge

As the days tick down to the planned resumption of inter-county action – it’s just eleven days now until we’re supposed to be facing Galway in the National League at Tuam (throw-on on the 18th is set for 2pm) – so the number of daily Covid-19 infections increases remorselessly. This is no game but if it’s viewed as a contest […]

Poll: who’ll win this weekend’s quarter-final matches?

Okay, maybe it’s time to shift the focus away a bit from last Sunday and onto this coming Saturday where another Croke Park double-header is in prospect and where this year’s two semi-finalists on the other side of the draw should be revealed. Because these matches take place on Saturday the throw-in times are later than you’d get on a […]

First thoughts on next Sunday’s game

Midweek already with the warm glow of sending the Kerry lads back home crying to their mammies without a second half score to show for their troubles now receding and the prospect of the significant challenge that Tyrone will represent this coming weekend starting to come into view. It’s another one I’ll be sitting out, I’m afraid – this one […]