EMERGING AFL star Conor McKenna believes the training regimes of top county teams in the GAA are now on a par with what the clubs are doing in Aussie Rules.
THE GAA has degenerated into a training and coaching industry, and is no longer a games association, a leading administrator has claimed.
Hurling and camogie
TERENCE McNaughton says he would’ve loved to sample the modern-day inter-county game and all its trappings and believes the training sessions of the past were arguably more taxing than today&rsq...
PRESIDENT Liam O'Neill has admitted the GAA are ultimately powerless
TACKLING more than 26 miles of running non-stop is no small feat.
DOWN boss Jim McCorry has confirmed that two of his players have left the county panel.
WITH a host of university and Warrenpoint players now freed from oth
R ay Wilkins believes Wayne Rooney will have a better chance of win
DOWN boss Jim McCorry has confirmed that two players have left the coun
FORMER Dublin captain Bryan Cullen believes he was misinformed a