WESTMEATH hurling manager Joe Quaid has criticised the GAA for their continued neglect of the lower NHL divisions and said the lack of promotion of the Joe McDonagh Cup was an insult to the late GAA President.
IN a compelling press conference last November, Hibernian manager Neil Lennon didn’t make a distinction between racism and sectarianism after being struck by a coin during the Edinburgh derby with Hearts.
MALE, pale, and stale. Those three labels could be cast at the GAA’s Annual Congress this weekend. At least two of them would be largely valid – but just because such criticism might be true, would it be fair?