In the second part of an interview with GAA presidential nominee Jarlath Burns, he discusses with Cahair O’Kane the issues of Dublin’s funding, his proposals for a strategic review, the rural-urban divide, the Irish government’s ‘disrespect’ for the GAA, and how to deal with the global problems around keeping young engaged with sport … Cahair O’Kane: What will form the basis of your presidency if you are elected next spring? Jarlath Burns: “The main part of my presidency will be a new strategic review.
The Keystone Law School of Excellence, in partnership with the Irish News, took place at Ulster University to provide over 90 hurling and football upper sixth year students from schools across Ulster with an insight into university course selection.
Bathshack Antrim Senior Hurling Championship semi-final: Ruairi Og, Cushendall 2-16 St John’s Belfast 0-22 STANDING in the middle of the field after the final whistle, St John’s selector Brian McFall was fit to be tied.
The Keystone Law School of Excellence in partnership with the Irish News took place at Ulster University to provide over ninety hurling and football upper sixth year students from schools across Ulster with an insight into university course selection.
SAFFRON Business Forum may be hogging the fundraising limelight – but Club Aontroma hasn’t gone away after it was relaunched earlier this week by new chairman Niall Murphy and some of the county’s leading players.