IN one of his Irish Examiner columns in May, former Dublin and Clare manager Anthony Daly wrote a piece about Brian Cody, which was titled ‘Is this Cody’s last stand?’ Daly was still gushing in his praise of Cody, as he always has been, rating him as the greatest GAA manager of all time, ahead of Mick O’Dwyer, Kevin Heffernan, Ger Loughnane, Jim Gavin, Sean Boylan, Cyril Farrell, Mickey Harte and all the other great managers.
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BEFORE the inter-county season concludes The Sunday Game is bound to put one of their exquisite montages together with accompanying music to Rory Beggan’s audacious piece of skill in Croke Park last weekend.
NAME me a sporting body that changes and tweaks rules more often than the GAA? It is difficult to keep up to date with the rules as a player, never mind as a supporter of our games so we can’t be too critical of referees when they have to keep up with a constantly changing and adapting rulebook.