Joan Henchy, the chairperson of the New York GAA, tells the Irish Voice how the organization has adapted to playing in a new sort of reality amidst coronavirus.
Gaelic Athletic Association President John Horan has asked that 500 fans be allowed to attend GAA games.
People across Ireland came together today to pay their final respects to Jack Charlton, the beloved former manager of the Republic of Ireland's national football team.
Legendary Irish manager Jack Charlton died on July 10 at the age of 85.
GAA hopes "to minimize the damage" caused by coronavirus this year.
The GAA today published its proposed structure and dates for this year's hurling and football championships, with the minor and senior finals for each sport to be played in December.
Shortly after Liverpool claimed their big win on June 25, Peter Moore tweeted to Sean Cox saying "You'll Never, Ever, Walk Alone."
The sportswear manufacturer dressed "The Tinnies" in Strabane, County Tyrone, in large-scale scrubs and gowns to thank frontline staff.
Cork supporters sometimes wave the Confederate flag during inter-county football and hurling matches due to the county's association with rebellion.
Tyson Fury, aka the Gypsy King, took to his Instagram this week to give Daniel Kinahan a "massive thanks" for organizing his upcoming fight with Anthony Joshua.
Tyrone Monaghan told the Sun that he defeated Ali in a sparring session in 1983 at the age of just 17.
Keane took to Instagram earlier in the week to urge people to send birthday cards to Philip Walsh, an Irish superfan with Down's Syndrome who turned 27 on Saturday.
David Shanahan from Castleisland in Co Kerry has committed to playing football at Georgia Tech in the US.
Rory McIlroy said on the McKellar Golf Podcast this week that he likely wouldn't play golf again with President Trump, whose management of the coronavirus crisis in the US the golfer criticized.
Gardai are speaking with an Irish man in relation to racist messages received online by Ian Wright, a British football player turned radio host.
The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is requesting the suspension of "all inter-county training until further notice."
In a message to "the best fans in the world," some of Ireland's most high-profile stars in a wide range of sports shared the message to #UniteByStayingApart.
The image, which appeared on McClean's story, included the caption "today's school lesson - history" and appears to be a reference to the IRA.
Professional Irish soccer player Lee Duffy, who tested positive for COVID-19, is urging people to not take coronavirus lightly.
Irish GAA stars are encouraging young kids to stay at home during the COVID-19 crisis by setting them daily skill challenges on social media.
Founded in 1993 by Joan O'Connor-McDevitt, the Boston Shamrocks are by far the most successful woman's team in Massachusetts.
Irishman Larry McCarthy, a representative of New York GAA, became the first-ever candidate abroad to win the GAA Presidency last week.
The IRFU announced after a meeting with Health Minister Simon Harris that the upcoming Ireland-Italy Six Nations rugby match at Dublin's Aviva Stadium has been canceled amid coronavirus fears.
Monaghan and Dublin drew with 1-15 apiece on February 8 in Round 3 of the Allianz National Football League
Dublin beat Mayo 1-11 to 0-8 on February 1 in Castlebar
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