Irish man Seamus Dooley, a stalwart of the GAA scene in New York, is remembered fondly.
Seamus Dooley, a beloved New York GAA stalwart whose love of his native games knew no bounds, has passed.
A roundup of this week's news from the GAA in Ireland.
When Waterford took on Limerick in the 1933 GAA Munster Hurling Final.
Cork provided the shock of shocks against Kerry in the Munster Football semi-final.
Dublin remain the team to beat in Ireland following a comfortable win over Westmeath.
New York’s Irish community was deeply shocked and saddened to learn that Michael “Legs” Kelly unexpectedly passed away on October 31 after a brief illness.
"It's about having confidence in your dressing room and having a safe environment around you so you feel comfortable in coming out."
Tipperary will wear replicas of the original green and white jerseys worn on November 21, 1920, when British forces opened fire during a challenge match between Dublin and Tipperary.
Mickey Harte’s future as Tyrone manager was the big talking point after the opening weekend of action in the Ulster SFC, the Red Hand’s 1-13 to 1-11 quarterfinal defeat to Donegal in Ballybofey on Sunday sparking a nationwide debate.
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