American comedian Josh Pray learned all about GAA this week, and his reaction videos were priceless.
Cork deserves absolutely no sympathy after slumping to defeat and exiting the All-Ireland hurling championship on Sunday.
Even the Tipperary players applauded them as a three-week whirlwind came to an inevitable end.
Laois never trailed their Leinster rivals and kept their composure to hold on for a win that guarantees their first All-Ireland quarterfinal since 1979.
The swagger, after the guts of a long decade, after a pile-up of summer disappointments, remains. And how is that?
Mind games have been pushed to the back of James Horan’s own mind as the Mayo manager begins the countdown to Sunday’s Super 8s.
They are an example to us all, and to 30 other counties who have been crying out a fear that Dublin as a GAA county has grown too big and too rich.
Irish man Cormach Murrihy is being remembered as a "rock" of the Irish community in New York.
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Cormach Murrihy, one of the leading lights in the Irish community in New York, passed away at the weekend following a camping accident.
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