Sunday, July 5, 2020
Liam Duffy WITH a successful year in which the club lifted county silverware on the park, welcomed scores of young Gaelic footballers to the sport and adapted to life at their new home, 2019 was a year to remember for...
AS JANUARY turns to February the rugby fan’s mind turns to the Six Nations. And Irish fans will be looking forward with more glee than most. After beating the All Blacks (above) and the Australians in the Autumn, the Boys...
Ian Colquhoun A 75TH birthday party doesn’t usually have a very momentous evening, but no-one will ever say that about the great Pat Stanton’s. The former Hibs, Celtic and Scotland star’s 75th bash at The Usher Hall in Edinburgh was packed...
TÍR Conaill Harps have launched an innovative online solution to the lack of training available to young footballers (above) during the coronavirus lockdown by publishing a Skills Booklet. The booklet aims to give parents the confidence and information to keep...
CEANN Creige’s Hurling Into Schools project has been one of the most exciting GAA projects in Scotland for many years, and given the great strides the club has taken in bringing hurling and camogie to more and more children...
GLASGOW Gaels made the long journey to Liverpool as they took on John Mitchels in the Senior North of Britain League, and the men in red were rewarded for their trek with a positive result after a well-drilled showing. It...
WITH a thriving membership and club activities extending across Scotland's main centres of population, Scotland GAA is one of the most vibrant and visible Irish organisations in the country. Their influence is now extending beyond the world of sport,...
THE GAA in Scotland gathered at the Clydebank Community Sports Hub—the first class home of Glasgow Gaels—for an opening ceremony at which the new strategic plan for the county was unveiled (above). The strategy will see a new focus on...
SILENCE was golden for Celtic as the club sat out the unedifying mixture of serious discussion mixed with squabbling, desperation and even the odd meltdown which engulfed Scottish football before finally being rightly confirmed as the champions of Scotland...
SCOTLAND’S U17 Shinty squad have recently returned after a successful tour in Ireland during which they continued to develop the cultural and sporting links between the two nations. The four-day visit saw the Scotland side record victories over both Waterford...
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