Monday, February 6, 2023
ALL-Ireland GAA finals are the centrepiece events for people across the 32 counties and among the Irish diaspora. A packed Croke Park awaiting the summer’s best hurling or football teams are the pinnacle moments in our sporting...
Johnny FoleyUSUALLY when books are written with a rural Donegal setting, they tend to generally fill up with the usual tropes—a thatched cottage, the straw roof with a donkey and cart thrown in somewhere along the way....
President Michael D HigginsAR AN gcéad dul síos is mian liom traoisliú leis na hEalaióntoírí. Tragóideach a bhí ár gCoga Catharga, agus a dtorthaí, ní h’amháin d’íadsa a bhí go díreach i gceist ach a gclainn agus...
Johnny FoleyI RECENTLY took a wander down memory lane and discussed with you what it was like growing up in the Gortlee area of the town back in the 1990s. It rekindled memories of neighbourhood games, playing...
Liam Kelly THE recent release of the much-anticipated NI census figures caused quite a stir. Unsurprisingly, headlines across the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland produced a furore focused on the fact that Catholics...
Johnny FoleyMANY Irish kids will have had some sort of GAA involvement as a part of their upbringing. Growing up in Letterkenny, I was no different. After all, people around my age would’ve started playing in the...
Deaglan BuntingRECENT events sparked a discussion among friends regarding the soccer vs GAA debate? Can you play both at a high level? Is it disloyal to your club to be playing and making a few quid at...
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