Tuesday, July 28, 2020
As GAA clubs in Scotland are set to return to play, Jenn Treacy, Secretary of Scotland GAA, outlines the way Gaelic games can safely recommence. OVER the months of lockdown Scotland GAA/LGFA has eagerly awaited the return to play, albeit...
SCOTLAND GAA (above) are preparing to launch a spirited defence of the All-Ireland Junior Football Championships following comments by Kerry legend and Gaelic football pundit Pat Spillane. Spillane used his newspaper column to dismiss the competition and spoke of his...
AS THE statue to Celtic’s European Cup winning captain, Billy McNeill (above), in Bellshill edges ever closer, the committee behind the memorial spoke to The Irish Voice about the fantastic support they had received to date and their plans...
Edward Brady WELL nothing much changed in the Epsom Derby with Aidan O’Brien being the winning trainer. The only surprise was that Serpentine won very easily, leaving the trainer’s more fancied runners well behind. Emmet McNamara rode a peach of a...
Ian Colquhoun 30 YEARS ago Hibernian FC and its fans faced existential peril at the hands of an attempted hostile takeover of the club. The tale, today, has all of the ingredients of a movie blockbuster; it has an optimistic...
THE challenge launched by Hearts and Partick Thistle may have raised the possibility of further uncertainty for the Scottish game, but for now clubs are looking ahead to a new season which sees the countries three biggest clubs with...
GLASGOW Irish FC were recently made aware that they will compete in the GDSFC Championship Division in the coming season, which provides perhaps a little bit of light at the end of the tunnel with regards to amateur football...
Edward Brady IT WAS great to see horse racing returning to Naas at the start of the month and it was the same old story for Aidan O’Brien as he had two winners at the June 8 meeting. More Beautiful (above) won...
THE Billy McNeill Commemoration Committee have launched the latest effort in their ambitious fundraising campaign as they seek the final £10,000 required to help their reach their target to install a memorial to the European Cup winning Celtic captain. The...
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...
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