Ciaran Kilkenny – The conductor of the best orchestra we have ever seen

I watched back Dublin’s six all Ireland wins since 2013 and some semi finals too , this team will go down as the best ever obviously it has evolved and is full of unbelievable players but I’ve decided to focus on one man who is the heartbeat of everything they do. Ciaran Kilkenny was anContinue reading “Ciaran Kilkenny – The conductor of the best orchestra we have ever seen”

All Ireland final preview with Michael Duignan

On Sunday it will be an all Munster affair as Limerick and Waterford will face off in the all Ireland hurling final. Limerick are going for their second all Ireland title in three years after finally making the breakthrough in 2018, John Kiely’s men are the form team in the championship winning their four gamesContinue reading “All Ireland final preview with Michael Duignan”

The outside of the boot, A dying art or a sign of the times?

It’s one of the hardest skills in the game to master but when executed correctly there’s no better sight in Gaelic football. But sadly it’s a skill that seems to have drifted out of our game in recent times. Across this weekends semi-finals there was 112 attempted shots but NONE were taken with the outsideContinue reading “The outside of the boot, A dying art or a sign of the times?”

“I have plenty more years of football ahead of me please god”

On Sunday Galway will be looking to get back to Croke park where they lost the all Ireland final last year to Dublin as they face Cork in LIT gaelic grounds Limerick. Lining out at wing forward will be young star Lynsey Noone , this train has been coming down the tracks for a longContinue reading ““I have plenty more years of football ahead of me please god””

Doireann O’Sullivan hoping to lead Cork back to the All Ireland final

To say Cork are a powerhouse in ladies football would be an understatement From 2005-2016 they won 11 out of 12 all Irelands only missing out in 2010 to Dublin , as a county they collected 65 out of a possible 180 all stars available in that time. (sixty-five). they’ve won 14 out of theContinue reading “Doireann O’Sullivan hoping to lead Cork back to the All Ireland final”

Classy Quinlivan plays with a smile on his face

Tipperary is a county where the small ball is the main priority they are among hurling royalty sitting third in the roll of honour with 28 all Ireland titles but there is a core group of die hard football people in the premier county who have been working hard for a long time to promoteContinue reading “Classy Quinlivan plays with a smile on his face”