It’s been a “rollercoaster” few weeks for Colm Cooper, whose retirement from inter county football came one week before Kerry’s win over Dublin in the League final. “It was quite strange watching the boys in the League final against Dublin, not being part of it for the first time in 15 years,” he said.

RTÉ has opted to maintain a veil of silence after some stinging criticism from its former star pundit Joe Brolly, who has joined the eir Sport team. Jun 12, 2020 · RTÉ GAA Podcast: The Gooch and McStay celebrate Gaelic football's greatest entertainers RTÉ GAA Podcast: The Gooch and McStay celebrate Gaelic football's greatest entertainers We have reached the final decision on our All-Star football team of The Sunday Game era, and who better to argue the toss on the full-forward line than Colm Cooper and Aug 20, 2019 · Gaelic football is a traditional Irish ball sport that has developed a whole new system of rules that tolerate carrying, bouncing, kicking and hand-passing a ball. The most spectacular events take place in Dublin Croke Park attracting avid watchers and participants from all over the country. Official site includes news, history, an introduction to the various sports and their rules, programs, structures, and events.

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Gaelic Football Travel constraints have led to New York being excluded from this year's All-Ireland. Holders Dublin get Donegal and Waterford in All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship.

Gaelic Football is played with a round ball, slightly smaller and heavier than a soccer ball and played against Rugby style H shaped goal posts. Points are scored by either putting the ball over the opponent's bar, as with rugby, for one point, or within the goal posts as with soccer, which is worth three points.

Gaelic Football. July 2020. Premium. Pat Spillane Opinion I'm feeling fear, trepidation and anxiety - all it takes is one stupid decision to derail the GAA season