In the week he hangs up his boots, we can’t think of a better Mighty Mac than the legend that is Armagh and Crossmaglen star Oisin McConville.
On the opening weekend of the NHL, we wonder how Cork will cope with some big losses, if there’ll be shadow boxing in Galway and who will prevail in what is already looking like a relegation battle in Ennis.
The GAA season is underway and as we know, the weather will play a big part in the type of football served up. This is a great reminder of what Gaelic Football, and high fielding, can be like during the summer months.
On the opening weekend of the National Football League, we’ll be looking at a new look Kerry side, how Kildare will benefit from Division One status and the first of many, many home matches for Jim Gavin's Dublin.
When it comes to boundless energy, Sligo’s Eamonn O’Hara has been demonstrating this in spades for three decades. And he shows no signs of slowing down yet.
When it comes to boundless energy, few can match the achievements of Waterford hurler Tony Browne as he enters his 22nd year in a senior Waterford jersey.
Is the GAA's latest disciplinary idea for Gaelic Football, the black card, a good idea or not. Two JOE writers argue both sides.
Although it was a memorable year in many ways, it was quite hard to pick out the really vintage matches. There were still a few more than decent encounters, however, so here’s our top five.