Hospital Pass - our take on all the GAA news
In today’s Hospital Pass, we look at wild allegations against Tyrone’s Ryan McMenamin, and consider the GAA's treatment of poor old Waterford.
In today's Hospital Pass, as we reflect on a typically dramatic weekend in the GAA we shine the spotlight on two men who found themselves on the opposite sides of agony and ecstasy.
In Friday’s Hospital Pass, we consider the big-money haul of Darren Clarke last weekend, and speculate on the reasons Conal Keaney was whizzing around the city on a motorbike this morning.
In today’s Hospital Pass, we dissect the real reasons behind Wexford’s blast at The Sunday Game, and question the wisdom of announcing your intent on wreaking revenge on the best team in the country.
In today’s Hospital Pass, we’re again forced to consider the might of Kilkenny’s industrial-strength hurling conveyor belt, and there’s news of a second police investigation into GAA violence abroad.
In today's Hospital Pass, we consider Kilkenny's conundrum of squeezing too many top-class forwards into too few positions, and take Donegal to task over their stated ambition of world domination.
In Monday's Hospital Pass, we consider two venerable managers who aren't thinking about Sunday afternoons on the couch just yet.
In today’s Hospital Pass, we lament the potential retirement of a true character of the game and discuss a novel way Roscommon might give Mayo the boot.