With a very clear nod to SI’s Peter King, here’s our look back at the weekend’s GAA action.
The Gaelic Football Championship really kicks into gear this weekend when old rivals get reacquainted in Connacht, opportunity knocks in Ulster and the dark horses get their Leinster campaign underway.
The Championship kicks into gear with the meeting of traditional rivals Galway and Mayo this weekend and we caught up with Mayo midfielder Aidan O’Shea for a chat ahead of the big one in Pearse Stadium.
We’ve heard a lot of talk about the Hawkeye system in this year’s Championship, so here’s how it will come into play when the serious business starts.
GAA disciplinary procedures can be a complicated beast and both JJ Delaney and Lar Corbett will be very thankful of that state of affairs right now.
There was good news for fans of Donegal and Mayo over the weekend as two of the biggest names in Gaelic Football edged ever closer to a return to action after lengthy spells on the sidelines.
Aaaaand relax. Lord that was one tense game of hurling, but in the end Kilkenny and Galway simply couldn’t be separated and we had our first draw in the All-Ireland Final since 1959.
Plenty of Dubs breathed a sigh of relief when Alan Brogan was named in the Dublin team to face Mayo yesterday, but all may not be as it seems within the Dublin camp.