Where Micheal McDermott goes, success usually follows

Few managers can boast the GAA passport of Micheal McDermott. His career has taken him from the stunning Clare coastline to the rural Gaeltacht in Meath, but one thing has always been a constant; success. 2008 was McDermott’s breakthrough year onto the national stage. The previous fifteen years had been coaching at different levels andContinue reading “Where Micheal McDermott goes, success usually follows”

GAA Briefing: Training bans for Cork and Down while Galvin rejects Kerry

The latest news from the GAA world on the 3rd of February 2021 Both Ronan McCarthy of Cork and Paddy Tally of Down have received suspensions from the GAA, which will prohibit them from overseeing collective training for the next twelve weeks. The punishment comes after both managers organised a training session in recent weeks;Continue reading “GAA Briefing: Training bans for Cork and Down while Galvin rejects Kerry”

GAA Briefing: Laois confirm “Cheddar” & inter-county return is delayed

The latest news from the GAA world on the 2nd of February 2021 Credit: @INPHO / Dan Sheridan Seamus “Cheddar” Plunkett will return for his second stint as manager of the Laois senior hurling team in 2021, with his appointment being confirmed on Twitter last night. Plunkett took charge of the Laois hurlers back inContinue reading “GAA Briefing: Laois confirm “Cheddar” & inter-county return is delayed”

Meath’s Niall Kane on his inter-county breakthrough and living in lockdown

It’s September 2017. Niall Kane has just climbed the steps of the main stand in Pairc Tailteann to lift the Keegan Cup for the second year in a row. He’s playing the football of his life and has forged a reputation as one of the top wing-backs in the county. He is banging on theContinue reading “Meath’s Niall Kane on his inter-county breakthrough and living in lockdown”