News Category: Hurling
Landmark Gaelic Games coaching survey launched
The biggest ever coaching survey conducted in Irish sport will see the GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association join forces to help shape the future development of Gaelic games.
GAA Media Release – Covid-19 Update – May 29th 2020
Should the country move to Phase Two as planned, GAA Clubs will be able to re-open designated walking tracks on June 8, subject to engagement with Croke Park around a facilities management plan.
GAA and TILDA host ‘How to Age Well’ webinar featuring Mícheal Ó Muircheartaigh
Those in the GAA missing the unmistakable tones and tales of Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh are in for a treat next Tuesday 19th of May 6.30-7.30pm when the broadcasting legend contributes to a special webinar on wellbeing on the topic of ‘How to Age Well’.
GAA Club Survey Covid-19 response
A survey carried out by the GAA’s Community and Health department and sent to 1,600 GAA clubs across Ireland and abroad returned responses from 1,090 GAA clubs and shows that more than 19,000 club members have been involved in the provision of support to more than 34,500 people during the current health emergency.
Chat with Tipperary Hurler Jason Forde
Tipperary Senior Hurler Jason Forde chats with Valerie Wheeler about life during Covid-19 restrictions and fields some fun Q & A’s about the current Tipperary SH panel.
GAA return to action protocol update
The GAA still firmly hopes to be able to play county and club competitions this year, subject of course to public health guidance. We can confirm however that no inter-county games are expected to take place before October.
Death of former Munster Chairman Noel Walsh
It is with regret that we have learned of the death of former Munster Council Chairman Noel Walsh.
Chat with Clare Hurler Conor Cleary
Clare Senior Hurler Conor Cleary chats with Valerie Wheeler about life during Covid-19 restrictions and fields some fun Q & A’s about the current Clare SH panel.
Impact of extension of Government restriction timelines and organisation of GAA Special Congress
The Association can confirm that club activity remains suspended until May 5th. The Senior inter-county championships, scheduled to begin in May, will be postponed until further clarity on the current situation is available.
2019 MacNamee Awards announced
The winners of the 2019 MacNamee Awards have been confirmed by the GAA.
The GAA National Communication and Media Awards are named after the late Pádraig MacNamee, former President of the GAA, Chairman of the GAA Commission (1969-1971) and member of the RTÉ authority.
GAA still hope to complete All-Ireland Championships as scheduled
The GAA’s Head of Games Administration, Feargal McGill, has said the Association still hopes to complete the All-Ireland Championships as scheduled this year.
Latest GAA update on Covid-19 – March 25th 2020
We previously advised that, until March 29th, games and training were suspended, club gyms were to close, and Player Injury Fund cover was suspended. Please be advised that, in line with recent government announcements, these measures and closures are now extended to Sunday April 19 inclusive, at which stage arrangements will be reviewed.