Category: GAA

Parameters Of ‘Lovely Hurling’ To Be Redefined

IRELAND may be forced to retire the phrase ‘lovely hurling’ following a tumultuous week for the image of the sport, following revelations and accusations that one of it’s biggest stars may have been up to a lot of unlovely activities. The star, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is currently being investigated for a… Read more »

Things The GAA Sadly Can’t Replay

WHILE the GAA can order the replaying of the All-Ireland Club Football Final between Glen and Kilmacud Crokes, bringing joy to GAA rule-sticklers everywhere sadly, this is where the gaelic games’ governing body’s replaying powers end. For many wishing to experience something again this is a bitter pill to swallow. Hope extinguished, unfortunately you’ll never… Read more »

TikTok Sign Exclusive Deal To Broadcast GAA Games

IN A BID to adapt to modern viewing habits and with one eye on cracking the lucrative Chinese marketplace the GAA have signed a deal with TikTok to become their exclusive broadcast partner, replacing a previous deal with Sky Sports. “The live action will be spliced into short form clips that are compatible with the… Read more »

Meet GAA Bot, The New Host Of The Sunday Game

RTÉ have made the decision to go down the AI route when selecting who will be the next host of the Sunday Game, after realising that not only could nobody take the place of 15-year veteran Des Cahill, but none of Gerry Ryan’s kids have any interest in ‘bogger sports’ either. The sentient artificial being… Read more »