Category: GAA

Limerick Goal To Go On Display In The Louvre

AN UNPARALLELED piece of beautiful art that rivals anything in the Louvre, that’s how head curator of the esteemed Parisian museum described Kyle Hayes’ solo run goal in the Munster Hurling Final yesterday. Taking up the spot previously occupied by the Mona Lisa, the goal will be displayed and played on a constant loop on… Read more »

Limerick Win Some Stupid Trophy For Idiots

THE easily-fooled Limerick hurling team have headed home from Croke Park after their opponents Waterford smartly allowed them to win the almost-certainly-cursed Liam McCarthy Cup yesterday, guaranteeing a year of misfortune and woe for the Treaty county while the Déise boys enjoy another 12 months of prosperity and good fortune. “Well done lads, we fooled… Read more »

Thousands Of Covid Cases Could Be Avoided By Giving Dublin Six-In-A-Row, Explains Dublin

WEEKS of uncertainty and a potential ‘landslide’ of case numbers, hospitalisations and deaths could all ‘simply disappear’ if Dublin were to be granted victory in the 2020 GAA Senior football championship, the nation has been informed. A spokesperson for the Dublin senior team has said they’re perfectly happy to invite county after county to the… Read more »

The Untold Story Of Cork And The Confederate Flag

FOLLOWING a decree by Cork GAA to confiscate controversial ‘rebel’ flags carried by Cork supporters at the gates of football and hurling matches, people may be wondering how a small, insignificant county in the southwest of Ireland could possibly have links to the banner of the Confederate United States, who fought against the abolition of… Read more »