GAA spirit lives on in club game

GAA spirit lives on in club game
Former GAA president Sean Kelly

In an age where we’re told bigger is better, today the insignificance of a provincial intermediate semi-final means everything

It was back in the 1960s in a small village tucked away in the rolling plains at the bottom of Kildare, that a row erupted and split the place in two. As with most events of note in such by-passable places, it revolved around the local GAA club.

With Castledermot flaking their way through a campaign, a star player returned mid-season from America and when seen on the sideline was told to make a swift...

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