Sunday April 5, 2020

Opening up GAA grounds

The media (lower-brow for the most part) seem to be gathering a head of steam about making more GAA grounds available to other sporting organisations, such as the IRFU or FAI.

21st January, 2006

The media (lower-brow for the most part) seem to be gathering a head of steam about making more GAA grounds available to other sporting organisations, such as the IRFU or FAI.

The GAA - which is the largest, best supported and most profitable of the three organisations - is constantly derided, even though it made Croke Park (its showcase stadium) available to the IRFU and FAI in their time of need.

Let’s be honest, there...

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