Friday June 5, 2020

GAA spirit lives on in club game

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

8th November, 2015
Former GAA president Sean Kelly

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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