Despite flaws, GAA is a source of pride

Despite flaws, GAA is a source of pride

The GAA has endured a difficult summer. Much of this has been of its own making. The debacle surrounding the Liam Miller tribute match painted the organisation in an appalling light, even if, ultimately, the association’s hierarchy came to the right decision.

Weeks before that, it was mired in another controversy when Kildare threatened to boycott a game over where it would be played under the banner ‘Newbridge or Nowhere’. Among many grassroots members,...

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