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Playing Fair with David Gough Part 2

In this second of our 2 part special with All-Ireland referee David Gough, we ask the question – Are we doing enough to make our organisation more inclusive – to combat discrimination and ensuring that from dressing room to pitch

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Playing fair with David Gough, Part 1

In this part 1 of a 2 part special, elite referee David Gough joins us to discuss the effect of covid on Dublin and refereeing.  How knowing the rules means lifelong learning.  And just why it’s important to let the

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Growth in time of Covid with GGE’s Ben McEntee

It’s a non-stop job for GGE’s Development Officer Ben McEntee.  Even in lockdown he was helping set up clubs, organise grants and using Google Maps to make sure he knew where new clubs would be located. From Limerick, via Carlow,

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Back in action with GGE Chairperson Tony Bass

As the last club in Europe returns to action this weekend, This Sunday’s Game discusses what has to be done to keep Gaelic Games moving forward in Europe. GGE Chairperson Tony Bass drops in for a chat between refereeing assignments

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Zurich calling with GGE Secretary John White

GGE’s Secretary John White answers the call in Zurich and let’s us know just how the vital club/player registration process is doing.  He outlines the simple steps needed to take and how important it is for clubs to register 11

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Playing to the whistle with JJ Keaney

This week we’re joined by GGE’s Referee’s Coordinator JJ Keaney.  He explains some new rule changes as well as the importance of players and coaches actually understanding the laws of the games. With sin bins, kick outs and marks all

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Farewell lovely Deise, Part 2 of our 2019 World Games review

We round off our 2 part look back at the 2019 GAA World Games.  We have 4 more players sharing their memories and views, plus a behind the scenes look at the club twinning initiative that took the World of

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World Games Memories part 1 with Pat Daly and Guests

A year to the day after they ended, we revisit the Renault GAA World Games 2019.  GGE had the largeest contingent there and fully embraced the ethos of the event – Be part of something great! In part 1 of

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Lovely Luxembourg and GAA growing pains

This Sunday’s Game chats with GGE’s Central Council delegate Marie Therese Dockery.  Moving from Leitrim to Luxembourg she’s moved from local to continental to global, helping GAA realise its potential. She recounts her journey from exchange student to full time

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Sorry has to be the easiest word, Dr. Anthony O’Connor on GAA, Cork and Covid

Dr. Anthony O’Connor is not just a front line hero, he is also a person who talks sense and loves the GAA.   The Corkonian tells of his pride in the role the GAA played and plays in times of

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