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Rebel Rising – Cork Camogie star Saoirse McCarthy on Kilkenny, Covid and Cork

This Sunday’s Game caught up with Cork camog Saoirse McCarthy at her home near Kinsale.  The Courcey Rovers and Cork player explained why age grade sport is vital for development. A late arrival to the sport, she already has 3 All-Ireland

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Raising the level of the Ladies Football family

Making a sport more competitive, while also encouraging more participants and keeping the soul alive is a difficult challenge.  Yet this is being met head on by GGE’s Ladies Football Officer. Athenia Alvarez Ferros fell in love with Gaelic Games

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Gaelic Games reign in Spain and coaching from Vladivostok to Vigo

On This Sunday’s Game we find out the inspiration for one of Lady Gaga’ songs and just how Gaelic Games in Europe are truly multicultural. We’re back in sunny Galicia to speak with Alexandre San Martin Costa, GGE’s Coaching Officer. 

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Anthony McDermott tells of Europe’s roadmap and European Super League

Early Christmas gifts from the GAA with All-Ireland Finals in December.  However in Europe we face a new reality.   Anthony McDermott, GGE Vice Chairperson, talks to us from Munich about the CCC guidelines of how we can finally get

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Europe’s path to play confirmed

The CCC met on Wednesday night (24.06.2020) to discuss the ongoing situation. We reminded ourselves of the return to action steps we shared with you all in an email on May 1st1 – training2 – club activities3 – matches with

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Going native, Ireland’s national sport being promoted by a German!

Of all the regions Gaelic Games are played, Europe has the greatest mix of nationalities, languages and cultures.  And how better to push the fastest game on grass, than through a German native who fell in love with the game

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GAA returns in Ireland and Europe powers ahead

With the GAA following Europe’s lead, just how big was the announcement on Saturday.  As European clubs move from contact training to matches and tournaments, just how will the new reality be reflected in the organisation of events.   GGE

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Oliver Callan goes for goal!

In part 2 of our Oliver Callan special, the talk turns to sports and politics and just what can be said, who can be impersonated and if a comedian can be a political commentator. We’ve discussed how sports and media

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Oliver Callan kicks points for Monaghan Part 1

From the Drumlins of Monaghan have come many talents, few better than Oliver Callan.  It is impossible to think of the doyens of GAA without hearing his version of them.   The 2018 GAA Cul Camps Ambassador is a journalist

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LGFA Journalist of the Year Ger McCarthy on the battle for hearts and minds

They’re coming back, we have the road map, but what challenges lie in store for Gaelic Games, especially for Ladies Football and Camogie with increased competition from other sports.Award-winning journalist and author, Ger McCarthy, gives a unique insight into covering sports

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