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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# GAA President

This year
Armagh's Jarlath Burns elected GAA President
The former Orchard county captain will succeed Larry McCarthy in the position.
Meet the three candidates vying to become the next GAA President
The winner will succeed Larry McCarthy as GAA president in the coming year.
All time
Larry McCarthy: Dublin and Monaghan breaches have caused 'reputational damage' to the GAA
He confirmed that Dessie Farrell and Seamus ‘Banty’ McEnaney can’t have any involvement with their teams for the duration of their bans.
No further clarity on 2021 season as new GAA President 'delighted' to see new rules for cynical fouls
Larry McCarthy addressed the media as he prepares to become the 40th president of the association.
Horan: Cork Super 8s and hurling double-header at Croke Park this weekend not feasible
Cork footballers are in action on Saturday while their hurlers play on Sunday at the Drumcondra venue.
GAA President on Dublin's Croke Park games and sorting 2018 fixture issues
John Horan addressed the topic yesterday after the controversy over venues has flared up.
'He had an influence in bringing Jason Sherlock back into the GAA'
Coaching, politics and the rise of the GAA’s new president John Horan.
We'll Leave It There So: Haka criticisms, Alvarez's prediction and the rest of today's sport
Plus, the race for the next GAA president heats up.
American football games have to be of 'promotional value' or 'financially worthwhile' to the GAA
GAA President defends decision to have no college American football game in Croke Park in 2016.
It's 'dangerous' to link Gaelic football counties with the Taliban
The GAA President isn’t happy with some recent TV coverage of Gaelic football.
GAA President unhappy with Donegal decision that FRC say is 'potentially disastrous'
The decision to postpone next year’s Donegal county championships until after the county has exited the race for Sam Maguire, has provoked plenty debate.
Ulster venue likely to host International Rules clash
GAA President Liam O’Neill has also praised Paul McGinley and Ciarán Kilkenny for their recent descriptions of the association.
Liam O'Neill: 'If you have a venue and a tourist body there is no excuse for not co-operating'
The GAA President has called for greater promotion of Croke Park as an attraction for visitors.
O'Neill: "Everyone wants to see if someone gets a score that they are entitled to it."
The GAA President has expressed his views on the implementation of video technology after last Sunday’s Leinster decider in Croke Park.