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GPA call on GAA to ban gambling ads during live broadcasts of games and hurlers against black card
The matter will be discussed at a meeting of the GAA Central Council.
6 areas covered as camogie rule changes to be trialled for 2020 national league
Contact, persistent fouling, puck-outs, frees, goalscoring and penalties are all covered.
Leopardstown change race times to avoid clash with All-Ireland football final replay
The Irish Champions weekend takes place on 14-15 September.
O'Neill resigns as Kildare boss after four years in charge
The Lilywhites manager informed his players and the county board on Monday night.
'Appetite is out there' - Support for two-tier football structure which could be in for 2020 season
The GAA President believes there is an appetite out there for a new system.
'Definitely a conversation to be had' about a second-tier championship, says Leinster club winner
Mullinalaghta star Shane Mulligan says that there is scope to have a debate about bringing in such a competition.
'Do we really need universities in the McKenna Cup?' - Armagh assistant manager
Jim McCorry says that college teams are struggling to compete in the pre-season competition.
Conservative Koch brothers to buy Time Inc for $2.8 billion
Time revealed in October that it was focusing less on magazine journalism and more on digital.
'Disaster' and 'patronising' but is it finally time to introduce a two-tiered All-Ireland football championship?
A number of managers from counties struggling to make a breakthrough have had their say.
World Rugby's residency rule is set to come under review - 'We just need to take stock'
A consultation is taking place with the unions.
Sinead O'Connor has written a new version of the Irish national anthem
It’s to the tune of Amhrán Na Bhfiann but the lyrics have been changed.