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The GAA has announced a new partnership agreement between Irish recruitment experts, FRS recruitment and GAAGO, RTÉ and the GAA’s online service for streaming Gaelic Games outside of Ireland. FRS recruitment are located in the Racecourse Business Park in Ballybrit, one of 10 offices nationwide.
The GAA is expecting no games will take place before July this year, but will hold a special congress to look at changing competition structures.
A new sports complex for Oranmore Maree has been given the green light by the Galway County Council.
On Sunday June 16 at 4pm Galway will for the fourth year in-a-row face Roscommon in the Connacht final.
The GAA is to establish a special group to undertake a review of all fixtures, following a recently meeting of the Club Players' Association and the GAA's president John Horan and director general Tom Ryan.
THE SIXTH Féile na bhFlaitheartach, the annual celebration of the work of two of Ireland's finest writers - Liam and Tom O'Flaherty - takes place on Inis Mór, The Aran Islands, on Saturday August 25 and Sunday 26.
There is a full slate of action in junior rugby across a number of competitions this weekend, with the main attraction the semi-final stages of the Connacht Junior Cup.
Connacht return to action after a two-week break facing a block of 10 fixtures which will be crucial in achieving their seasonal ambitions.
The heart-rates have probably only got back to normal for Moy Davitts' supporters following last Saturday nights amazing come from behind injury time victory in the Mayo Intermediate Football Championship final. Trailing by three points in injury time, having led by five at the turnaround and a man up, they had only managed to score a single point in the entire 30 minutes of normal play in the second half - but somehow they managed to win the game in a amazing four minutes of action. James Mulderrig hammered home a thunderbolt of a goal from 20 yards out, to level it up - it was that type of shot that once it left his boot you could see it was only going to end up in one place and that was followed by a floating effort from Séan Kelly which seemed to just about make it over crossbar.
“Mayo football is in a critical state,” “the players are finished,” “the management aren't up to it,” “I hope Roscommon beat us to put us out of our misery.” They are just a small example of what I listened to last week in the build up to the replay against Roscommon. Fast forward three days and the Mayo for Sam bandwagon is in full swing. “That was Mayo's best performance in Croke Park,” “This is the strongest squad Mayo have ever had,” “every player played well,” “Rochford is a tactical genius,” “I think we'll win the All-Ireland this year.”