Last updated on Apr 2nd, 2020 at 22:13
We look back at the top 20 sporting moments this century, there have been so many magical occasions since 2000, here is our 20. 20. Ireland 1-0 Italy, Euro 2016. Our first tournament win in fourteen years. Martin O’Neill’s men never gave Italy a look in during the whole game. But, Ireland were spurning their […]
We are all aware that the Gaelic Athletic Association has produced some stellar players over the years. Common examples include Maurice Fitzgerald and Colm Cooper. However, a new star is emerging. Some individuals claim that David Clifford could be the best that we have ever seen. Clifford brings much to the table in terms of […]
Sligo were this week forced to concede their Connacht SFC match with Galway due to a Covid-19 outbreak within the squad. This left Sligo with only 18-20 available players for this encounter leaving them unable to fulfil the fixture. Many GAA folk have questioned the decision to call off this game, with Tomás O’ Sé […]
After a year of uncertainty, and ‘what if’s’ here we are finally, the senior inter-county championships are upon us. We saw two fluid, high-scoring games of hurling this past weekend in Leinster and Munster. This has paved the way for what can be an exciting and unique championship in both codes. With the commencement of […]
GAANOW Rewind takes a look back at some of the greatest Football goals we’ve seen over the last 10 years here! Do you remember these moments?
It’s a new season of Gaelic Football and the GAA has passed new playing rules for 2020 at their special congress meeting in October. These rules will be implemented across all level of Gaelic Football for the new year. We will take you through each rule and explain so you know what to expect to […]
Club GAA 2020 – We have the list of all 32 county Hurling, Football, and Camogie county champions. It’s the business end of the Club Championships across the country. Championships that have not already finished are nearing their conclusion. Otherwise, a winner has already been crowned. Here are the winners and remainders of the Senior […]
From last minute winning goals, shock results, club fairy-tales and 5 in a rows… GAANOW Rewind remembers some of the finest GAA Moments Of The Year in 2019!y to have uniform grammar.
Jim McGuinness is a legendary figure in his home county of Donegal. He led the Senior Football team to their first All-Ireland Championship in 20 years back in 2012. They reached the final again in 2014 before losing out to Kerry. This was to be his last year in charge of the team. Fast forward […]
Here is the list of Gaelic Football and hurling fixtures that are taking place this weekend all around Ireland. Sunday 4 October Wexford Football Final Starlights v Castletown, Wexford Park, 1.30pm Preview and live score commentary Galway Hurling Final St Thomas v Turloughmore, Kenny Park, 2pm Preview and live score commentary Meath Football Final Gaeil […]
Across Club and County we were treated to some fantastic goals in 2019 and here are some of #GAANOW’s favourite Hurling Goals of 2019! Do you agree?
Last updated on Nov 1st, 2020 at 11:15Hello again and welcome to my second post of previews ahead of the weekend’s games across the country. Unfortunately level 5 obviously no supporters will be at the games. But don’t worry you can get the scores on vrscores.com all weekend. Let’s take you through the games below. […]
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Last updated on Sep 7th, 2020 at 19:22We will have GAA betting advice for live matches on this page every weekend, we will look at team news, weather, and form to help with our selections. Sunday 16th August Kilruane McDonaghs v Loughmore – Live on TG4 2:30pm Advice Back Loughmore (-1) at 11/8 with PaddyPower […]
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