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Amy Molloy

DCU journalism masters student. Liverpool fan and Wexford native which means I have to cling on to past glories quite a bit. Once dressed up as Marty Morrissey for Halloween.... Twitter: @Amymolloy9

Pay For Play in GAA – A Satirical Look to the Future

The year is 2023 and much has changed in the world of GAA. Some things remain the same. For example, Mayo still haven’t won an All-Ireland and Brian Cody still hasn’t retired. Having been an amateur sport since 1884, the GAA has now turned professional and there have been a lot of consequences. Sky TV recently purchased the rights to …

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Why GAA Would Be Better If Wexford Were At The Helm Of Hurling

Wexford GAA

It has been twenty years since Wexford’s Martin Storey lifted the Liam McCarthy cup aloft on that summers day in September. Most GAA fans will remember when the yellow bellies won the All-Ireland in 1996, because twenty years later, we are still harping on about it. Besides the u-21 hurlers doing well in Leinster, and the camogie team boasting three …

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