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  • 13:14
    June has turned to July and things have really taken off in the Championship. Last weekend saw two great matches in Cork and Armagh and this week we hope for more of the same but there’s more than just great games in store. There’s the added dimension of drama this week.

    Let’s get the huge conspicuous elephant in the room out of the way first -Seanie Johnston. In case you’ve been in a coma for some time then you’ll know that the ex-Cavan man will finally complete his controversial move to Kildare today.

    That is only due to the fact that Seanie lined out in a Kildare club championship game for Coill Dubh yesterday. Did I mention that it was a hurling match? That’s right, footballer Seanie Johnston fulfilled the requirement of playing a club championship game in Kildare by taking part in a hurling match. Of course, he didn’t do that much playing. His debut lasted all of 45 seconds. Cynical? Maybe. Dramatic? Definitely. Expect to see Seanie at some stage as Kildare look to topple Meath at Croke Park to reach the Leinster final.

    After that game the Dubs have the tricky task of seeing off an unfancied Wexford side to set up a showdown with the winners of the Kildare and Meath match. The Dubs have everything to lose. Unless they register an emphatic victory they know there will be plenty of mud slung in their direction.

    In the qualifiers Armagh won’t be relishing a tough trip to Dr Hyde Park where Roscommon will be their opponents. There is also an all-Ulster affair in the qualifiers where Fermanagh and Cavan will effectively be battling to avoid the unwanted title of ‘worst team in Ulster.’ Admittedly though, Antrim might have a legitimate claim to that crown.

    There is enough potential for drama this afternoon that you can consider today’s action enough to fulfil your annual quota of culture. I’m Ciaran Daly so please sit back, relax and let the drama unfold and don’t be afraid to add to the drama yourself with some controversial comments. After all, all the world’s a stage…..and…..eh……that’s the height of my drama knowledge.


    Fixtures
    Leinster senior football championship
    Meath v Kildare (2pm) – Croke Park
    Dublin v Wexford (4pm) – Croke Park
    All-Ireland senior football championship qualifiers
    Armagh v Roscommon (2.30pm) – Dr Hyde Park
    Fermanagh v Cavan (2.30pm) – Brewster Park
    Ulster senior hurling championship
    Down v Derry (3.30pm) – Casement Park
  • 13:17
    Yesterday’s results
    Ulster senior football championship
    Tyrone 0-10 Donegal 0-12
     
    All-Ireland senior football championship qualifiers

    London 2-9 Antrim 2-11
    Wicklow 1-17 Waterford 1-15 (AET)
    Westmeath 1-15 Louth 0-12
    Tipperary 1-12 Offaly 0-10
    Longford 0-17 Derry 2-8
    Laois 1-10 Carlow 0-9
     
    All-Ireland senior hurling championship qualifiers
    Wexford 4-12 Carlow 0-14
    Limerick 8-26 Antrim 1-15
  • 13:17
    officialgaa via Twitter We're all set for today's Leinster semi-finals, Kildare v Meath (2pm) and Dublin-Wex (4pm), at Croke Park. #gaa2012 http://t.co/NUIu0BH6
  • 13:19
    officialgaa via Twitter Follow live updates from all of today's championship games, including the two remaining Round 1 Qualifiers, with @officialgaa #gaa2012
  • 13:31
    Now, to get to yesterday’s games. Wow! Donegal showed the type of grit that has been typical of the team they toppled yesterday – Tyrone. Is anyone beginning to think that Donegal are a team of footballing robots, more machine than man? Yeah, me too, that’s why before yesterday’s game I put an each-way bet on them to win the All-Ireland. Go on, tell me I’m crazy.
    One team I’m glad I didn’t back is Derry. Insipid in Ulster and now quashed in the qualifiers – Longford deservedly dismissed Derry to end the northerner’s campaign for another year. It was quite the result for Longford and they will be hoping to build on that momentum now in the next round of the qualifiers.
    Wicklow too are through, though it took extra-time to see off a spirited Waterford side.  Laois will also be in the draw at Carlow’s expense. Carlow not only lost the match but also lost their manager. Luke Dempsey quit in the wake of the defeat last night. In the other football qualifiers there were victories for Tipperary over Offaly, Antrim over London and Westmeath over Louth.
    In the hurling qualifiers Wexford beat Carlow with 10 points to spare to progress to the next round. There was another game that proved to be both meaningless and meaningful. Limerick hurlers beat their Antrim counterparts on a score-line of 8-26 to 1-15. As a spectacle it was meaningless. Limerick will not have benefitted from the exercise at all and Antrim will have been further demoralised. The true meaning of the game was to underline the drastic need for a format change of the All-Ireland hurling championship. Will the GAA go back to the drawing board? Doubtful but surely we can all agree something must be done.
  • 13:36
    And so to Seanie Johnston. It really is controversial issue. Aside from the semantics of whether he should be playing for Kildare at all, the manner in which he fulfilled the requirements to line out for Kildare today has left an even sourer taste in the mouths of most GAA fans across the country.  What do you all think?
  • 13:36
    Joe Brolly has claimed that Kildare people are ashamed of the debacle.
  • 13:38
    “I’ll tell you something about Seanie Johnston – he’s brilliant against bad teams.” – Joe Brolly being the shrinking violet he usually is again on RTE.
  • 13:40
    One man who backs Seanie Johnston is Kerry legend Darragh Ó’Sé. In his column for The Irish Times he said that Johnston is making serious sacrifices to play inter-county football and he shouldn’t receive flak for that. Check out Darragh’s thoughts here - http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/sport/2012/0627/1224318804363.html
  • 13:46
    I’d be inclined to agree with Darragh Ó’Sé that in terms of travelling down to Kildare a few times every week from Cavan Seanie Johnston is showing dedication but I don’t necessarily think that means he should be applauded.

    Cavan may not have wanted him but why Kildare? Why not Leitrim, Longford or Westmeath? None of them play in Ulster and all are closer to home. Isn’t it a case of glory-hunting? Isn’t that against the ethos of the GAA? Isn’t it all incredibly cynical?
  • 13:47
    Check out some shots of Seanie’s hurling debut (courtesy of the very funny lads at balls.ie) yesterday. http://www.balls.ie/2012/06/30/seanie-johnstons-hurling-career-remembered-in-photos/
  • 13:53
    Check out Keith Duggan’s piece in the weekend edition of The Irish Times in light of Donegal’s impressive win over Tyrone. I find Donegal very intriguing even if most pundits find them vomit-inducing. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/sport/2012/0630/1224319039668.html
  • 13:55
    Another word on Johnston – the player himself is taking most of the abuse but isn’t Kildare’s role in this utterly deplorable too? How have they avoided most of the flak?
  • 13:56
    No Seanie Johnston in the starting line-up for Kildare
  • 13:58
    Louth’s Darren Clarke picked up Joe Brolly’s remarks on the Sunday game too. He’s just tweeted

    @Clarkie2015 No holding back there from Brolly regarding Seanie Johnston
  • 14:01
    We’re off. (I always feel like I’m at a horse race when I write that)
  • 14:01
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@1': Meath 0-0 Kildare 0-1. James Kavanagh fires over after T O'Connor assist. #gaa2012
  • 14:01
    Kildare have scored after 20 seconds. Kavanagh with the point.
  • 14:04
    Whatever about Kildare and Johnston, Meath have their own problems. Banty has been the most divisive figure in Meath football for some time. Check out Malachy Clerkin’s piece on Seamus McEnaney here. Players tend to perform for him eventually it seems. Today maybe? -  http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/sport/2012/0630/1224319038410.html
  • 14:05
    Ollie Lyons may look like an altar boy but he plays like a demon!
  • 14:06
    Good news for Royal fans - Meath have been haphazard in the opening minutes.  Frustration ahoy!
  • 14:06
    Meath have had three wides in six minutes. In a way that’s kind of impressive.
  • 14:07
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@7': Meath 0-0 Kildare 0-2. Emmet Bolton points after another Tomás O'Connor assist. #gaa2012
  • 14:07
    6 mins - Emmet Bolton scores Kildare’s second point. It’s Kildare 0-2 Meath 0-0
  • 14:08
    Meath finally don’t hit a wide!
  • 14:08
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@8': Meath 0-1 Kildare 0-2. Brian Carroll responds for Meath. #gaa2012
  • 14:08
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@8': Meath 0-1 Kildare 0-2. Damien Carroll responds for Meath. #gaa2012
  • 14:10
    Kavanagh hauled down. If some of those ‘tackles’ were carried out on the street it’d be enough to get you a prison sentence.
  • 14:11
    Meath are panicking when they get into the final third.
  • 14:12
    Meath are a selfish team. It’s all ‘Meath, Meath, Meath,’ with them.
  • 14:12
    It’s very stop-start stuff at Croker so far.
  • 14:13
    Meath aren’t scoring chances they can’t really afford to miss.
  • 14:14
    Joe Sheridan has been Meath's leading light. We're level.
  • 14:14
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@13': Meath 0-2 Kildare 0-2. Joe Sheridan equalises but Meath have had a lot of wides. #gaa2012
  • 14:14
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@14': Meath 0-3 Kildare 0-2. Alan Forde gives Meath the lead. #gaa2012
  • 14:15
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@15': Meath 0-4 Kildare 0-2. Graham Reilly adds another. #gaa2012
  • 14:15
    Joe Sheridan was in Boston but maybe he had 'More than a feeling' Meath would do well this Summer and came home. Yes, I did just work the band Boston's major hit into that sentence and yes, I may be a genius.
  • 14:15
    Meath are definitely improving.
  • 14:16
    Kavanagh has been man-handled a couple of times. Yellow card for Ciaran Lenihan so
  • 14:17
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@17': Meath 0-4 Kildare 0-3. Mikey Conway clips over a free. #gaa2012
  • 14:19
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@18': Meath 0-4 Kildare 0-4. John Doyle sails one over. #gaa2012
  • 14:19
    Kildare a bit more patient there and finished by Johnny Doyle. We’re level.
  • 14:19
    Eoin Harrington on for Ciaran Lenihan who had been booked only a few minutes ago.
  • 14:20
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@20': Meath 0-5 Kildare 0-4. Brian Farrell taps over a free. #gaa2012
  • 14:22
    Meath are happy enough to let Kildare have possession around midfield but swarm over the forwards when it gets moved further forward.
  • 14:22
    Meath are now two in front and deserve to be.
  • 14:22
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@22': Meath 0-6 Kildare 0-4. Great play by Alan Forde sets up Farrell free. #gaa2012
  • 14:23
    Kildare’s build-up too deliberate?
  • 14:24

    Meath are being clever about winning frees. If you were more cynical you might say they’re going down easy to win frees.

  • 14:25
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@25': Meath 0-7 Kildare 0-4. Another Farrell free, and Meath are playing very well. #gaa2012
  • 14:25
    Kildare have had more possession in the last five minutes but Meath extend their lead to three points.
  • 14:26
    24 minutes played at Croker. Meath 0-7 Kildare 0-4
  • 14:26
    Meath are winning the breaks at midfield.
  • 14:27
    Tobin lined out at half-back for Meath. I’m sure someone in the Kildare team would like to tell him. He’s playing like a forward.
  • 14:29
    A great tweet courtesy of @murfohomo

    Seanie Johnston 5000/1 for hurler of the year. Better odds than getting a few quid out of Ulster Bank at the minute.
  • 14:30
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@30': Meath 0-7 Kildare 0-5. Eoghan O'Flaherty puts over a good free from distance. #gaa2012
  • 14:30
    29 mins - Kildare needed that score. Kildare 0-7 Meath 0-5
  • 14:31
    RTE commentators commending the players for not using the first pass. These pundits have a serious axe to grind with hand-passing. If it works, it’s worth doing. Why can’t they see that?
  • 14:33

    Johnny Doyle hits a wide. It’s not too often you get to write that.

  • 14:34
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@34': Meath 0-7 Kildare 0-6. Eoghan O'Flaherty cuts it to one with another free. #gaa2012
  • 14:34
    Meath’s Damien Carroll picks up a yellow for a clumsy challenge.

    Both sides are guilty of giving away frees in silly positions.
  • 14:35
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@3': Fermanagh 0-0 Cavan 0-1. Jack Brady gets Cavan going. #gaa2012
  • 14:35
    Meath are looking less assured now. Kildare look strong.  I predict that Kildare will be leading by half-time.
  • 14:35
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@35': Meath 0-7 Kildare 0-7. O'Flaherty free levels it up. #gaa2012
  • 14:35
    Cavan and Fermanagh – if there’s an attendance of over 14 people I’ll be surprised.
  • 14:36

    We’re level after 35 minutes at Croke Park. Seven points apiece for Kildare and Meath.

  • 14:36
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@36': Meath 0-8 Kildare 0-7. Sheridan kicks a wonderful point. #gaa2012
  • 14:37
    I predicted Kildare would be leading at half-time. Joe Sheridan wants to make me look foolish. Thanks Joe.
  • 14:38
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@6': Fermanagh 0-0 Cavan 0-2. Niall McDermott with a free. #gaa2012
  • 14:38
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@HT: Meath 0-8 Kildare 0-7. Meath lead by one at the break. #gaa2012
  • 14:38
    The referee blew up as Cian Ward hit a shot. It didn’t go over thankfully for the ref.
  • 14:39
    Half-time – Meath 0-8 Kildare 0-7
  • 14:40
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@10': Roscommon 0-1 Armagh 0-1. Senan Kilbride and Aidan Forker trade early frees. #gaa2012
  • 14:40
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@10': Fermanagh 0-1 Cavan 0-2. Kille responds for Fermanagh. #gaa2012
  • 14:40
    Referee nearly made a huge error at the end of the half. Luckily for him the shot fell short. Has the standard of refereeing been particularly bad this year?
  • 14:41
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@10': Roscommon 0-2 Armagh 0-1. Donie Shine puts over a free. #gaa2012
  • 14:44
    Jamie Clarke has netted for Armagh. The only Crossmaglen player on the Armagh team.
  • 14:44
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@12': Roscommon 0-2 Armagh 1-2. Jamie Clarke has kicked 1-1 in the space of a minute. #gaa2012
  • 14:44
    8 mins - Armagh 1-1 Roscommon 0-2
  • 14:44
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@11': Fermanagh 0-1 Cavan 0-3. Eugene Keating puts Cavan two up. #gaa2012
  • 14:45
    Crossmaglen, All-Ireland club kingpins. Only one Cross player in the Armagh team. Surely everyone can see a very obvious way to improve Armagh?
  • 14:45
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@14': Roscommon 0-3 Armagh 1-2. Another Shine free. #gaa2012
  • 14:46
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@15': Roscommon 0-3 Armagh 1-3. Another classy point from Jamie Clarke. #gaa2012
  • 14:46
    Brolly says Kildare lack cohesion. He can be a bit of a sensationalist but he knows his onions too does Joe.
  • 14:48
    Who’s going to win at Croke Park? Meath have been excellent but there’s just a part of me thinking they can’t keep it up for the duration of the second half. Can they?
  • 14:48
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@16': Fermanagh 0-1 Cavan 0-4. Niall Smith pops one over for Cavan. #gaa2012
  • 14:48
    Jamie Clarke is running riot in Dr Hyde Park.
  • 14:49
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@18': Fermanagh 0-2 Cavan 0-4. Corrigan puts two in it. #gaa2012
  • 14:51
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@19': Roscommon 0-4 Armagh 1-3. Shine sticks another free over the bar. #gaa2012
  • 14:52
    Cavan lead Fermanagh. The country as a whole waits with baited breath to see how that one turns out.
  • 14:53
    Donie Shine is doing his best to keep Roscommon in touch. Shine v Clarke seems to be the story of the game in Roscommon.
  • 14:53
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@21': Fermanagh 0-3 Cavan 0-5. Jack Brady kicks his second point. #gaa2012
  • 14:54
    Referee Michael Collins coming in for criticism from Ciarán Whelan and Joe Brolly for blowing up the half at a strange time. The criticism is merited.
  • 14:55
    Seanie Johnston is not listed among the substitutes for Kildare.
  • 14:56
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@24': Fermanagh 0-4 Cavan 0-5. Daniel Kille puts one in it. #gaa2012
  • 14:57
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@27': Fermanagh 0-5 Cavan 0-5. Fermanagh are level. #gaa2012
  • 14:58
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@38': Meath 0-8 Kildare 0-8. O'Connor fists one over. #gaa2012
  • 14:59
    O’Connor puts the finishing touches on a patient Kildare move
  • 14:59
    The build-up again was very deliberate but if it’s effective, (as it was) then can it be questioned?
  • 15:00
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@29': Fermanagh 0-7 Cavan 0-5. Fermanagh have gone two clear, Kille and Paul Ward score. #gaa2012
  • 15:00
    Maybe I’m paranoid but the style Kildare play isn’t too dissimilar to that deployed by Donegal and Tyrone and yet Kildare don’t seem to attract the criticism that the Ulster teams do? Am I wrong?
  • 15:01
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@29': Roscommon 0-5 Armagh 1-5. Armagh lead by three after Shine and Hanratty scores. #gaa2012
  • 15:01
    Are Kildare going to overrun Meath in this second half? Kildare lead 0-9 to 0-8
  • 15:01
    Stephen Bray on for Cian Ward
  • 15:02
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@41': Meath 0-8 Kildare 0-9. Alan Smith puts Kildare ahead. #gaa2012
  • 15:02
    Joe Sheridan drags a shot wide. He could have had a goal. He didn’t even get a point.
  • 15:02
    I can see Joe Sheridan becoming increasingly isolated in the second half.
  • 15:04
    Turns out there are 5,260 fans at the Cavan v Fermanagh game. Seems like a decent enough game too. Fermanagh 0-7 Cavan 0-5
  • 15:05
    Armagh 1-6 Roscommon 0-5
  • 15:06
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@35': Roscommon 0-5 Armagh 1-7. Anto Duffy puts Armagh five ahead. #gaa2012
  • 15:07
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@47': Meath 0-8 Kildare 0-10. Alan Smith sends another over. #gaa2012
  • 15:08

    The margin is one but you can sense that Kildare have the momentum

  • 15:08
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@48': Meath 0-9 Kildare 0-10. Graham Reilly with a classy score. #gaa2012
  • 15:08
    Brian Meade off Peadar Byrne on for Meath.
  • 15:08
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@49': Meath 0-9 Kildare 0-11. Smith with his third point in a row. #gaa2012
  • 15:09
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@37': Fermanagh 0-8 Cavan 0-5. Fermanagh move three ahead. #gaa2012
  • 15:10
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@50': Meath 0-10 Kildare 0-11. Farrell puts the minimum in it. #gaa2012
  • 15:10
    Pragmatically speaking Kildare should put Johnston on. Why play him in a club hurling game if he wasn’t going to play a part today? Plus, it means he can make his debut and everyone can move on.
  • 15:10
    Did I write Meath off too soon?
  • 15:10
    Johnny Doyle is off. Padraig Fogarty is on.
  • 15:12
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@HT: Roscommon 0-5 Armagh 1-7. Armagh lead by five, Jamie Clarke got their goal. #gaa2012
  • 15:12
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@52': Meath 0-11 Kildare 0-11. Sheridan levels it with a 45. #gaa2012
  • 15:14
    Daryl Flynn sent off for a second bookable offence. Avoidable.
  • 15:14
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@53': Meath 0-12 Kildare 0-11. Kildare's Daryl Flynn has been sent off, Farrell adds a free. #gaa2012
  • 15:14
    His first booking wasn’t really a yellow. Referee under the spotlight again you’d have to think.
  • 15:15
    In terms of Kildare and Meath I have no affiliation to either team. None whatsoever. Why then do I think I want Meath to win. They lead 0-12 to 0-11. There are about 16 minutes to go.
  • 15:15
    GOAL! Mikey Conway scores for Kildare
  • 15:16
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@HT: Fermanagh 0-8 Cavan 0-5. Fermanagh lead by three at the break. #gaa2012
  • 15:16
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@56': Meath 0-12 Kildare 1-11. Kildare goal, a scrambled deflection off a Conway shot. #gaa2012
  • 15:16
    Long ball in came off the upright. O’Connor recycled it and fed Conway who just about managed to get it under the Meath goalkeeper. Kildare 1-11 Meath 0-12
  • 15:17
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@57': Meath 0-13 Kildare 1-11. Farrell pops one over from play. #gaa2012
  • 15:17
    Joe Sheridan missed a goal opportunity. That’s a couple he’s missed. Could prove vital but Meath are back to within a point of Kildare.
  • 15:17
    Reilly with a monster of a point. We're level again at Croke Park
  • 15:18
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@57': Meath 0-14 Kildare 1-11. Graham Reilly equalises. #gaa2012
  • 15:20
    GOAL for Meath!
  • 15:20
    Peadar Byrne with a great finish. Meath 1-14 to 1-11. 10 minutes to go.
  • 15:20
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@60': Meath 1-14 Kildare 1-11. Goal for Meath, Peadar Byrne with a superb finish to the net. #gaa2012
  • 15:21
    Kildare might feel aggrieved. Mick Collins, the ref, threw the ball up rather than give the free out he should have given Kildare.
  • 15:22
    This game is superb. Will the Banty doubters be silenced?
  • 15:23
    Dermot Earley is on for Kildare.
  • 15:24
    Joe Sheridan has been a decent target man but other aspects of his game have let him down.
  • 15:24

    Earley’s shot was wild. That description is generous.

     

  • 15:25
    Earley’s wide was bad. Ollie Lyons’ miss was worse. Bad.
  • 15:27
    Seanie Johnston, if ever you wanted to endear yourself to Kildare fans, now is the time.
  • 15:27
    He's not going to get the opportunity it seems
  • 15:27
    Conor Gillespie has won the midfield battle on his own for Meath
  • 15:28
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@68': Meath 1-15 Kildare 1-11. Stephen Bray puts four between them. #gaa2012
  • 15:28
    Stephen Bray scores would could be an insurance point for Meath. 1-15 to 1-11.
  • 15:29
    Queeney on for Forde for Meath
  • 15:29
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@69': Meath 1-16 Kildare 1-11. Queeney fires over seconds after coming on. #gaa2012
  • 15:29
    Queeney’s first touch is a point.
  • 15:30
    In many ways Queeney is the ultimate Royal
  • 15:30
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@37': Roscommon 1-5 Armagh 1-7. Goal for Roscommon, scorer to follow. #gaa2012
  • 15:30
    Queeney has scored a second point
  • 15:30
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@70': Meath 1-17 Kildare 1-11. Queeney again, Meath are on fire. #gaa2012
  • 15:30

    69 mins -Meath 1-17 Kildare 1-11

     

  • 15:31
    Meath deserve this.
  • 15:32
    Seanie Johnston didn’t make it on to the pitch and people will say he disrupted Kildare before this. They should’ve played him if only to get it over with.
  • 15:33
    It's over!
  • 15:33
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@FT: Meath 1-17 Kildare 1-11. Meath clinch a fully deserved victory and are in the final. #gaa2012
  • 15:33

    Full-time : Meath 1-17 Kildare 1-11

  • 15:33
    drumgath did kildare believe all the pre match hype? All the stats? You can never write meath off. That's the history they should have been reading
  • 15:34
    Indeed Drumgath, indeed.
  • 15:35
    Let’s not take anything away from Meath. They deserved to win that match. Six points to spare in the end. Convincing.
  • 15:35
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@41': Fermanagh 0-11 Cavan 0-6. Fermanagh are now 5 ahead after fast start to 2nd half. #gaa2012
  • 15:37
    "Players perform for Séamus McEnaney eventually – no matter how much drama he trails in his wake." So said Malachy Clerkin in this weekend's Irish Times. Indeed.
  • 15:37
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1 Latest: Roscommon 1-6 Armagh 1-7. Cathal Shine point puts one between them. #gaa2012
  • 15:37
    Fermanagh are pulling away from Cavan - a damning indictment of the state of Cavan football.
  • 15:38
    Armagh lead Roscommon by a single point. That should go down to the wire.
  • 15:38
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@46': Fermanagh 0-11 Cavan 0-7. Jack Brady leaves four in it. #gaa2012
  • 15:40
    Will Kildare blame the referee? The sending-off was perhaps harsh and the decision not to give Kildare a free out which indirectly led to the Meath goal proved to be vital.
  • 15:40
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@49': Roscommon 1-7 Armagh 1-7. Kilbride got the goal, Donie Shine with the equaliser. #gaa2012
  • 15:41
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1 Latest: Roscommon 1-7 Armagh 1-7. Kilbride got the goal, D Shine with the equaliser. #gaa2012
  • 15:42
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@49': Roscommon 1-8 Armagh 1-7. Donie Shine puts Roscommon ahead. #gaa2012
  • 15:42
    Seriously though, now we’re going to have to go through the whole ‘Will Seanie Johnston make his debut?’ debacle again on another day. Why go through the rigmarole that they did last night if they had no intention of playing him today? Dare we question Kieran McGeeney’s judgment?
  • 15:43
    Roscommon lead now. Are we nearing the end for Paddy O’Rourke?
  • 15:43
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@50': Fermanagh 0-13 Cavan 0-7. Fermanagh now lead by six. #gaa2012
  • 15:44
    You can all get officially excited. Down v Derry in the Ulster hurling championship is underway. I wonder why it’s not being televised?
  • 15:45
    20 minutes to go and Fermanagh are looking comfortable. They lead Cavan by six points.
  • 15:45
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@50': Fermanagh 0-13 Cavan 0-8. Brady puts five between them. #gaa2012
  • 15:46
    Hold on – Cavan have scored a goal.
  • 15:46
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@50': Fermanagh 0-13 Cavan 2-8. Cavan have got two goals, McKiernan and McDermott. #gaa2012
  • 15:48
    Holy Cavan comeback Batman!
  • 15:49
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@55': Fermanagh 0-13 Cavan 2-9. Cavan are motoring, Damien Reilly with a point. #gaa2012
  • 15:51
    Cavan, I never doubted that you.
  • 15:54
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@59': Fermanagh 0-13 Cavan 3-10. Another Cavan goal, Keating gets it. #gaa2012
  • 15:55
    In the Ulster hurling championship semi-final Derry lead Down by six points after 20 minutes
  • 15:55
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@62': Roscommon 1-10 Armagh 1-8. Roscommon lead by two. #gaa2012
  • 15:56
    Armagh 1-8 Roscommon 1-10. That’s Armagh’s first point of the second half
  • 15:57
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@65': Roscommon 1-11 Armagh 1-8. Cathal Cregg puts three between them. #gaa2012
  • 15:57
    Cavan have a third goal
  • 15:58
    It's Cavan 3-10 Fermanagh 0-14
  • 15:58
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@65': Fermanagh 0-14 Cavan 3-11. Cavan lead by six after stunning turnaround. #gaa2012
  • 15:58
    So what about the Dubs? They’re going to win. Is it a mauling or will they stumble to victory?
  • 16:00
    The rendition of the National Anthem at Croke Park is slick and therefore lacks its usual character
  • 16:01
    Dublin's team is strong, very strong.
  • 16:01
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship Semi-Final@1': Dublin 0-1 Wexford 0-0. Keven McManamon opens the scoring for Dublin. #gaa2012
  • 16:01
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship Semi-Final@1': Dublin 0-1 Wexford 0-0. Kevin McManamon opens the scoring for Dublin. #gaa2012
  • 16:02
    Dublin lead after less than a minute. McManamon with the score
  • 16:03
    Diarmuid Connolly’s started like he means business. Daunting prospect for Wexford.
  • 16:03
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship Semi-Final@4': Dublin 0-2 Wexford 0-0. Diarmuid Connolly with a second Dublin score. #gaa2012
  • 16:04
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@70': Roscommon 1-11 Armagh 1-8. Three between them in injury time. #gaa2012
  • 16:05
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@70': Fermanagh 0-14 Cavan 3-13. Cavan coasting to victory in injury-time. #gaa2012
  • 16:05

    Redmond Barry with a score – an early contender for ‘Name of the Season.’

  • 16:06
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship Semi-Final@6': Dublin 0-2 Wexford 0-1. Wexford hit back with a point from Red Barry. #gaa2012
  • 16:06
    Armagh are going out. A real lack of second half scores. I don’t want to push this agenda but it’s impossible to see Paddy O’Rourke survive this
  • 16:07
    Alan Brogan’s shot is saved by the Wexford goalkeeper. Bernard Brogan not to happy with his brother there.
  • 16:07
    Poor wide from Alan Brogan.
  • 16:08
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@FT: Fermanagh 0-15 Cavan 3-13. #gaa2012
  • 16:08
    FT – Roscommon 1-11 Armagh 1-9
  • 16:09
    officialgaa via Twitter GAA Football All-Ireland Qualifiers Round 1@FT: Roscommon 1-11 Armagh 1-9. #gaa2012
  • 16:09
    Great result for Roscommon!
  • 16:10
    FT: Fermanagh 0-15 Cavan 3-13.
  • 16:10
    GOAL! Redmond Barry!
  • 16:10
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship Semi-Final@10': Dublin 0-2 Wexford 1-1. Red Barry with a superb Wexford goal. #gaa2012
  • 16:11
    9 mins - Wexford lead. Redmond Barry gathered a long ball and slipped the ball under Cluxton. It’s Wexford 1-1 Dublin 0-2
  • 16:12
    HT- Ulster hurling – Derry 0-13 Down 0-7
  • 16:13
    Great point from Brogan senior
  • 16:13
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship Semi-Final@13': Dublin 0-3 Wexford 1-1. Alan Brogan hits back for the Dubs with a lovely point. #gaa2012
  • 16:15
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship Semi-Final@15': Dublin 0-3 Wexford 1-2. Ben Brosnan lofts over a point for Wexford. #gaa2012
  • 16:15
    Ben Brosnan – questionable haircut but an assured point
  • 16:16
    Dublin haven’t got going at all yet. Wexford are doing well. How long can it continue?
  • 16:17
    Dublin have been wasteful in front of goal. Bernard Brogan fires wide this time
  • 16:18
    Goal-kick directly out over the line for a side-line ball. That’s poor.
  • 16:19
    David Murphy was just described by TV3 as the spiritual leader of the Wexford defence. David ‘Dalai’ Murphy.
  • 16:20
    Wexford now lead 1-3 to 0-3. Dublin guilty of missing easy chances
  • 16:21
    Oisín McConville has said this of Armagh manager Paddy O’Rourke’s future:

    “I don’t think he has a future, no disrespect to the man.”

    Tell us what you really think Oisín.
  • 16:21
    GOAL for Dublin! Diarmuid Connolly with the score
  • 16:22
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@22': Dublin 1-3 Wexford 1-4. Diarmuid Connolly finishes beautifully to the net, one in it. #gaa2012
  • 16:22
    Great inside pass to Connolly who shook off his man and hit the opposite corner of the net. Neat finish. Dublin 1-3 Wexford 1-4
  • 16:23
    Ben Brosnan is really on fire. Three points from play. Great score.
  • 16:23
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@24': Dublin 1-3 Wexford 1-5. Ben Brosnan nails a wonderscore. #gaa2012
  • 16:24
    Dublin’s wide count is getting higher. It might be more forgivable if they were hard chances to convert. They aren’t.
  • 16:25
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@25': Dublin 1-4 Wexford 1-5. McManamon kicks a fine point from play. #gaa2012
  • 16:25
    Kevin McManamon with a point. Dublin 1-4 Wexford 1-5
  • 16:26
    Masterson with a superb save. Brogan wriggled free and you would have put your house on Bernard Brogan finishing but the Wexford goalie did well.
  • 16:26
    Dublin were able to get a point through Cullen though
  • 16:29
    Ben Brosnan set to star in Dye Another Day!
  • 16:30
    Bernard Brogan hasn’t scored yet for the Dubs – he’s obviously finished!
  • 16:31
    Cian O’Sullivan on for Ger Brennan
  • 16:32
    Wexford have been impressive enough but I can see Dublin totally overrunning them in the second half. I did say that Kildare would do that to Meath in the earlier game mind.
  • 16:33
    Ben Brosnan’s effort goes wide after hitting the post. Good attempt.
  • 16:33
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@32': Dublin 1-5 Wexford 1-5. Ben Brosnan drills a free of a post for Wexford. #gaa2012
  • 16:34
    The Brogan brothers have been unusually inaccurate.
  • 16:35
    Bernard Brogan’s shot falls well short. So who has the kryptonite in Croke Park?
  • 16:36
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@36': Dublin 1-5 Wexford 1-6. Shane Roche lands a free from the hand to up the Models ahead. #gaa2012
  • 16:36
    Wexford score the game’s first free. Wexford lead.
  • 16:37
    Banville with a superb score. Wexford lead by two
  • 16:38
    This Wexford display has been courageous – typical Yellow bellies….no wait….I mean….
  • 16:39
    Ben Brosnan with another point
  • 16:39
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@38': Dublin 1-5 Wexford 1-8. Ben Brosnan with a brilliant long-range score. #gaa2012
  • 16:39
    HT - Wexford 1-8 Dublin 1-5
  • 16:39
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@HT: Dublin 1-5 Wexford 1-8. #gaa2012
  • 16:44
    Wexford are better than some people (I’m definitely not referring to myself there) gave them credit for before this game. Redmond Barry, Ciaran Lyng and in particular Ben Brosnan are great footballers.
  • 16:45
    Banville's no slouch either
  • 16:48
    The highlights of the first half definitely show that Dublin’s defence doesn’t look comfortable dealing with long direct balls.
  • 16:52
    Dublin will definitely come back and win this game. You can (Ulster) bank on that which means you may not get what you need from this.
  • 16:53
    officialgaa via Twitter The attendance today at the double header in Croke Park is 47,961. #nothingbeatsbeingthere #gaa2012
  • 16:55
    The TV3 pundits are saying Dublin’s forwards have been lax. Hard to argue with them.
  • 16:55
    47,961 at Croke Park this afternoon. Attendance-watch!
  • 16:57
    Michael Dara Macauley replaces Eamon Fennell
  • 16:57
    Wexford just 35 minutes from beating Dublin the Leinster championship since 1956 apparently
  • 16:58
    Lacklustre start to the second half
  • 17:01
    Banville wide. Just.
  • 17:02
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@41': Dublin 1-5 Wexford 1-8. Diarmuid Connolly straight red card for Dublin. #gaa2012
  • 17:02
    Diarmuid Connolly clearly struck out there off the ball. Red card. Silly silly boy. Had to go.
  • 17:03

    When all else fails turn to Cluxton.

  • 17:03
    DublinerOnTour Following live updates from Yangon, Myanmar but there must be something funky in the air. It sounds like Cavan (seriously??) won and Dublin are loosing to Wexford? Say it ain't so :(
  • 17:04
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@43': Dublin 1-7 Wexford 1-8. Stephen Cluxton and Kevin Nolan with scores for Dublin. #gaa2012
  • 17:05
    Glad you’re joining us all the way from Yangon but your eyes do not deceive you – Cavan did in fact win and as it stands Dublin are being beaten by Wexford but the fightback is on. Dublin trail by a solitary point now.
  • 17:05
    Wexford need a score or at least some possession if they are to weather this Blue storm.
  • 17:06
    Two wides in a row from Wexford. Dublin will punish that.
  • 17:06
    Wexford now giving away silly frees. Dublin should level it up now.
  • 17:07
    Bernard Brogan gets his first point of the day. That’s ominous.
  • 17:08
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@46': Dublin 1-8 Wexford 1-8. Bernard Brogan levels the game from a free. #gaa2012
  • 17:09
    Wexford score through Flynn. Good sustained pressure from Wexford there
  • 17:09
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@47': Dublin 1-8 Wexford 1-9. Wexford nudge back into the lead with an Adrian Flynn special. #gaa2012
  • 17:09
    47 mins - Wexford 1-9 Dublin 1-8
  • 17:10
    Wexford seem to be enjoying more possession. They must know that they have to exploit the extra man.
  • 17:11
    Roche must feel like the daddy after converting that free. Papa Roche if you will. Wexford lead by two.
  • 17:11
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@49': Dublin 1-8 Wexford 1-10. Shane Roche puts Wexford two clear. #gaa2012
  • 17:12
    I don’t want to jinx him but Masterson in the Wexford goal has been excellent today.
  • 17:12
    officialgaa via Twitter Ulster GAA Hurling Championship Semi-Final@FT: Derry 0-24 Down 0-13. #gaa2012
  • 17:13
    Paddy Byrne on for Ciaran Lyng
  • 17:13
    GOAL for Dublin!
  • 17:14
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@52': Dublin 2-8 Wexford 1-10. Kevin McManamon with the Dublin goal after B Brogan pass. #gaa2012
  • 17:14
    Kevin McManamon gifted a chance after Bernard Brogan found space and fed McManamon. Dublin 2-8 Wexford 1-10
  • 17:14
    auns Is this on twitter?
  • 17:15
    It's run on the Irish Times website only. We infiltrate some Twitter feeds into the coverage.
  • 17:16
    That looked like a soft free awarded to Dublin. McManamon didn’t even stop playing himself and he was meant to be the one who had been fouled. Bernard Brogan misses a fairly easy free by his own high standards.
  • 17:17
    McManamon is coming into his own here with a fine point. Dublin 2-9 Wexford 1-10
  • 17:17
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@56': Dublin 2-9 Wexford 1-10. Kevin McManamon puts Dublin two clear. #gaa2012
  • 17:19
    Wexford shot blocked by a Dublin foot but according to TV3 it's not a foot block?
  • 17:19
    Brosnan, kicking into the Hill, drags his shot wide. Is that the belief sapping away from Wexford?
  • 17:21
    Brosnan misses another. The writing’s on the wall here, isn’t it?
  • 17:21
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@60': Dublin 2-9 Wexford 1-10. Ben Brosnan misses two placed balls in a row for Wexford. #gaa2012
  • 17:21
    Colm Morris off John Leacy on for Wexford
  • 17:22
    FT – Ulster hurling championship – Derry 0-24 Down 0-13
  • 17:22
    I’m going to say it. I think this is the worst I’ve ever seen Bernard Brogan play.
  • 17:23
    Redmond Barry played a ball right in on top of Cluxton. Any other goalkeeper would’ve been under pressure. Cluxton, with ice in his veins, was not in any way bothered.
  • 17:24
    Bernard Brogan has been taken off. It’s been that bad for him. Eoghan O’Gara is on.
  • 17:25
    62 mins – Dublin 2-9 Wexford 1-10
  • 17:25
    O’Gara wins a free with his first touch.
  • 17:26
    Cluxton isn’t infallible. His free comes off the post.
  • 17:27
    Flynn with another wide. Far too many in the second half. Wexford could have been out of sight.
  • 17:29
    Kevin Noalan puts the Dubs three points up with three minutes left to play
  • 17:29
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@67': Dublin 2-10 Wexford 1-10. Kevin Nolan puts Dublin three clear with his second point. #gaa2012
  • 17:30
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@68': Dublin 2-11 Wexford 1-10. Bryan Cullen with another Dublin score. #gaa2012
  • 17:30
    Brilliant score from Dublin. Superb counter-attacking movement
  • 17:31
    Kilkenny on for Dublin. I hope that’s confused some of you.
  • 17:31
    Wexford haven’t scored for the best part of 20 minutes.
  • 17:32
    Dublin’s subs would probably walk on to most other teams.
  • 17:32
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@69': Dublin 2-11 Wexford 1-10. Ciarán Kilkenny comes on for his first taste of championship action.
  • 17:33
    Kevin McManamon awarded Man of the Match by TV3. What do you reckon?
  • 17:33
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@70': Dublin 2-11 Wexford 1-10. Two additional minutes. #gaa2012
  • 17:34
    There’s a rise in cynical challenges to kill the game. Ross O’Carroll the culprit that time. Yellow card.
  • 17:34
    officialgaa via Twitter Leinster GAA Football Championship S-F@FT: Dublin 2-11 Wexford 1-10. Dublin will play Meath in the Leinster final. #gaa2012
  • 17:35
    FT- Dublin 2-11 Wexford 1-10
  • 17:35
    Dublin v Meath in the Leinster final – there will be blood!
  • 17:37
    In the end, it was a poor game. Dublin weren't great but progressed whereas Wexford will feel they could’ve won it had they been able to finish in the second half as they had done in the first. Meath may fancy their chances in the final. Is this Banty’s road to redemption with the Royal county?
  • 17:37
    DublinerOnTour *phew* I can go to sleep knowing that all is 'somewhat' right in the world. Thankfully we're not facing Kerry any time soon
  • 17:40
    Sleep easy DublineronTour. The Dubs have done it and they will only improve on that performance. If you were watching Kerry this year, you might not fear them as much as you might have in recent years. The All-Ireland could be won by up to five teams I reckon. Dublin remain one of those teams. Hope life in Myanmar is treating you well.
  • 17:45
    officialgaa via Twitter Dublin finish strongly to see off Wexford and move into final, read the report on GAA.ie here: http://gaa.ie/1dd8f1 #gaa2012
  • 17:45
    Results

    Leinster senior football championship

    Dublin 2-11 Wexford 1-10
    Meath 1-17 Kildare 1-11

    All-Ireland football championship qualifiers

    Roscommon 1-11 Armagh 1-9
    Fermanagh 0-15 Cavan 3-13


    Ulster senior hurling championship
    Derry 0-24 Down 0-13
  • 18:02
    At the start of the day drama was promised and drama was duly delivered. It may not have been from the source we suspected but Meath provided enough excitement to keep everyone entertained.

    Seanie Johnston ended up not making his Kildare debut but had he been introduced the headlines would still have gone to Meath who surprised the much-fancied Kildare team by beating them with six points to spare.

    Dublin progressed but Wexford will look back on their Leinster semi-final with regret. They had the potential to cause so much drama but as it was they were unable to score in the last 20 minutes and Dublin held on. Everything was set up for Jason Ryan’s side. Diarmuid Connolly’s petulance reduced Dublin to 14 men but the Wexford heroes of the first half couldn’t produce the performance they needed in the second half. 

    The drama may be over Paddy O’Rourke as Armagh slumped to defeat against Roscommon. The Rossies deservedly saw off an Armagh team who could only muster two points in the second half.

    In the all-Ulster qualifier late dramatics saw Cavan storm from five points behind to register a seven-point victory against Fermanagh.

    In Ulster hurling, there may not have been drama but you can assume it was more of a tragedy as Down fell to Derry at Casement Park.

    Today’s action completes a dramatic week in GAA circles. Come back for more at the same time and same place next Sunday. In terms of today’s action though you can consider this the fat lady singing. Or is that opera not drama?.....the theme was being loosely worked in anyway. See you next week.
  • 18:08
    officialgaa via Twitter A few late queries regarding our #GAA7Wonders campaign. For those who are only seeing it now, here is what we are at - http://gaa.ie/a4308b
  • 18:10
    officialgaa via Twitter If you have pictures of your County or Club colours in unique locations please send them on and help the #GAA7wonders campaign!
  • 18:23
    officialgaa via Twitter The #GAA7Wonders is now complete thanks to a Cavan man outside of Petra, Jordan. Check it out! Thanks again everyone http://t.co/7pCFvldC
  • 18:25
    officialgaa via Twitter RT @xPaulaSx: @officialgaa Fair play to him. This is a really good idea in raising awareness of the GAA throughout the World
  • 18:26
    officialgaa via Twitter RT @paddystewart88: @officialgaa #GAA7wonders This what you're after? Myself at the Colluseum in 2008 #clannagaelclg http://t.co/Go0lGKe7