• This feature is great for highlighting upcoming matches and is automatically linked to the league table. It can be used to display club names/logos, times, dates and even locations. The outcome of matches are automatically updated on the league table

  • A league table can be created and easily managed through the back end of the site. We've added our league example with all options visible here (including cumulative scores for/against, and score differences - scores are calculated as the total of all goals and points scored) as well two sample teams to give you a feel for how it works

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  1. Purpose: To advise county boards and clubs on key Covid-19 control measures required to operate safe events for spectators in line with Government Public Health advice. In the absence of specific Government advice on spectators and mass gatherings we must endeavour to take a practical, responsible, and common- sense approach

  2. Almost 12,000 GAA fans have racked up an incredible total of 2.2 billion steps during the month of June as part of the Irish Life GAA Healthy Clubs Steps Challenge. With Gaelic Games activities forced to stop, the Irish Life Steps Challenge was launched to recognise and reward the importance

  3. Munster Council GAA commissioned Repucon Consulting to undertake an analysis on the return on coaching investment across the province. The review of 2019 coaching investment is a follow up study to the research undertaken in 2011 and 2015 and focused on current coaching investment across schools, clubs, coach education and

  4. By John Harrington The GAA has produced two videos detailing how the new kick-out, kick-out mark, and advanced mark rules will work in Gaelic Football. These videos are just one element of an education package that should ensure all referees are up to speed with the rule changes after a

  5. A major drive is being launched to source and publish for the first time GAA stories from the grassroots of the Association. The collaboration between the Association and publishers, Ballpoint Press Ltd., aims to gather the most comprehensive treasure trove of Gaelic-related stories ever compiled in the 136-year history of