From the gutter to the stars

  COLUMN: HURLER ON THE DITCH, by Donal Campbell ON Thursday last, near the Olympic Park … [Read more...]

Granda was right

READERS of a similar vintage to Hurler, or older, will recall the halcyon days when the choice of … [Read more...]

Hurler on the ditch

A long, long way IT seems a lifetime ago now but it was just five summers back. A light drizzle had … [Read more...]

Hurler on the ditch

Thoughts on a Black Sunday LET’S begin with Paul Durcan. Genuine GAA folk reading this column can … [Read more...]

Hurler on the Ditch

An absolute privilege to be in Croker THERE was a moment meandering down the road from Dublin on … [Read more...]

The GAA & the Garth Brooks debacle

THIS week’s column comes to you hot on the heels of the confirmation that all five Garth Brooks … [Read more...]

Put Gaelic Games on the School curriculum

Hurler was driving by the Scarvey at noon on Tuesday and passed a crowd of young fellas from Scoil … [Read more...]

What constitutes success in 2014?

And so it begins. Last week Jim McGuinness met with his backroom team and players and, as he put it … [Read more...]

New Dream Team proves there’s hope after the break-up

Hurler was seated beside the brother in law in Carrick-on-Shannon at the end of July when Donegal … [Read more...]

Rather be in Jimmy’s shoes than James’

It’ll roll around soon enough – the day the best players in the county report for the first training … [Read more...]