GAA


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GAA

(in Ireland) abbreviation for
(Athletics (Track & Field)) Gaelic Athletic Association
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Yesterday's 227 to 97 vote was a landmark in the history of the GAA.
Little on Thursday, November 2, at a luncheon hosted by the GAA held at Tavern on the Green in New York City.
A GAA jewellery collection offering a "chic" alternative to sports jerseys was launched at Croke Park yesterday.
But a definite date has been set for its first use following a meeting between Hawk-Eye bosses and the GAA last week.
The GAA had talks with Sony in October to create a game with the working title 'Gaelic Football 2004'.
the records - which stand at 73m for men and 52m for women - were set in 2001 by four-time MBNA Kick Fada Champion herbert from the Ballyteague GAA Club and Suzanne hughes from Ballyboden St endas GAA Club in Dublin.
The GAA can bank on capacity 83,000 crowds if Dublin compete in each of those games - 50,000 or e2m more than they'd normally attract.
Now I'm not going to bother ranting on about how the GAA should be paying the players.
Team-mates, friends and family attended his Lisnaskea funeral and senior GAA figures included county manager Peter Canavan.
GAA President Sean Kelly has confirmed that the final will head Stateside after previous deciders in Rome (2003) and Paris (2004).
Modernisers inside the GAA - and there are many of them - must be wondering how the organisation will ever see this new, free and fair Ireland when they can't see where they blundered in this case.
SOMETIMES the GAA is so far up its own backside it can't see the light of day, or common sense.