Home-grown managers thin on the Kildare ground says The Supporter

“Truly I tell you, no prophet is accepted in his hometown.”- Luke 4:24 I am sure Niall Carew has the ambition to manage Kildare someday. Davy Burke certainly does and he makes no bones about that. Anthony Rainbow probably does...

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“All in this together” – not for all of us it seems

The priest tried to be subtle but they overheard the “what’s the name?” whispered to the undertaker as he approached the grave. The man had died without family around him. The great nurses in Naas did their best to make...

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Lower level hurling once again the poor relation in GAA fixtures

IN his magnificent book “The Hurlers”, historian Paul Rouse muses that the first All-Ireland hurling championship “was, ultimately a triumph...

Friday, 03/07/20 - 3:15pm Read More

Chance for GAA to reassess their priorities

BLESS me father for it has been three months since my last Supporter column. Optimistically back then, I felt we...

Wednesday, 17/06/20 - 9:00am Read More

White will be a huge loss to Kildare

Just when you think things are taking a turn for the better, you get hit with a curveball. Maybe us...

Wednesday, 20/02/13 - 11:30am Read More

Sad to see Kavanagh depart but glad to witness McNally’s arrival

THERE was a time when January was a slow month and the O’Byrne Cup began without much fuss but football,...

Thursday, 10/01/13 - 3:56pm Read More