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Galway Camogie Star Ailish O'Reilly Answers Our Not-So-Serious Questions! 0Recently, we caught up with four-time Galway All-Star Ailish O’Reilly from Oranmore/Maree Camogie Club to answer our not-so-serious questions!
Winning All-Ireland senior camogie titles in 2013 and 2019, the 26-year-old forward netted two goals in the 2019 All Ireland decider as the Tribeswomen saw off Kilkenny in a rip-roaring spectacle.
6 Amazing GAA Coaching Books You Need to Read This Year 0We love our coaching books – those that help to mould both the young and not-so-young Gaelic Games players and their mentors.
Currently, there are countless websites, podcasts and webinars offering insights and resources online, but as any GAA coach will tell you, a good book can also get the creative coaching juices flowing.
Here are six books that we have chosen (in no particular order) that coaches might find useful. And feel free to suggest the name of a book or other resource that you turn to and that might aid other coaches.
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Dublin Ladies Football Star Niamh Collins Answers All Our Whacky Questions! 0With the return of the Gaelic games season eagerly anticipated next month, four-time All-Ireland winner and Dublin LGFA full-back Niamh Collins is put through her paces by the Shuul Colours team. As always, the questions range from the sane to the insane!
Kerry LGFA Star Emma Dineen Answers Our Quick Fire Questionnaire 1In this week’s Shuul Colours profile, Kerry LGFA senior player Emma Dineen chats about her love of basketball, three-man-weaves and playing guitar.
A panellist when Kerry won the Munster senior championship in 2017, Emma made her debut against Waterford the following year. Her aspiration for 2021 is that The Kingdom can build on their strong showings over the last couple of seasons to secure promotion back to Division 1 of the National League.
Cavan Camogie Star Erinn Galligan on Favourite One-Liners & Supporting Beef Farmers! 0This week, Shuul Colours caught up with Erinn Galligan, Cavan Camogie star. The 33-year-old pharmacist shared her thoughts on a myriad of topics, from Van Halen to Shepherd’s Pie!
If Your GAA County Was A Rom Com 0
With Valentine’s Day upon us, we’ve attempted to do a little match-making at Shuul Colours by marrying counties with a rom-com movie or romance.
It wasn't an easy task – we are fallible! – so, if you have any other suggestion, please let us know. Enjoy!
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Arm Wrestling, Walk-On Songs & More with Honor Ennis, Roscommon LGFA Star 0A management consultant with PWC in Dublin, the 26-year-old, who is the holder of two Connacht intermediate championship medals, is looking forward to the season ahead under new Rossies manager and former Mayo star Diane O’Hora.
First, though, Shuul Colours puts Honor through her paces, discussing important things like walk-on songs and favourite one liners (It's a real gem!).
How To Care For Your New Sterling Silver Jewellery 0
At Shuul Colours we pride ourselves on the uniqueness and quality of all our Sterling Silver jewellery range.
Working with only reputable suppliers for all our components our aim is too provide you with only the highest quality products (in your favorite colours of course).
Before any of our pieces leave our workshop here in Galway, Ireland, they are fully inspected to ensure that you’ll receive your perfect piece in perfect condition.
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The Definitive List Of Inter County All Ireland Winners 2017 in Football, Hurling & Camogie At All Levels. 0
2017 was an amazing year for GAA fans with some of the most exciting games in years.
In the Senior Hurling Championship, Galway brought the Liam McCarthy back to the west for the first time in 29 years. And while Waterford were the unlucky losing finalists they thrilled The Deise supporters, especially that memorable and epic game against Kilkenny in the qualifiers.
In the mens football Dublin claimed an historic 3 in a row when Stephen Cluxton lifted the Sam Mcguire after an enthralling battle against Mayo. There were plenty of talking points in this one, but the occasion and game itself will live long in the memory. Two fantastic amateur teams gave their all in front of a packed crowd of loyal fans.
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Galways Ladies Football Vice-Captain Lisa Gannon on County, Club, Women in Sport, Role Models and Career. 0
Galway senior ladies’ footballer Lisa Gannon is undoubtedly a role model for women in sport.
She was not a promising underage star growing up and yet, through sheer hard-work and determination, she has firmly established herself as a first-choice player on the Tribeswomen’s flagship team.
Having played an integral role in Galway’s impressive 3-12 to 1-8 victory over Mayo in the Connacht final at McHale Park, Castlebar in early July, vice-captain Lisa and her team-mates are now looking forward to an All-Ireland quarter-final showdown against reigning All-Ireland champions Cork or Ulster finalists Monaghan on August 19.
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