Staying In Tonight?


GAA Nua.

Because there isn’t GAA on the telly already.

RTÉ writes:

A new documentary series on RTÉ One gives an unprecedented insight into the way science, technology and data are changing Gaelic Games.

The four-part Irish language series GAA Nua, presented by All-Ireland winning Kerry footballer Dara Ó Cinnéide (top), will reveal the lengths that GAA teams across the country are going to in their quest for victory.

Over four half-hours, starting tonight at 7.30pm on RTÉ One, Ó Cinnéide travels throughout Ireland meeting the managers, coaches, players, scientists, statisticians and medics using science and technology to revolutionise the way Gaelic Games are played.

He asks if there is an advantage to the technology and expertise being used by teams across the country and whether the sport is better off without it. Does technology help or hinder as players put in blood, sweat and tears as they strive for success?

Illuminati, dude.

GAA Nua on RTÉ One at 7.30pm.

Thanks Gareth

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9 thoughts on “Staying In Tonight?

    1. dav

      It’ll be naïve in the extreme to think steroids don’t have an involvement in the top tier of the GAA

  1. Gaz

    “Because there isn’t GAA on the telly already.”

    Its only on at the weekends, during the summer! During the Premiership season / Champions league, football is on TV nearly every day of the week…

        1. dav

          dude was complaining about The GAA, I think hurling incorporates the gaa in some aspect of it’s makeup….

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