County championships kick off amid Covid restrictions

Wexford GAA Handball – The Softball Championships The opening games in the Wexford county softball championships take place this week beginning on Wednesday next with individual matches fixed for five different venues.  It will be a very unusual experience for players used to performing in front of sizable crowds, with Covid-19 restrictions reducing the numbers

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GAA Handball Playing Rule changes

Ahead of the return to competitive action from 10th August, all players and officials are reminded of the new Playing Rule changes passed earlier this year. The Dead Ball Hinder in particular needs to be applied straight from the return to training tomorrow so that players get used to seeing how this will work in

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Return to Play Webinar

Following on from the publication of the Handball Return to Play document last week, GAA handball has produced an information Webinar that goes through the document and addresses some common questions submitted. For more information, and to view the webinar, please click on the following link, GAA Handball Return to play Webinar.

Return to Handball Roadmap

Great news from GAA Handball. Alleys can reopen from Monday 20th July (for training only) subject to the guidelines in the Return to Play document. All club members should familiarise themselves with the new protocols and the roadmap set out for return to  action. Link is below: GAA Handball Roadmap to return Final

Profiled: The Doyle’s from Trinity

Written by AOB When ordinary people do extraordinary things, their feats can sometimes become inextricably linked with the area from whence they came. In handballing jargon we had, for example, Ryan from Bridgetown, the Lyng’s of Ballyanne, the Buggy’s of Clonard and the Cleary’s of Ballyanne, to name but a few. Mention Dick Lyng for

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