Admission prices and experimental rules were hot topics of debate on twitter in recent days...
Anyone complaining about price of GAA tickets jog on..as a whole the GAA is still largely undervalued by any comparison. Eg. Will cost you €36 to watch a Munster (less Irish players) take on Zibre in March..Will cost me €15 to watch Mon v Dub next weekend!!!! 🤔🤔— Dick Clerkin (@dickclerkin8) January 19, 2019
This is very disappointing by the @officialgaa. Turning supporters away from going to games. Throw on an extra concert in Pairc Uí Caomh to make up the revenues. Hitting the epicentre of the GAA which is the supporters.— Michael Fennelly (@MFennellyKK) January 20, 2019
Find it hard to reason why children under 16 were charged £2 in to watch tonight’s game.— Colm Cavanagh (@collykid2) January 19, 2019
Admission prices for Gaa matches surely now bordering on being boycotted... would love to hear the shambles of a reason @officialgaa come up with for this— Peter O'Leary (@poleary7) January 19, 2019
Huge turn out & lively contest in Armagh. For all the complaining that’s been done about the new rules. The offensive mark could be hugely beneficial late on to close out games if teams keep a decent attacking shape & trust their foot passing ability. pic.twitter.com/Gm9G3TunTV— Aaron Kernan (@AaronKernan) January 19, 2019
Great to see all the kids on the pitch for half time of @TyroneGAALive & @Armagh_GAA , every ground should be doing this, can u imagine a kick around in Croker for kids at half time 🙌🏻 #GAABEO #tyronevarmagh— Aidan O Mahony (@GmailMahony) January 19, 2019
First game I’ve watched with the new rules. Didn’t see much wrong with that...— Niall McKeever (@nmckeevs) January 19, 2019
I love Twitter. pic.twitter.com/PnRBjLNwVw— Eamon Mc Gee (@EamonMcGee) January 19, 2019
Hand pass rule out. #gaa— Conor.mortimer (@Conmort) January 19, 2019
Common sense prevails great credit due to @officialgaa for listening to comments from managers/coaches etc on Hand pass rule, in future when trialing rules -1 @ a time best way forward -personally would like 2c no return of ball after half way line crossed .#gaa #fbd #fbdfinal— Shane Curran (@shanetcurran) January 19, 2019
Devastated is an understatement today,keyboard warriors will have a field day but very proud of what our club has achieved in the last year. Mistakes happen and unfortunately I hold my hand up today but the head will be kept up.Wishing @NaomhEannaCLG the best of luck. #FósBródúil— Maghnus Breathnach (@Breathnach1) January 20, 2019
Peter Harte collects the Bank Of Ireland Dr Mc Kenna Cup from outgoing Ulster President Michael Hasson pic.twitter.com/59Ttg91akR— Tyrone GAA (@TyroneGAALive) January 19, 2019
2019 O’Bryne Cup Champions!!!!— westmeathgaaofficial (@westmeath_gaa) January 18, 2019
Killian Daly picks up the trophy for the 4th time in our history and our 1st in 31 years.
Man of the match Ger Egan starred with 1-5 as we ran out 5 point winners away to Dublin.
Well done to all on a great performance!!!#iarmhiabu#westmeathgaa pic.twitter.com/0zZK7Oh2xb
A star Studded line out last night for A Gaelic football legend and gentleman @MattyForde15 What a great night honouring a great talent in a jam— Wexford GAA (@OfficialWexGAA) January 20, 2019
packed @AshdownParkGM hotel Well done to all for putting on a great night @kilaneringaa pic.twitter.com/kdaVGCoU9u
Brilliant win for @ShaneLowryGolf who is back where he belongs in the World top 50. Class act who never forgets his family or roots when interviewed. Also great man to support Offaly GAA & needy causes in a quiet way. #gent— Michael Duignan (@DuignanMichael) January 19, 2019