consistently produced one of the best GAA yearbooks in the country winning the
GAA’s McNamee Award for the best Yearbook in 2003 and 2004. This year is no
different with Down once again producing an outstanding production, crammed
with articles on Hurling, Football, Handball, Camogie, Scór and indeed all
aspects of Gaelic culture within the County.
The book which
has been edited by Down County GAA PRO Diarmuid Cahill includes information on
clubs the length and breadth of the county as well as articles on the various
county teams with pride of place going to this years All Ireland Minor
The book also
has a number of feature articles which people might find interesting
including: Ray Morgan – Godfather of Gaelic football, A Profile of 1960’s star
Willie Doyle, Schooldays – ‘The best days of your life’ and The Time has come
for the class of 1999.
All in all, the
Down GAA Yearbook 2005 is an absolute goldmine of intriguing information and
must for all Down GAA followers.
The Year book is available from
all usual outlets and GAA Clubs within County Down at just £7.00.