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Use Of Sin Bin Among Proposed Changes To Gaelic Football Rules

GAA championship Gaelic Football rule changes

The GAA’S Standing Committee on the Playing Rules has issued a list of five proposed experimental rule changes for Gaelic Football, including the introduction of the sin bin. If approved by Coiste Bainistíochta, the proposed rule changes would be implemented as a trial during the 2019 Allianz Football Leagues. However, they would not feature in the championship until approved by …

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Opinion: Thaiday Tackle Shows Why NRL Needs To Consider Using Cards

This week Queensland won against New South Wales, again. The Maroons beat the Blues 26 – 16, sealing a 10th win in 11 series. But besides this momentous feat, there is another talking point that comes out of the second Origin match of this year: Sam Thaiday’s tackle on Blues captain Paul Gallen. On 13 minutes, Thaiday joined a tackle on Gallen, …

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Football Can Learn A Lot About Respect From Rugby

Football has much to learn about respect for referees and the game. How often do you see a refereeing decision in football result in him or her being surrounded and berated by a gang of players? Every weekend, surely. What about in GAA? With increasing regularity. For referees this must be an intimidating experience. When you add the often baying …

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