“If you want to see grown men cry, you don’t go to a funeral, you go to a football match” -. They had written themselves into the history books -Valentia Island win a Munster Club title – Deirdre Lyne reviews more than a match

“If you want to see grown men cry, you don’t go to a funeral, you go to a football match” -. They had written themselves into the history books -Valentia Island win a Munster Club title – Deirdre Lyne reflects on what Valentia Young Islanders achieved for themselves and the Read more…

The 1986 GAA team did not have to emigrate – a lot of the 2005 team did – The Difference Between Recession and Depression – On Valentia Island

Liam Lynch (The scribe)  in  Caol on Valentia Island reflects on different outcomes for different GAA teams depending on which ‘recession’ they played in  – He looks back on Caol (‘Chapeltown to visitors and Knightsonians’)  to a very different time and give you the rest of the weeks news from the Read more…