GREAT MOMENTS IN GAELIC FOOTBALL

By
Sportsfile
Great Moments in Gaelic Football

Great Moments in Gaelic Football looks back over the decades of legendary players, matches and moments that have contributed to the narrative of one of the Ireland's most exciting sports. A must for Gaelic Football fans wherever they are. Updated with Dublin's five in a row.

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Paperback:
224 pages
Size:
250x216 mm
ISBN:
9781788491983
Category Photography, Sport

Gaelic football is Ireland's native sport. Fast, physical, athletic and driven by local and national rivalries, it is a unique part of our heritage. Ray McManus and his team at Sportsfile are as passionate as all true sports fans, and have been taking photographs for over forty years. They have been at All Ireland finals, of course, but also at club matches throughout the land.

With reminiscences from photographers and players alike, this book is a look back over the decades at the legendary players, matches and moments that have contributed to the narrative of one of the world's most exciting sports. A must for Gaelic Football fans wherever they are.

First published in 2016, this edition is updated to include many great matches and Dublin's historic Five in a Row. 

Sportsfile reels in the football years in this colourful anthology of photographs

RTE Guide

sure to provide many hours of enjoyment to football followers throughout the country

Clare Champion

great moments … brilliantly captured

Books Ireland

visual Mecca for sports fans

Irish Independent

a stunning new collection of photographs celebrating the greatest moments in Gaelic football down through the years

Irish Independent and The Herald

if you appreciate photography of the highest quality then it’s well worth a look

in Gorey Guardian, New Ross Standard and Enniscorthy Guardian
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