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Two Gaelic Athletic Association officials are being investigated following allegations of child sex abuse, it was revealed last night.
Antrim Gaelic Athletic Association county press officer Brendan Mulgrew, who is Michael's club mate in St Agnes GAA, added he would be "sadly missed" by all who knew him.
And Dublin's 80,000-seater Croke Park ground was ruled out because the owners, the Gaelic Athletic Association, only allow Gaelic games to be played there.
Mary Harney said she would not consider negotiating on a new ground after the Gaelic Athletic Association refused to allow soccer in their 80,000-seat Croke Park stadium in Dublin.
Yesterday saw her enter the hallowed grounds of Croke Park - the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association and all which that entails.
Her Majesty smiled as she was presented with a stick and leatherbound ball used in hurling by Gaelic Athletic Association president Christy Cooney, who described the visit as an "honour".
The situation in Ireland is far from clear after the country's Gaelic Athletic Association voted last weekend to keep a ban on football being played at its Croke Park stadium in Dublin.
Her Majesty smiled as she and Prince Philip were presented with a hurling stick and ball by Gaelic Athletic Association president Christy Cooney.
Members of the Gaelic Athletic Association were expected to defer a decision on whether to allow Croke Park to be used for the event.
The Gaelic Athletic Association for its part will continue to try and build new relationships and to reach out in particular to members of the unionist community."
And it appears after last night's talks that Ireland's Gaelic Athletic Association have agreed to look at a rule banning "foreign games" like football from their stadium.
It is operated by the Gaelic Athletic Association - and it doesn't even have floodlights.