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GAA Scores Podcast

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GAA Scores Podcast
File:GAA Scores Logo.jpg
Hosted byConor Donnelly
Lengthca. 60min
Original release2013[citation needed] – present

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GAA Scores is a podcast and website about Gaelic games.


GAA Scores was originally launched as a Twitter account by Conor Donnelly in January 2012, with updates from GAA teams in various countries. The debut match was a Dr McKenna Cup tie between Derry and UUJ at Celtic Park.[citation needed] The account received almost 1,000 followers on Twitter within the first week.[citation needed] Later that summer a website was founded with news and opinions on Gaelic games.[citation needed]

The podcast was launched in May 2013 with Conor Donnelly, Pearse Corcoran and Michael O'Connor hosting the first season.[citation needed] Fermanagh footballer Ryan McCluskey replaced O'Connor midway through the second season.[citation needed]

The show is released weekly through iTunes and SoundCloud.[citation needed]

Link up with Gaelic Life[edit]

On Thursday 12 February 2015, it was announced that GAA Scores would be linking up with Ulster-based newspaper, Gaelic Life, to bring further coverage of the clubs and county within the province for the rest of the season.[citation needed]


Awards and recognition[edit]

  • Voted 5th in the Irish Examiner’s "Top 50 Essential GAA Tweeters" (May 2012)
  • SportsNewsIRELAND’s "Top 30 GAA Twitter Accounts to follow" (August 2012)
  • Final 10 in the RaboTweeties Award for the "best use of Twitter by an Irish owner" (September 2013)
  • Semi Finalists in the Bord Gáis Social Media Awards for "Most Innovative and Effective Use of Social Media in Ireland" (May 2014)
  • Finalist in Blog Awards Ireland for "Best Sport & Recreation Blog" (October 2014)
  • Semi Finalist in the Web Awards for "Best Sports Site" (October 2014)
  • Winner of "Best Sports Twitter Account in Ireland" in the RaboTweeties Awards (November 2014)

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