Annual, Stats Books, Diary
The GAA Official Croke Park Annual 2022 is the ideal gift for the GAA aficionado. There are reviews of all the major GAA Championships, written by some of the top GAA correspondents such as Enda McEvoy, Seán Moran and Christy O’Connor, along with comments from All-Ireland winners in both codes.
The various divisions within the Allianz Leagues are all covered with match details, final programme covers and lineouts. The scorelines, dates and venues for all inter-county championship matches at senior, minor, U20, Camogie and Ladies Gaelic Football as well as on the club scene are all provided along with both the programme cover and the team lineouts for each of the All-Ireland finals, while you can also test their knowledge with the Q & A sections.
This Official GAA Annual makes a superb Christmas Gift and will appeal to all GAA fans, supporters or sport enthusiasts young and old.
It is A5 in size and has 356 pages in total
The diary has: A full page-per-day so will be ideal for everyday use, with plenty of space to make notes, arrange meetings and keep a record of your daily, weekly and monthly schedule. Contains contact information for all counties, provincial councils, international units and other associations. Complete 2022 fixture list. The 2022 GAA Diary has a limited print run and is only available directly from DBA Publications.
Full record of GAA statistics, teams, winners, lineouts and more from 1887 to 2021
A jam-packed 250 page special edition of the GAA annual which takes in the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
There are reviews of all the major GAA Championships along with a full statistical record of every score and team lineout in the 2021 Senior Championships. The minor, U20, Camogie, and LGFA Championships are also covered, along with a focus on the club scene in each province from some of the GAA’s most respected writers.
This year’s offering will also feature more than 100 pages of stories and pictures from 2020 along with the front covers and team pages of all of the match programmes in both hurling and football at senior level, as well as selected stories and analysis editorials. Also included are accounts of our how GAA community pulled together in year one of covid-19.