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Parsons appointed as the new CEO of the GPA

FORMER Mayo player Tom Parsons has been appointed as the new CEO of the Gaelic Players Association. Parsons has been a member of the GPA's Nation al Executive Committee since 2019 and has also been on the Board of Directors for the last two years.He will replace Paul Flynn in the role with Antrim man Ciarán Barr set to act as interim CEO until Parsons officially takes up the position.

irishnews.com ,  24d 0
Parsons appointed as the new CEO of the GPA

Tom Parsons named as the new CEO of the Gaelic Players Association

EX-MAYO midfielder Tom Parsons is the new CEO of the GPA. The association confirmed today that the Charlestown man will replace Paul Flynn as chief of the players’ representative body. Parsons, 33, retired from inter-county football earlier this year and has been a member of the GPA’s national executive committee since 2017.

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Tom Parsons named as the new CEO of the Gaelic Players Association

Former Mayo star Tom Parsons appointed GPA's new chief executive

The 33-year-old, who retired from the inter-county game last year, has a wealth of experience of working with the Players' association Former Mayo star Tom Parsons has been appointed as the Gaelic Players Association's new CEO, taking over from Paul Flynn. Parsons, who retired from the inter-county scene last year, has been a member of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the GPA since 2017 and a member of the Board of Directors since 2019.

irishmirror.ie ,  25d 0
Former Mayo star Tom Parsons appointed GPA's new chief executive

Now is the end to our winter of discontent

The reaction to last Sunday’s piece about the changing role of the goalkeeper caught me by surprise.A lot of people had tales to tell about characters from the past.You’d need to be at least 50 years old to remember most of them, though, because education and political correctness have driven them out of business.

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Now is the end to our winter of discontent

GAA star Paul Flynn reveals football career was almost dashed by childhood accident

Former Dublin footballer Paul Flynn has revealed that he almost had his GAA career dashed before it even began due to a childhood accident.Speaking on RTÉ Sport's We Become Heroes podcast, the six-time All-Ireland winner said he could have lost his leg when he was younger.

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GAA star Paul Flynn reveals football career was almost dashed by childhood accident

Paul Flynn’s favourite cheese toastie

Serves: 2 Cooking Time: 20 mins Course: Side Dish Cuisine: Irish Ingredients 8 slices of tinned peach, roughly chopped A few drops of Tabasco smoked chipotle sauce 250g mature cheddar cheese, grated A generous spreading of soft butter 4 slices of good bread 2 hefty smears of English mustard Method 1 Mix the peaches and the chipotle sauce into the cheese.

irishtimes.com ,  1m 5
Paul Flynn’s favourite cheese toastie

Scots family left shaken after masked man raids home making off with car

The house was broken into in Colintraive Crescent, in Robroyston area of Glasgow , around 5.30am on Saturday.Cops have launched a probe after a man in a surgical face mask raided a Scots home before making off with a car.The house was broken into in Colintraive Crescent, in Robroyston area of Glasgow, around 5.30am on Saturday April 10.

dailyrecord.co.uk ,  2m 1
Scots family left shaken after masked man raids home making off with car

Family left 'very shaken' after home raid by man wearing a surgical face mask

A FAMILY has been left 'very shaken' after their home was raided by a man wearing a surgical face mask who made off with their car.Cops are now hunting for the thief who struck in Robroyston's Colintraive Crescent at 5.30am on Sunday.The force said he took personal items, along with a silver Suzuki Vitara during the break-in.

glasgowtimes.co.uk ,  2m 2
Family left 'very shaken' after home raid by man wearing a surgical face mask

This warming soup has been nourishing Irish people for 1,000 years. Here’s how to make it

Leeks get the short end of the stick in the kitchen, supporting nearly every soup and sauce, but rarely getting to shine on their own terms, though Paul Flynn has a recipe for them this week.They come in all shapes and sizes but for many dishes, small, young leeks are best.

irishtimes.com ,  2m 1
This warming soup has been nourishing Irish people for 1,000 years. Here’s how to make it

Real Irish food for St Patrick’s Day: Eight recipes to celebrate our national day with

Hands up who will be eating corned beef and cabbage tomorrow.Hmm.Despite what our American cousins think, it won’t feature on many dinner tables on these shores as we celebrate St Patrick’s Day.

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Real Irish food for St Patrick’s Day: Eight recipes to celebrate our national day with