Not long now until the 2015 league and championship games begin, here are my top GAA photos of 2014. Whats your opinion? Have I left any out? Which is your favourite?
Peter Crowley turns an attack on its head against Mayo
“Ah Ref!” Two Dublin supporters at the Donegal vs Dublin game
TV presenter Marty Morrissey does his part for the Motor neuron ice bucket challenge.
Anthony Daly takes time to reflect on his defeat at the hands of Tipperary
Rachel Ruddy, Dublin, does her best to stay in pla
Davy Fitzgerald never has a dull moment on the sideline for Clare
A young hurling enthusiast playing at half time of the hurling semi-finals.
James O’Donoghue is stopped dead in his tracks against Mayo
Wexford’s Kate Kelly strikes the sliotar
Seamus Callanan celebrates his goal against Cork
The rain begins to pour in the semi-final Kilkenny vs Limerick
Some people like to take matters into their own hands
Kieran Donaghy celebrates his goal while Mayo stare at the ball in the goals
Alan Brogan and sons heartbreak after losing to Donegal in the SFC semi-final
Ciara Quirke (Carlow) and Cailin Fitzgerald (Offaly) have a tough battle in the Junior Camogie Semi Final
Bill Cooper relishes his Munster final victory
Galway and Sligo stand for the national anthem in Markievicz Park
Galway camogie team attempt to stay warm during the rain break in the Quarter final vs Cork
The moment that ended Anthony Nash frees, Waterford goalie Stephen O’Keeffe saved an Anthony Nash penalty with his body
Relieved, Cork’s Angela Walsh (left) and sister Annie Walsh celebrate in TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football final against Dublin after Cork scored 2-7 in the last 15 minutes
Kerry hurler John Egan with his son after their defeat to Kildare in the Christy Ring final
Cruciate problems, Colm Cooper and Dublin footballer Ciaran Kilkenny at the launch of the Opel Kit for Clubs initiative
Substitute Una Leacy scores a later equaliser to do it all again in the Wexford v Cork Liberty Insurance Ireland senior semi-final.
Wexford’s Liam Og McGovern loses his helmet in a collision with Jack Browne of Clare
Kilkenny’s Darren Browne tries his best to keep out Shane Brennan in the Minor championship
Respect, Clare’s Orlaith Duggan consoles Offaly’s Siobhan Flannery in their Championship defeat