Faint praise . . . GAA houses . . . Denial . . . Maths
David Quinn (Irish Independent, May 14) apparently expects the Catholic Church in Dublin to be congratulated for not abusing children?
- I SEE your rugby columnist Hugh Farrelly gets in another one of his little digs at gaelic football (Irish Independent, May 14).
I suggest that he gets down off his high horse and recognises that if any game has a massive problem with its rules it is rugby. Its players and referees don't seem to have a clue about the laws at the breakdown, and scrums have to be reset numerous times before the referee is satisfied. Those in glass houses should not throw stones.