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THE GAA has relaunched its website, which they believe will help make the administration of clubs easier and more user-friendly.
Just as he did back when the association launched its first website in 1999, former GAA president Nickey Brennan headed up the IT committee that oversaw the redevelopment and he outlined some of the plans for the website.
"We now know we can get (messages to) 100pc of clubs," Brennan said. "And we also know that the president can go online and record a video and talk directly to clubs and members. The technology will enable us to improve communications a lot."
The new website features a results archive dating back to 1887, while news, videos and coaching resources are also included on the site which will remain at the same web address -- www.gaa.ie.
Ticket-purchasing facilities, results, fixtures and news will be updated in real time on the site. A comprehensive history of the GAA, a new search tool to locate clubs across the country and a listing of upcoming events also feature.