Posts Tagged ‘Gaelic Games’

A Study of All Ireland Football Championship Qualifier series success levels

June 17, 2013

Adrian Kavanagh, 17 June 2013

As with all other aspects of sporting success, there is a notable geographical dimension to success levels in Gaelic Games and this is particularly evident in terms of the success levels enjoyed by different counties and different regions in the Gaelic Football Championship qualifier rounds. This post analyses how different counties have fared in these qualifiers since these were first introduced at the start of the 2000s and notes that certain provinces and certain counties have fared decidedly better in these than other provinces and counties.


Gaelic Football qualifiers standings, latest update

July 12, 2011

This weekend  saw the last big weekend of qualifer matches (eight games, as opposed to the remaining weeks when just four games will be played). (more…)

Gaelic Football qualifiers standings, update

June 27, 2011

This weekend’s eight qualifiers games have changed the rankings somewhat with some results flying in the face of regular qualifiers form. (more…)

All Ireland Football Championship Qualifier series success levels

June 23, 2011

Interesting data on success levels in all of the All Ireland Football Championship qualifier matches accompanying today’s article by Martin Breheny in today’s Irish Independent – (Breheny (23 June 2011), “Win or Bust: Teams risk early exit but qualifiers can be launch pad for assault on Sam”, Irish Independent, p.62) (more…)