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Breheny a constant on the GAA beat for over 44 years

Wednesday, 15th April, 2020 1:29pm

Story by Billy Coss
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Breheny a constant on the GAA beat for over 44 years

Colleagues at The Tuam Herald gathered for a photo to mark Martin Breheny's departure from the paper.

Breheny a constant on the GAA beat for over 44 years

Colleagues at The Tuam Herald gathered for a photo to mark Martin Breheny's departure from the paper.

FOR more than four decades Martin Breheny has been at the forefront of sports journalism at local and national level. From covering Gaelic football, hurling and plenty more besides at The Tuam Herald during the early days of his distinguished career, it was on to the bright lights of Dublin and The Irish Press, The Title, Ireland on Sunday, The Sunday Tribune and The Irish Independent up until his "half-retirement", as he puts it, in November.

Never shy about speaking his mind and expressing strong opinion in the 'Breheny Beat', his column for Ireland's best-selling daily, the Kilkerrin native's contribution, 44 years and counting, was recently reflected in the GAA's MacNamee Awards which recognises excellence in the fields of communication and media.
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