Can the Dubs take the heat? Can the big personalities upset the Kilkenny/Tipp duopoly? Will the GAA cop on and use technology? These are all questions that need answering in the coming year.
JOE selects its top five hurlers of 2011. Unsurprisingly, All-Ireland champions Kilkenny do rather well even though they only played four games on their way to to the top.
After an occasionally enthralling Championship, we've gone for two Dubs, two Kerrymen and a Donegal man in our top five footballers of the year. But who claimed the number one spot?
Kilkenny may have won Liam McCarthy but they featured in just one of our top five games of the year.
As the year draws to a close, it can be hard to remember just how good some of the hurling was this summer. Here’s JOE’s top five scores of the year in hurling.
JOE caught up with Dublin defender Paul Griffin for a chat about dealing with injury, watching from the sidelines and whether the Dubs can do it all over again next year.
GAA Football Gold transports the viewer back to an era when the All-Ireland Final was a bigger occasion, when Gaelic Football was less complicated, and, eh, when Mayo were better.
GAA Football Gold: All-Ireland Football Highlights 1947-1959 has been painstakingly remastered and digitised by the IFI Irish Film Archive, and you can win yourself a copy here.