Galbally Pearse's GAA Club in Tyrone organised a 'Gaelic football blitz' for children under 12 and then presented the children with a medal depicting an IRA terrorist. Each of the medals carried the face of Martin McCaughey, a member of the Provisional IRA.
1. The Ulster Council of the GAA has a duty to act against the club and, at the very least condemn their action.
2. The matter has been reported in the media but how, for example, will the BBC pursue this matter. Will it become the subject of a Stephen Nolan special? Will the leaders of the GAA be summoned on to his programme? Will the BBC demand answers from the GAA? Will the BBC commission a Spotlight special? Or will it be passed over lightly, in the same way that the BBC and other media passed over the election of McGeough as AOH president in Tyrone.