McConnell: Kildare have “taken the biscuit”


ARMAGH manager Sylvester McConnell has hit out at Kildare’s decision to introduce five non-native players into their squad ahead of their Division 2A campaign. Lilywhites manager Joe Quaid has used the GAA’s residency rules to bring in, amongst others, former Kilkenny All-Ireland winner John Mulhall and former Limerick players David Reidy and Mark Reidy.  Tipperary […]


John Martin: Ulster’s positive proposal


THE Ulster Senior Hurling Championship will see a revamp next year when all but one of the nine counties will be competing. It’s a positive move, and gives more meaningful games to more hurlers – who deserve their inter-county season to go beyond the end of June.