ARMAGH’S proposed new training facility will be located in Portadown.
ARMAGH’S long search for a new centre of excellence has taken a significant step forward
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 […]
This is the famous extract from Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If”, a copy of the poem was presented to the great Tony O’Reilly by his father.
The second Conor McGurk Ulster Hurling tournament throws in on Saturday.
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.
FOR the past eight weeks or so I have watched in awe as the All Blacks destroyed all challengers to lift the Webb Ellis trophy to complete back-to-back Rugby World Cups.
Armagh hurler Artie McGuinness gives us the low down on the Orchard County hurling panel.
SO the speculation is about to cease, the questions are soon to be answered, and the ponderings put to bed – just how will the retirements affect Kilkenny’s championship challenge this season? Is it the much prophesied end of an era, or simply a gentle turn in the road towards another decade of domination?
ARMAGH manager Sylvester McConnell has announced his starting 15 as the county goes in search of their third Nicky Rackard Cup at Croke Park tomorrow.