PLAYING for Cavan is a labour of love for industrious wing-forward Martin Reilly. He made his debut in an All-Ireland SFC Qualifier against Mayo in 2006 but hasn’t a solitary trophy to show for his efforts. That’s why Cavan’s Division Two final defeat to Roscommon was particularly deflating for their elder statesmen – the likes […]
Stephen King still thinks of the 1997 semi-final.
CROSSERLOUGH star Dara McVeety is relishing the prospect of playing a high-flying Cavan Gaels in this Saturday’s senior championship quarter-final. They go in as rank outsiders against a Cavan Gaels side that are unbeaten all season. Crosserlough are 50/1 to win their first championship since 1972 while Cavan Gaels are outright favourites at 6/5 to […]
John Brady explains the attitude in the Cavan camp ahead of a massive weekend for the county.
IN normal circumstances, Cavan captain Killian Clarke would have to make an extra special effort to insulate himself from the friendly banter associated with their age-old rivalry with Monaghan, who they face in this Sunday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final. During his school days, Clarke crossed enemy lines more times than you’d care to mention as a […]
CAVAN senior boss Mattie McGleenan isn’t feeling the heat ahead Sunday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final clash against their great rivals Monaghan. McGleenan has been steeled for intercounty management by his stint at Monaghan club Scotstown, whom he guided to senior championship success in 2013, 2015 and 2016. Perhaps he’ll have time to exchange a few pleasantries […]
CONOR Moynagh is hopeful that Cavan have turned a corner after their unexpected yet wholly deserved victory over Mayo on Sunday. Their survival campaign has earned a major shot in the arm as a result and one win from their final two games – against Kerry and Roscommon – could well be enough to salvage […]
Dara McVeety spoke to Gaelic Life ahead of this weekend’s clash with Donegal.
DREW Wylie believes poise in the face of pressure could make the difference in the latest installment of the Monaghan-Cavan rivalry. The near neighbours meet in Sunday’s Division One clash at Castleblaney and it’s safe to say the two sides have previous. Five red cards were dished out in a Division Three clash four years […]
Despite the defeat, the Cavan v Dublin clash was a great success for spectators.