John Joe Kearney has praised the fighting attitude of the Slaughtneil team.
Ulster clubs who win the provincial hurling champions, only want to be forced to play at a higher level for one year.
Slughtneil enjoyed double success at the weekend.
Slaughtneil’s comfortable win over Glen suggests that they could go far this year.
Club player Aidan Keenan told Gaelic Life what he thinks must be done with fixtures.
SLAUGHTNEIL hurler Mark McGuigan has spoken of his disappointment that they didn’t make it all the way to All-Ireland final day, unlike their footballing and camogie counterparts. The Liverpool-based player regrets the nature of their one-sided All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Cuala. In the coming weeks, the Slaughtneil players will pick up their hurls and ready […]
Slaughtneil’s win on Saturday delighted Gaels across Ireland, as they saw it as a triumph for the little club.
Ballinderry have announced their new management team.
Slaughtneil received praise from throughout Ireland for their treble victory.
The St Patrick’s men trailed 0-5 to 0-4 after a disappointing first half, but they improved considerably after the interval with Conor McCreesh and Ai