A STATEMENT has been released on behalf of Moy indicating that they will appeal the findings of Tyrone’s decision to clear an Edendork player over an incident in which Sean Cavanagh sustained severe facial injuries in their recent championship match. Disciplinary chiefs in the county have found that the incident was accidental but the Moy […]
By Tommy Nethery EGLISH boss Paul Coney was keeping his cards close to his chest when asked what part, if any, Conor McKenna might play in his team’s Intermediate championship tilt which begins against Kildress on Saturday. McKenna is currently back home enjoying some “down time” after a tough season playing for Essendon in the […]
Colm Cavanagh is preparing for this weekend’s All-Ireland semi-final against An Ghaeltacht.
PROMOTION back to the senior ranks already this season has not dimmed the desire of Derrylaughan to achieve the aim of Intermediate championship success which has been driving them throughout 2017. A few weeks ago the Kevin Barry’s clinched their place in Division One for next year. But the target of winning the Paddy Cullen […]
Armagh players have said they were unahppy that there were Tyrone Championship games played in the Athletic Grounds.
The Tyrone county board have been criticised for not moving their club championship games on Sunday.
Dromore manager Ciaran Meenagh has prepared his team for a battle this weekend.
FROM the first minute to the last, the 2008 All-Ireland Junior final was a house of pain for Rock midfielder Enda McWilliams. Having spent much of the season on the bench as a fresh-faced 17-year-old, McWilliams found out that he hadn’t made the squad for the Croke Park trip. His misery was further compounded when […]
By Barry O’Donnell and Ronan Scott POMEROY’S Ciaran McKenna is dreaming of a return to an All-Ireland final. The defender is one of just three players on the current team who were part of the panel that experienced heartbreak of 12 years ago, in the 2005 All-Ireland campaign when Pomeroy lost out to Cork’s Carberry […]
In December 2015, Tiernan McVey was named on the Gaelic Life Team of the week for his performance between the posts for Moortown at the St Paul’s Ulster Club Minor Tournament. It is a moment that he cherishes, as it represented a major achievement for someone who had managed to battle with and conquer a […]