Fionnuala Carr says plenty of Ulster teams could deliver glory this year
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy fully expects Donegal to end Fermanagh’s quest for a first Ulster title on Sunday.
Cahal Carvil has said that the GAA has a long way to go before sectarianism is eliminated from the game.
ARMAGH are currently set to be without nine players for Sunday’s Ulster U-20 final against Derry.
John Martin says the Antrim players aren’t motivated enough.
THE ULSTER CCC has thrown the book at the Armagh U20s following their tempestuous Ulster Championship semi-final win over Tyrone last Friday night. Gaelic Life can reveal that 10 Armagh players, including six starters against Tyrone, have been suspended for their part in an unseemly melee deep into extra-time, and will miss out on next […]
TYRONE’S Niall Sludden says the fan reaction didn’t go unnoticed after their dramatic qualifier win over Meath last Saturday. Sludden and his teammates mingled freely with their loyal supporters after an unforgettable encounter at Navan , and he hopes he can give them something more to cheer about in next Saturday’s round two clash against […]
DERRY manager Damian McErlain needs to redouble his efforts to get the best players playing for the county next season. That’s the opinion of former county forward Joe Cassidy. He said that the loss of the Slaughtneil players was a factor in Derry’s disappointing campaign. Slaughtneil’s run to the All-Ireland stages of the club championship […]
Last week’s column predicted a chest-beating charm offensive on behalf of the Offaly hurlers.
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy has praised the manner in which Fermanagh manager Rory Gallagher dealt with the Seamus Quigley issue.