THE Club Players Association has met with both the GAA and the GPA as they step up their drive for fixture equality.
STEPHEN Harold has returned to the Armagh panel ahead of their Ulster Championship clash with Down. The Carrickcruppen man had stepped away from the inter county scene after the 2015 season and has been working with the Monaghan hurlers and, more recently, the Mayobridge footballers as their strength and conditioning coach. Harold returned to training […]
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy has demanded that the Club Players Association takes a more hard-line approach in their pursuit of a resolution.
GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has given an insight into the importance of downtime for inter-county players.
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin believes that last weekend’s Ulster Senior Hurling Championship final could be the last one ever played.
Mickey Donnelly expresses his concerns about Tyrone’s attacking unit.
John Hughes took the opportunity to use Colm Cooper’s retirement as an opportunity to recall the rise and fall of Ronan Clarke.
JOHN Clarke believes Down are well-positioned to overcome fierce rivals Armagh in their Ulster Championship quarter-final at Pairc Esler on June 4 – but adds that the repercussions for the losing camp could be considerable. The former Down star believes home advantage could swing the tie in their favour against an Armagh side still reeling […]
Finnian Moriarty says that fans must understand that the modern game has evolved for a reason.
John Martin is taking a pragmatic position on the Ulster Hurling Championship.