“WE all eat the same spuds” a quote used this week by Leitrim defender Gary Reynolds when summing up his frustration.
I WAS listening to a podcast recently and they were discussing injuries within rugby.
AFTER last week’s game between Derry and Tyrone, it is hard not to reflect on the consequences for both teams and where they go from here.
I’VE often said that results from any given day shouldn’t be taken as a ‘state of the nation’ reflection of the hurling landscape
ARMAGH manager Kieran McGeeney has claimed that Cavan possess industrious wing-forwards that are of an equal standard to Dublin, Kerry and Mayo’s.
CIARAN McKeever and James Morgan have returned from injury to take their place in Armagh’s starting line-up against Cavan on Sunday
TWENTY-NINE clubs, nine counties, five sports, three continents and two universities – the Armagh 2002 squad’s managerial numbers.
IF IT doesn’t work out between the sticks, Raymond Galligan can always make his case for a return to a more advanced position in the Cavan line-up. The Lacken man wears the number 14 jersey for his club and can boast of the rare distinction of scoring 10 points in an inter-county match – landing […]
IT’S impossible to settle. For League games, the knee doesn’t pulse up and down like this.
Steven Poacher thinks that counties are naive in their approach to systems.