PADRAIG McGrogan was almost lost for words after captaining Derry to their second Ulster Minor Championship title in three years on Sunday past. McGrogan played like a man possessed against Cavan as he atoned in style for the agony of last year’s defeat at the same stage to Donegal. The Newbridge man gleefully accepted the […]
KEVIN McKernan has been cleared to play against Monaghan in next Saturday’s Round 4B qualifier after his black card picked up in the Ulster final against Tyrone was rescinded last night. The Burren clubman was black carded in the 41st minute by referee Joe McQuillan following an off-the-ball incident with Sean Cavanagh. That was […]
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy believes that Down made a major mistake in leaving Kevin McKernan as their sweeper against Tyrone.
GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has used today’s edition to hit out at the seemingly ever-increasing sledging that takes place on the pitch.
CONALL McCann had particular reason to celebrate Tyrone’s Ulster Championship final win over Down. The Killyclogher midfielder played a bit-part role with Tyrone last season but started all three of their Ulster Championship matches this year. He speaks of his desire to continue his run with the county in this week’s Gaelic Life. He was […]
GAELIC Life columnist John Martin believes that Clare’s bruised pride could be the key to a shock All-Ireland quarter-final win over Tipperary.
Derry’s Padraig McGrogan needs your vote to win the Electric Ireland player of the week.
GAA PRESIDENT Aogán Ó Fearghaíl has revealed his personal disappointment that Pete McGrath has stepped down as Fermanagh senior boss as a consequence of player unrest. Just last Tuesday Fermanagh GAA announced that McGrath would be staying on for a fifth season in charge, but it is understood that a players’ meeting on Thursday evening […]
Tyrone may have won 15 Ulster titles in their history, but they celebrated yesterday’s like it was the first.
DOWN will meet Monaghan in Round 4B of the All-Ireland Qualifiers following this morning’s draw. The other match will see Armagh facing Kildare as Kieran McGeeney meets his old team. Both games are set to be played at neutral venues. The matches are due to be played on Saturday, July 29 with the CCCC set […]