In this week’s column, John Hughes argues that the evidence against the black card seems to mount up with every passing week. Hughes claims that the sanction is unfit for purpose and hits out Jerome Henry’s decision to flash a black card Eoin Donnelly’s direction in Fermanagh’s league defeat to Galway on Sunday. Fermanagh opened […]
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy believes that Tyrone are genuine contenders for the All-Ireland title this year.
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin has said that Celtic Challenge could be one of the greatest legacies of the Hurling Development Committee.
IT’S a matter of “getting the wheels back on the wagon” for Tyrone’s reformed senior camogie team, according to new manager Kieran Leadon. The Red Hands have reformed for 2017 after three years absence from the National Camogie League, and they begin their Division Three campaign away to Kerry on Sunday. While a range of […]
FINNIAN Moriarty has paid tribute to his former teammate Tony Kernan after his retirement from the inter-county game was confirmed recently.
GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty believes that a strict punishment has to be introduced into the GAA rulebook
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy believes that Donegal are starting to see the negative impact of Jim McGuinness’s time in charge.
ARMAGH manager Sylvester McConnell has hit out at Kildare’s decision to introduce five non-native players into their squad ahead of their Division 2A campaign. Lilywhites manager Joe Quaid has used the GAA’s residency rules to bring in, amongst others, former Kilkenny All-Ireland winner John Mulhall and former Limerick players David Reidy and Mark Reidy. Tipperary […]
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin has hit out at the GAA residency rule as he believes it is weighted against Ulster sides.
Antrim begin their bid for promotion back to Division 1B this weekend.