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 […]
DOWN will no longer have the surprise factor to carry into Sunday’s Ulster final but remain a dangerous threat to Tyrone according to Mickey Harte. The Mourne County have wound back the clock in recent weeks to their illustrious past, making light of their underdogs tag to shock both Armagh and Monaghan in the Championship. […]
IN an era of heavy gym work, Niall Sludden believes that skill-work remains the most necessary component for success in modern day gaelic football. The 25-year-old Dromore man was widely praised for an astonishing attacking performance against the mighty Dubs back in the spring. On that occasion, he slalomed through the heart of the Dublin […]
WHETHER or not it’s the team that actually starts, Tyrone boss Mickey Harte has named an unchanged line-up for Sunday’s Ulster final against Down. Captain Sean Cavanagh is set to make his 87th championship appearance, while Ardboe youngster David Mulgrew is on course to make his second championship start with the Red Hands after an excellent […]
ARMAGH defender Aaron McKay has lost his race against time to be fit for tomorrow’s Round 3B Qualifier against Tipperary.
Kevin Cassidy believes that Down could have a big say in the All-Ireland series, even if they fall to Tyrone in Sunday’s Ulster final.
THERE’S an awe and mystique about St Colman’s, Newry that few schools in Ulster have the ability to replicate.