IN an eye-opening interview in this week’s Gaelic Life, Brian ‘Bam’ Neeson reveals why he became another casuality to the pressurised intercounty game. Neeson juggled soccer and gaelic commitments in 2016 when playing with Carrick Rangers, but at the moment he is fully focused on his career at Cliftonville, although he still lines out for […]
PROMISING Monaghan forward Barry McGinn is hoping to be passed fit for his county’s Division One opener against Mayo on January 28. The Doohamlet man has been recovering from a cruciate injury picked up last February and although he did play a few minutes in his club’s final league game back in October, he’s targeting […]
Kevin Cassidy has said that the fixture issue in the GAA is just on a vicious merry-go-round that will never come to a standstill.
Ciaran McKeever believes that Ulster GAA must take steps to reduce the workload of the Dr McKenna Cup.
DERMOT Carlin‘s appointment as the new Tyrone U20 trainer is the realisation of a long-held ambition. The two-time All-Ireland winner learned his trade with Killyclogher underage teams, and is itching for action in the inagural year of the All-Ireland U20 Championship. Carlin has had to get used to life on the sidelines over the past […]
Three games were postponed yesterday.
RYAN McAnespie believes that the new ‘super eight’ format could make all the difference in Monaghan’s quest to reach the All-Ireland semi-final for the first time under Malachy O’Rourke. Last year’s one-sided defeat to Dublin was the fourth time since the turn of the decade that the Farney County ailed to fire in an All-Ireland […]
WHEN Emmett Bradley decided not to play county football last year, he knew it was a case of putting his career on hold, rather than ending it completely. At the age of 23, he knew he had plenty to give to Derry, but he had wanted to give some time back to his club. Towards […]
GAELIC Life columnist Martin O’Brien has painted a bleak picture of the task facing new recruits
More players have been added to the Tyrone Panel.