Donegal captain in race against time


Donegal captain Michael Murphy admits that he faces a race against time to be ready to lead his team out at Croke Park on Sunday for the National League final.
The Glenswilly man sustained a dead leg while playing for his club side last weekend, and although he reveals that he feared the worst at the time and the injury was not as serious as it could have been, the clock is very much against him with the showdown against Laois just three days away.


Soccer clash to force Athletic Grounds switch?


Ulster GAA chiefs are heading for an unexpected championship fixture clash which could have a major impact on attendances at next month’s quarter-final meeting between Armagh and Down.
The Champions League final, the showpiece event in world club football, takes place at Wembley on Saturday May 28th with a 7.00pm kick-off.


Cavan boss Hyland embracing final fever


It’s been a whirlwind few weeks for the Cavan u21 footballers. No sooner had they saw off Tyrone in last Wednesday night’s Ulster final before they found themselves thrust into Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final showdown with Wexford. Now, a Croke Park All-Ireland final awaits in just nine days time, and the Breffni boys finally have time to stop for breath.


Bloodbath for county stars


It proved to be a worrying weekend for Ulster’s inter-county managers with a spate of injuries to key county players threatening to railroad their championship hopes.


Cavan win u-21 title


Cavan held off Tyrone’s late charge on Wednesday night to win their first Ulster U21 championship final since 1996.


McKeever fearful


Despite his knee injury not being as bad as was first feared, Armagh defender Ciaran McKeever admits that he faces a race against time to be fully ready for their championship clash with Down.