Cavan held off Tyrone’s late charge on Wednesday night to win their first Ulster U21 championship final since 1996.
If Paul McCloskey beats Amir Khan in Saturday night’s World Light Welter Weight title fight, the celebrations in Dungiven will rival the party in 1993 after Derry won the All-Ireland title. That’s the opinion of Seamus Mullan, the secretary of the St Canice’s club in Dungiven.
Former back-to-back Hogan Cup-winning footballer Eamonn Burns, has advised the current group of St Colman’s College Champions of the need to be wary of burn out.
LIFELONG friend of Paul McCloskey, and former Derry forward, Paul Murphy says that the longer his friend’s fight with Amir Khan goes on, the greater his chance of winning.
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.
Donegal midfielder Neil Gallagher has insisted that Jim McGuinness’ side must learn from mistakes made in 2007.
A Monaghan u-21 footballer has confirmed that the scoreboard error during Wednesday night’s Championship semi-final against Tyrone may have affected the outcome.
Wednesday night sees the under 21 quarter finals taking place. All games throw in at 8pm, with extra time being played, if necessary. Fermanagh v Cavan at Brewster Park Donegal v Antrim at MacCumhaill Pairc Down v Tyrone at Pairc Esler Monaghan v Derry at Inniskeen
Mickey Harte has named his side for what will be a make or break game at the foot of division two.
Monaghan have announced their team to take on division one table-toppers, Dublin, this weekend.