Everyone thought that Tyrone were exceptional at the weekend.
ANTRIM could yet be handed a Qualifier reprieve after it emerged that Sligo had used seven substitutes in Saturday’s win over the Ulster side
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy is expecting the hostility between Donegal and Tyrone to be evident once again on Sunday.
GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has pleaded for the GAA to resist the temptation to use big stadiums that will struggle to be full.
EXPERIENCED Tyrone defender Aidan McCrory admits that he has no personal recollection of any verbal jousting with Donegal from past meetings, but is aware that it probably goes on. The two counties have developed a fierce rivalry over the course of the last eight seasons, their many encounters brimming with flashpoints and unsavoury incidents. More […]
ARMAGH’S long search for a new centre of excellence has taken a significant step forward
THE unusual thing about Owen Duffy’s championship career with Monaghan is that there have been 14 appearances in all, evenly split between starts and substitute appearances. In the games that he has been in from the beginning, he has contributed 0-6. From the bench he has kicked 1-8. It’s no wonder that he is developing […]
IN normal circumstances, Cavan captain Killian Clarke would have to make an extra special effort to insulate himself from the friendly banter associated with their age-old rivalry with Monaghan, who they face in this Sunday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final. During his school days, Clarke crossed enemy lines more times than you’d care to mention as a […]
MONAGHAN manager Malachy O’Rourke has included Darren Hughes amongst his substitutes for Sunday’s Ulster quarter-final against Cavan.
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy believes that Diarmuid Connolly was not afforded any protection in Dublin’s win against Carlow.