GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has given an insight into the importance of downtime for inter-county players.
Mickey Donnelly expresses his concerns about Tyrone’s attacking unit.
John Hughes took the opportunity to use Colm Cooper’s retirement as an opportunity to recall the rise and fall of Ronan Clarke.
JOHN Clarke believes Down are well-positioned to overcome fierce rivals Armagh in their Ulster Championship quarter-final at Pairc Esler on June 4 – but adds that the repercussions for the losing camp could be considerable. The former Down star believes home advantage could swing the tie in their favour against an Armagh side still reeling […]
Finnian Moriarty says that fans must understand that the modern game has evolved for a reason.
Kevin Cassidy has noticed changes in the Dublin approach,
IN an extended interview in this week’s Gaelic Life, rising Tyrone star Conor Meyler reflects on his “lonely” road back to fitness. His 2016 was blighted by hamstring problems and he was forced to watch on from the sidelines as Tyrone surged to a first Anglo Celtic title since 2010. At least the physical and […]
THE All-Ireland U21 Championship may pass in the blink of an eye, but for Donegal boss Declan Bonner it’s the culmination of an arduous but rewarding journey for management and player alike. When Bonner first came on board as U16 manager a five-year plan was installed in Donegal aimed at bolstering the senior inter-county team […]
TYRONE’S form has taken a nosedive in the past few weeks but Stephen O’Neill is confident that they can rectify matters for the championship. Hopes were high of qualifying for the league final after a bright early start but a triple whammy of defeats to Donegal, Mayo and Kerry put an end to that particular […]
Finnian Moriarty says that Armagh should have been more like Mike Tyson last weekend.