Financial support for Tyrone GAA shows no sign of wilting despite the state of the economy, with almost £350,000 gifted to Tyrone GAA in 2010.
The cameras of the nation’s media will once again turn on Dunloy next month, as the club has been awarded the prestigious honour of hosting the official launch of the All-Ireland Hurling Championships.
Preparations for the eagerly-awaited All Ireland 40×20 Senior Singles final between world champion Paul Brady and Armagh’s Charly Shanks have been thrown into disarray after Brady sustained a broken finger.
An all-Ulster derby on Saturday afternoon means that Ulster are guaranteed a team in the Division Three final.
The last time these two sides met in the league programme they played out a thrilling high-scoring draw, Down surrendering a six-point half-time lead to share the spoils with the Erne girls who staged a superb second-half comeback.
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They don’t come any bigger than clashes against Cork, and Donegal boss Eamon O’Boyle knows that his side have a hell of a battle on their hands if they are to make it through this weekend’s semi-final meeting.
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.