TWENTY-EIGHT times Kevin O’Boyle has pulled on the Saffron jersey and represented his county in championship battle. Twenty-eight times he has felt the butterflies starting to cause mischief in his stomach, 28 times he has felt the tension grow as the throw-in to a big Antrim game approached. Sure, it would be easy to discount […]
KARL McKaigue believes that Derry have addressed the problems that led to their relegation to Division Four earlier this year. The Oak Leafer’s demotion to the basement division, a third relegation in as many years, represents the worst possible preparation for the Ulster Championship. But in an interview with this week’s Gaelic Life, the Slaughtneil […]
Fionnuala Carr said the April break did not show the GAA in its best light.
Gerard O’Kane has backed Monaghan to leave Healy Park with a famous victory in Sunday’s heavyweight Ulster clash.
Down have lost Darragh O’Hanlon to injury.
John Martin took umbrage at some of the comments on last weekend’s Sunday game.
Cahal Carvill explains that more drug testing will be coming into the GAA.
DONEGAL’S goalkeeper Shaun Patton says that it would be a dream come true for him to walk out with the Tir Chonaill team on Sunday in Ballybofey. It has been well documented from the start of the season that Patton was lured away from a soccer career by Donegal boss Declan Bonner. The goalkeeper had […]
PLAYING for Cavan is a labour of love for industrious wing-forward Martin Reilly. He made his debut in an All-Ireland SFC Qualifier against Mayo in 2006 but hasn’t a solitary trophy to show for his efforts. That’s why Cavan’s Division Two final defeat to Roscommon was particularly deflating for their elder statesmen – the likes […]
ARMAGH assistant manager Jim McCorry has given a strong counter argument to claims that they disrespected April’s club only policy by travelling to Portugal for a training camp last week. It is understood that the GAA are set to investigate the Orchard county, and a number of other counties, for the breach of a rule […]