IT WAS surprising enough that Derry beat Kerry in the league final, but that surprise was compounded by the manner of the Oak Leaf victory.
LAST year’s Ulster Senior Football final was one of those matches that benefited no gamblers. Donegal were so short in the odds that a bet on a wooden pallet to survive the 12th would have been more likely to yield a profit.
It’s the big one this week, the Ulster final. Team GL cast an eye over the senior and minor showpieces and give their verdicts.
It’s not often that soccer dominates the Wednesday editorial meeting in the Gaelic Life office here in Omagh. Wednesday is deadline day, and usually the meeting on that particular day of the week consists of John Hughes screaming at the rest of us to hurry up with our copy. We like John, in a way.
Name: Gary McFadden Age: 26 Occupation: Student Teams played for: Glenswilly If you were throwing a party and you could invite anyone in the world, dead or alive, who would you ask around? Georgy Best AKA Manus Mandy, he loves the parties. Mohammed Ali and Michelle Keegan just in case you got bored Where do […]
RESIDENTS groups. Organised nimbyism. That’s the equation I automatically make in my own mind, but it’s a bit more nuanced than that.