Cahal Carvill believes that the GAA must impose stricter financial penalties for counties and clubs who appeal “just for the sake of it”.
By Niall Gartland A NUMBER of candidates are already emerging as contenders for the vacant Down senior manager position following the resignation of Eamonn Burns earlier this week. The Bryansford man served his notice after Down’s Round Two qualifier defeat to Cavan less than a fortnight ago, a match which they lost despite having played […]
EAMONN Burns has stepped aside as Down manager after three years in charge.
DONEGAL have confirmed that they will challenge the decision to host their ‘Super 8’ game with Dublin at Croke Park.
Kevin Cassidy believes that Donegal can still come through their ‘Super 8’ group despite the loss of Paddy McBrearty.
GAELIC Life columnist Gerard O’Kane has said that while Kildare have won the battle, the GAA will win the war.
FIRST half goals from Eoghan Ban Gallagher and Ryan McHugh earned Donegal another Ulster title
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy fully expects Donegal to end Fermanagh’s quest for a first Ulster title on Sunday.
Cahal Carvil has said that the GAA has a long way to go before sectarianism is eliminated from the game.
ARMAGH are currently set to be without nine players for Sunday’s Ulster U-20 final against Derry.