HUGH McFadden says they are determined to ‘put in a performance for the people of Donegal’ in Saturday evening’s Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup final against Tyrone. The Tyrone jersey should be like a red rag to a bull after last year’s Ulster Championship semi-final humbling, regardless of whether or not Declan Bonner […]
A massive injury blow for Tyrone
FORMER Monaghan star Paul Finlay believes that the Oriel county could be in line for a profitable season – as long as they throw off the shackles. Speaking ahead of Sunday’s home match against Kerry, the Ballybay man said that Malachy O’Rourke’s side must adapt in order to close the gap on the likes of […]
CONNOR McAliskey recognises that Tyrone simply must produce the goods against Kildare this Sunday if they’re to avoid being sucked into a fight for survival. The mood is one of pensiveness after back-to-back league defeats to Galway and Dublin, even if they produced a markedly improved performance against the All-Ireland Champions at a dank Healy […]
CONNAIRE Harrison knows that there will be extra focus on him this term following last year’s exploits with Down. He was in a hot streak of form then, but he knows that he must prove that he can continue in a similar vein over an extended period of time. The first sign of that came […]
CHARLIE Redmond has admonished Tyrone for their safety-first approach ahead of the visit of All-Ireland Champions Dublin to Healy Park on Saturday evening. The Red Hands endured a disappointing start to the league wth a low-scoring 1-9 to 0-8 defeat to Galway at the weekend – a result which has unnerved some supporters expecting a […]
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy has said that the gap between Dublin and the rest may be stretching even further.
GAELIC Life columnist Martin O’Brien has questioned the role of the umpire in making disicplinary decisions during GAA games.
FAST starts have been a ever-present from Malachy O’Rourke’s side since they moved to Division One for the 2015 season, and they have helped pave the way to two top-four finishes in that time. Sunday’s opponents Mayo, meanwhile, are notoriously slow out of the blocks and have lost four of their last five league openers. […]
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy has said that Donegal fans must show a degree of patience as the Tir Chonaill men get set to start their Division