ARMAGH defender James Morgan has said that it’s time for the players to step up to the plate and ease the pressure on manager KieranMcGeeney. The side’s Ulster loss to Down earlier this month has left McGeeney’s championship record as Armagh manager standing at played seven, lost six, won one. A second win against Fermanagh […]
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy has said that the young Tir Chonaill charges are not yet fully ready for the championship arena.
GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty believes that the ease of Tyrone’s victory over Donegal at the weekend may prove detrimental in the long run.
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin has suggested that a soft centre is possibly the reason why Waterford can’t move to the next level.
Everyone thought that Tyrone were exceptional at the weekend.
ANTRIM could yet be handed a Qualifier reprieve after it emerged that Sligo had used seven substitutes in Saturday’s win over the Ulster side
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy is expecting the hostility between Donegal and Tyrone to be evident once again on Sunday.
GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has pleaded for the GAA to resist the temptation to use big stadiums that will struggle to be full.
EXPERIENCED Tyrone defender Aidan McCrory admits that he has no personal recollection of any verbal jousting with Donegal from past meetings, but is aware that it probably goes on. The two counties have developed a fierce rivalry over the course of the last eight seasons, their many encounters brimming with flashpoints and unsavoury incidents. More […]
ARMAGH’S long search for a new centre of excellence has taken a significant step forward