DONEGAL manager Rory Gallagher has confirmed that Neil Gallagher has retired from inter-county football, Donegal GAA have announced.
In this week’s column, John Hughes argues that the evidence against the black card seems to mount up with every passing week. Hughes claims that the sanction is unfit for purpose and hits out Jerome Henry’s decision to flash a black card Eoin Donnelly’s direction in Fermanagh’s league defeat to Galway on Sunday. Fermanagh opened […]
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy believes that Tyrone are genuine contenders for the All-Ireland title this year.
FINNIAN Moriarty has paid tribute to his former teammate Tony Kernan after his retirement from the inter-county game was confirmed recently.
GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty believes that a strict punishment has to be introduced into the GAA rulebook
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy believes that Donegal are starting to see the negative impact of Jim McGuinness’s time in charge.
IT’S no exaggeration to say that Peter Canavan has high expectations for Tyrone this year. The Red Hands meet back-to-back All-Ireland champions Dublin in Saturday evening at Croke Park, and Canavan says they will be “bitterly disappointed” if it’s their one and only meeting this season. Canavan captained Tyrone to their first ever Division One […]
DREW Wylie believes poise in the face of pressure could make the difference in the latest installment of the Monaghan-Cavan rivalry. The near neighbours meet in Sunday’s Division One clash at Castleblaney and it’s safe to say the two sides have previous. Five red cards were dished out in a Division Three clash four years […]
Despite the defeat, the Cavan v Dublin clash was a great success for spectators.
John Hughes says the GAA should learn from the success of the NFL.