ANTRIM hurling manager PJ O’Mullan has made two changes as the Saffrons aim for a third consecutive League win in Mullingar.
The Derry half back line has been tweaked for this weekend’s trip to Westmeath.
SIXTY minutes of hurling. That’s all that lies between Cushendall’s dream of bringing the Tommy Moore Cup to Antrim.
There are big changes to the Derry hurling panel this year.
PJ O’Mullan is keeping the faith with his defence for Sunday’s NHL opener against Derry.
In order for a manage to create a cohesive unit, he or she must manage by example.
AT half time on Sunday in Celtic Park, the tea-room was filled with familiar faces. I love that familiarity of the GAA. We are, as I once said to Peter Robinson, bigger than the Masons, without the funny handshake.
A program to offer free health checks for referees is to continue.
IT may have been hailed as a victory for common sense by the Kerry county board (what else would they say?) but is the dispensation granted to the Kingdom hurlers to continue using ‘outside’ players fair, and is it in the long-term interests of Kerry hurling?
IS it just me, or is it more than a little ironic that a county manager who chose to field an u-21 side in a senior inter-county preseason competition then complained about the number of games that 19 and 20-year-olds have to play at this time of year?