GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has paid tribute to the impact that schools’ football and hurling has on the inter-county game.
AIDAN O’Rourke has taken charge of Queen’s Sigerson team for the second time.
THERE’S an awe and mystique about St Colman’s, Newry that few schools in Ulster have the ability to replicate.
‘THE Passing of the Flame’ seems like an incredibly appropriate name for the St Mary’s University reunion event.
COOL heads are a necessity if St Ciaran’s are to prevail in Saturday’s Paddy Drummond Cup final against Ballinrobe Community School (Mayo), according to their captain Conor Quinn. While the Ballygawley-based school are accustomed to success, particularly at Vocationals level, they have never won an All-Ireland title at Croke Park. The hype is gathering pace […]
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy has used the success of St Mary’s at last weekend’s Sigerson Cup to reflect on his own career in the competition.
ONE thousand views, 10,000 views, 100,000 views – and it didn’t end there. Jerome Quinn’s memorable footage of Paddy Tally collapsing to his knees in joy will linger long in the memory of the many, many people who have watched it. The emotional reaction of St Mary’s boss was captured in the immediate aftermath of […]
SIGERSON CUP winner Cathal McShane has links to the competition that few can lay claim to.
ST Mary’s have stormed into their first Sigerson Cup final since 1993 with a whirlwind 2-7 to 2-6 victory over University College Cork in the first of this afternoon’s semi-finals. The Belfast college endured a nightmare start as UCC bagged two early goals in the space of 30 seconds from Ian Maguire and Cathal Bambury. […]
ST Mary’s, with only that famous 1989 win to their name, are taking on 21-time winners University College Cork tomorrow for the right to participate in Saturday’s Sigerson Cup final against either University of Limerick or holders UCD. Whle St Mary’s have always counted on using the close-knit feel of their squad to give them […]