THE Bredagh footballers have had rather more time to prepare for Sunday’s Ulster Intermediate Championship first round clash than their opponents.
Seven Ulster men were asked who would lift the Anglo-Celt, and all but one pipped for Tyrone to overcome Donegal: Chris Kerr (Antrim) Tyrone are the team to beat. I just think that they way that they have been playing, they have brought their game to another level. I can see them winning by two […]
THREE-time All-Ireland winner Philip Jordan insists Tyrone have little chance of challenging for another Sam Maguire until they win an Ulster title.
IT’S as you were as Mickey Harte and Terry Hyland name unchanged line-ups for Sunday’s Ulster Championship semi-final clash between Tyrone and Cavan.
THE challenge for every county minor manager is keeping young players grounded in the face of potential success.
TYRONE’S much acclaimed strength and conditioning coach Peter Donnelly has brought a winning mentality to the players under his guidance.
THERE was Ulster interest aplenty as six sides from the province were entered in this morning’s Round One qualifier draw.
MALACHY O’Rourke has named a familiar looking line-up for Monaghan’s Ulster Championship quarter-final against Down on Sunday. Monaghan’s starting team features no debutants as they begin their championship defence, but there are a number of changes from their last competitive outing, a one-point win against Donegal in April that salvaged their Division One status. Vinny […]
ARMAGH manager Kieran McGeeney has claimed that Cavan possess industrious wing-forwards that are of an equal standard to Dublin, Kerry and Mayo’s.
IF IT doesn’t work out between the sticks, Raymond Galligan can always make his case for a return to a more advanced position in the Cavan line-up. The Lacken man wears the number 14 jersey for his club and can boast of the rare distinction of scoring 10 points in an inter-county match – landing […]