THE controversial new rule changes set to be trialled in Gaelic football in 2019 will come under review at the end of the pre-season competitions.
The draw for the 2019 Ulster Senior Football Championship has been made tonight live on RTÉ. Old rivals, Tyrone and Derry will meet for the third time in four years after being drawn in this year’s preliminary round with the winners facing Antrim in the quarter-final. There will be a repeat of the 2018 Ulster […]
Cahal Carvill has said violence at GAA matches is getting out of control.
KEADY manager Paul Doyle is hoping that the footballers can put the coup de grâce on a fantastic year
A STATEMENT has been released on behalf of Moy indicating that they will appeal the findings of Tyrone’s decision to clear an Edendork player over an incident in which Sean Cavanagh sustained severe facial injuries in their recent championship match. Disciplinary chiefs in the county have found that the incident was accidental but the Moy […]
DOWN stalwart Aidan Carr has announced his retirement from intercounty football. The 32-year-old Clonduff man represented the Mourne County for more than a decade, making his debut in 2006 in the wake of winning an Ulster U21 title. A hamstring injury curtailed his progress in his last season in Down colours and his decision comes […]
ULSTER football manager Pete McGrath fears that the death knell has been sounded for the inter-provincial competitions following Connacht’s decision to pull out of both tournaments. Ulster GAA will now discuss the matter with the nine counties at their next CCC meeting on Tuesday week, and McGrath believes that this may prove to be the […]
UP to 30 Ulster GAA coaching jobs are in jeopardy as a direct consequence of the impasse at Stormont and the failure to set a Budget. The coaches affected, who are all on rolling one-year contracts, have been told they have been placed under ‘protective notice’ for a 90-day period. Protective notice, as distinct from […]
CROSSMAGLEN veteran Paul Hearty has given his backing to the CPA but warns that “so-called traditionalists” are a potential stumbling block
PETE McGrath has spoken of his massive respect for Ulster GAA Chief Executive & Provincial Secretary Danny Murphy who died yesterday at the age of 67