In this week’s Gaelic Life, CJ McGourty chats to Odhrán Crumley ahead of St. Galls Ulster Intermediate club final against Keady in Pairc Esler on Sunday. McGourty speaks of how the success of both codes in the dual club has driven the success and fitness of the players. “The more games you get, whether it […]
Another mammoth weekend of Ulster Club action with the Tyrone, Derry, Antrim and Cavan champions all making it through to the last four. But not without drama… St.Peter’s (Armagh) 2-13 Tattyreagh (Tyrone) 3-11 Tattyreagh beaten in last year’s Ulster Junior semi-final have continued their remarkable rise with a hugely entertaining win over St.Peter’s in the […]
Gaelic Life can reveal that the three nominations for the position of Antrim chairman have been named. St.Enda’s businessman Ciaran McCavana, St.Paul’s club man Joe Edwards and outgoing north Antrim chairman Owen Elliot make up the nominations which clubs had until yesterday to make. The men will replace the outgoing team of Collie Donnelly, vice […]
Translink and Ulster GAA have teamed up for the second year to launch the 2018 Coach of the Year awards. All-Ireland winning manager, Joe Kernan was in attendance to help launch the initiative which celebrates the work carried out by volunteer club coaches across the province for the lasting impressions they make on both individuals […]
Antrim Senior Football Championship Final 2018 Cargin 0-5 Creggan 0-4 Cargin have beaten local rivals Creggan in a low scoring Antrim decider to claim the title in Ahoghill. Advertisement After a dour first half of football the team’s were tied, 0-2 apiece before Michael McCann kicked a late winner as Cargin claimed their third county […]
Six county titles will be decided today over the province of Ulster with the Derry, Tyrone, Cavan, Antrim, Donegal and Armagh finals taking place. At Healy Park, Killyclogher and Coalisland will meet in a repeat of the 2016 championship final which the Killyclogher men won after a replay, throw in at Omagh is 4pm. In […]
The Ulster council has changed a rule implemented on Ulster Club champions which some Antrim clubs felt was too punitive.
Ulster clubs who win the provincial hurling champions, only want to be forced to play at a higher level for one year.
Matthew Fitzpatrick says he feels no pressure.
Kevin Madden says that Creggan need to lift their performance this weekend.