Speaking to Niall McCoy in this week’s Gaelic Life, Crossmaglen joint-manager Kieran Donnelly has ruled Tony Kernan out of Saturday’s clash while confirmed that Oisin O’Neill will play through the pain barrier. “Oisin carried an injury into the county final and maybe it’s a wee bit of fitness thing with him now. He had no […]
In this week’s Gaelic Life, Ronan McSherry speaks to Tyrone strength and conditioning coach and recently converted Coalisland goalkeeper, Peter Donnelly. Throughout the interview Donnelly takes about his journey from answering a goalkeeping crisis call to picking up another Tyrone senior medal in a year he didn’t believe he would be involved. “We were in […]
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 […]
Armagh Senior Football Championship Final 2018 Crossmaglen 0-24 Ballymacnab 1-15 Crossmaglen have returned to the pinnacle of Armagh club football beating league winners, Ballymacnab in a high scoring encounter at the Athletic Grounds. Advertisement Cross had to come from behind after Jack Grugan’s 7th minute goal sent his side towards an early seven point lead. […]
From Odhrán Crumley There were three games up for decision in both the junior and intermediate Ulster Club championship with Fermanagh’s Aghadrumsee and Derry duo Banagher and Limavady advancing. Ulster Intermediate Club Football Championship Preliminary Round Advertisement Banagher (Derry) 2-11 Belnaleck (Fermanagh) 0-9 After waiting 66 years to claim a championship at senior level, […]
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 […]
KEADY manager Paul Doyle is hoping that the footballers can put the coup de grâce on a fantastic year
ARMAGH’S attacking options have received a serious boost with the news that Jamie Clarke is set to rejoin Kieran McGeeney’s squad.
The Ulster council has changed a rule implemented on Ulster Club champions which some Antrim clubs felt was too punitive.
Steven McDonnell found club management a challenge.