Armagh propose Jarlath Burns as GAA President


ARMAGH have endorsed Jarlath Burn’s Presidential bid by proposing him for Uachtarán CLG. “Coiste Contae Ard Mhacha is honoured to propose our former senior football team captain Jarlath Burns for the position of Uachtarán CLG at Congress in 2020,” said Armagh GAA. “Jarlath has had a successful playing career at college and inter-county levels, most […]


Fixture details for Armagh, Derry and Donegal hurlers confirmed


For Armagh and Derry it’s a chance for promotion and silverware while Donegal will need victory to retain their Division 2B status. Derry will be hoping to return last week’s reverse at the hands of Wicklow in Inniskeen while Armagh take on Roscommon in Navan in the 3A decider. Donegal will hope to retain their […]


D-Day in the Allianz Hurling League – Ulster hurling round-up


It was D-Day for the Ulster counties in the Allianz Hurling League’s and there was elation and disappointment. Antrim condemned London to relegation from Division 2B with a two point win over the exiles in Cushendall on a scoreline of 1-16 to 0-17. In Division 2B, Derry have made the league final despite losing to […]


Mixed bag for Ulster contingent in Allianz National Hurling League action


Despite playing a fair portion of the game with thirteen men Antrim cruised to a twenty point win in Mayo. Nigel Elliot grabbed two first half majors while Ciaran Clarke, Ryan McCambridge and James McNaughton completed the rout by rattling the back of the net. In Division 2B, Derry remain on course for promotion by […]


Ulster Schools’ Hurling All-Stars for 2018-19 Named


The 2018-19 Danske Bank Ulster School’s All-Stars have been named after two trial games. Each player was initially nominated to attend the trails by their own school before taking part in the games. 9 of the 15 players come from Antrim clubs, with three from Derry club, two from the Mageean Cup winning An Dún […]


McConnell: Kildare have “taken the biscuit”


ARMAGH manager Sylvester McConnell has hit out at Kildare’s decision to introduce five non-native players into their squad ahead of their Division 2A campaign. Lilywhites manager Joe Quaid has used the GAA’s residency rules to bring in, amongst others, former Kilkenny All-Ireland winner John Mulhall and former Limerick players David Reidy and Mark Reidy.  Tipperary […]