From Odhrán Crumley Then there was four…Tyrone, Derry, Donegal and Armagh are all that remain in this year’s Dr McKenna Cup after a dramatic final round of games. Section A Donegal 1-20 Cavan 1-12 Advertisement Donegal secured the top spot in Section A with an eight point win over Cavan in MacCumhaill Park, the nature […]
It’s all to play for heading into Round Three of the Dr McKenna Cup with the four semi final spots still up for decision across the province. Tyrone, Cavan, Donegal, Derry, Armagh and Monaghan still fight for a spot in the last four while the three university sides alongside, Fermanagh, Down and Antrim have crashed […]
Tyrone have booked their place in the last four of the Dr McKenna Cup with a 2-14 to 1-9 win over Ulster University. Goals from Declan McClure and Peter Harte secured victory for the Red Hands as Tyrone native, Daire Gallagher grabbed the goal for the students. Lee Brennan knocked over four points for the […]
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 […]
MICKEY Graham has been confirmed as the new manager of Cavan
PLAYING for Cavan is a labour of love for industrious wing-forward Martin Reilly. He made his debut in an All-Ireland SFC Qualifier against Mayo in 2006 but hasn’t a solitary trophy to show for his efforts. That’s why Cavan’s Division Two final defeat to Roscommon was particularly deflating for their elder statesmen – the likes […]
Stephen King still thinks of the 1997 semi-final.
John Brady explains the attitude in the Cavan camp ahead of a massive weekend for the county.
IN normal circumstances, Cavan captain Killian Clarke would have to make an extra special effort to insulate himself from the friendly banter associated with their age-old rivalry with Monaghan, who they face in this Sunday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final. During his school days, Clarke crossed enemy lines more times than you’d care to mention as a […]
CAVAN senior boss Mattie McGleenan isn’t feeling the heat ahead Sunday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final clash against their great rivals Monaghan. McGleenan has been steeled for intercounty management by his stint at Monaghan club Scotstown, whom he guided to senior championship success in 2013, 2015 and 2016. Perhaps he’ll have time to exchange a few pleasantries […]