There are four quarter-finals taking place this weekend.
Read team news and previews of the opening games in the Oak Leaf county.
But new structures in Derry have hampered Sean Dolan’s progress.
New manager accepted advice from his players about how they wanted to train away from the pitch.
Swatragh continued their rich vein of league form in Derry with a one point win away at Slaughtneil. The ‘Swa’ notched up a tally of 3-12 which was enough to squeeze past the former Ulster kingpins. Elsewhere, Lavey beat current County Champions, Coleraine while Glen hammered Bellaghy and Dungiven beat neighbours, Banagher in a bottom […]
Ahead of this weekend’s Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup semi-final against UCD in Mallow, St.Mary’s attacker, Shane McGuigan sat down with Dónal O’Neill to discuss his personal ambitions and the atmosphere around the ‘Ranch’. Q. What has the atmosphere around the Ranch been like this week in preparing for the game? It’s actually been quite relaxed. […]
“We were getting beaten by nine points by 15 minutes and we were half thinking should we have bothered putting a team out. But the players turned things around and we ended up winning by ten points.” This is how Paul Quinn, joint manager of Magherafelt u’21’s describes the beginning of the journey for the […]
St.Paul’s Ulster Minor Football Tournament 2018 Final Bellaghy 6-11 Crossmaglen 0-8 From Odhrán Crumley at St.Paul’s Advertisement Bellaghy have claimed the Ulster Minor Football Tournament at St.Paul’s with a simply devastating, destruction of Crossmaglen. The midfield pairing of Kealan Friel and Conleth McShane proved unstoppable the former claiming the man of the match accolade while […]
Derry champions, Bellaghy and Armagh champions, Crossmaglen will do battle in the final of the St.Paul’s Ulster Club Minor Football Championship. If the senior championship clashes between the sides of yesteryear are anything to go by, those in attendance at the Belfast venue are in for a treat. Bellaghy qualified for the final by overcoming […]
For the first time in maybe five or six years, Derry will have their full quota for pre-season and the commencement of the National League. Although, Oakleaf and Slaughtneil star, Brendan Rogers would have no complaints if his club were still going strong in the All-Ireland series, their availability can only be of help to […]