Anton Tohill the teenage son of Derry All Ireland Winner, Anthony Tohill has signed a two-year professional contract with AFL side Collingwood. The Swatragh clubman has attended numerous trials and was one of four Irish players that attended the AFL Draft Combine in Melbourne in recent times. Towering at 6’6″, Tohill follows in the footsteps […]
SLAUGHTNEIL are on the look out for a new manager following Terence McWilliams’s departure.
The Derry club have accepted Mickey Moran’s decision to step down.
The Ulster council has changed a rule implemented on Ulster Club champions which some Antrim clubs felt was too punitive.
Slaughtneil were lavished with praise by fans on Social media.
John Joe Kearney has praised the fighting attitude of the Slaughtneil team.
Ulster clubs who win the provincial hurling champions, only want to be forced to play at a higher level for one year.
Slughtneil enjoyed double success at the weekend.
Slaughtneil’s comfortable win over Glen suggests that they could go far this year.
Club player Aidan Keenan told Gaelic Life what he thinks must be done with fixtures.