Michael O’Kane to manage Dungiven in 2019


From Odhrán Crumley  Dungiven have appointed Michael O’Kane as their senior football manager for the 2019 season. O’Kane comes to the job with sizeable pedigree after keeping Swatragh in senior football this year against all odds with five teams being relegated as part of restructuring in the Derry league’s. The Glenullin native overseen Claudy’s promotion […]


Late Lynch’s show stuns Slaughtneil in county decider


Derry u’21 Hurling Final 2018 Kevin Lynch’s 2-11 Slaughtneil 1-10 From Odhrán Crumley in Ballinascreen  Advertisement It took a storming second half from Kevin Lynch’s to overcome Slaughtneil and claim their third title in a row at the age group. The Dungiven side didn’t score until the 16th minute of the game, Slaughtneil rattling up […]


Last gasp Beggan free seals comeback win for Scotstown


Ulster Club Football Championship Semi-Final Scotstown 1-14 Coleraine 2-10 From Odhrán Crumley at Healy Park Advertisement It took a last gasp free from Rory Beggan to rescue victory from the jaws of defeat as Scotstown scored the last five points to beat Coleraine. Conor McCarthy and Ciaran Mullan hit early goals for their sides as […]


Red Hugh’s overcome Limavady to claim Ulster crown


Ulster Football Junior Club Championship Final 2018 Limavady (Derry) 1-9 Red Hughs (Donegal) 1-11   Advertisement From Odhrán Crumley in Celtic Park   Red Hugh’s have claimed the Ulster Junior title with a dramatic win over Derry champions Limavady in a close encounter at Celtic Park. They become the second Donegal side to claim the […]


Coleraine’s Ciaran Mullan ‘Champing at the bit’


In this week’s Gaelic Life, Coleraine’s Ciaran Mullan speaks to Niall Gartland ahead of his team’s semi-final clash against Scotstown. After winning their first ever Derry senior title in 2010, Eoghan Rua are now in touching distance of their first ever provincial decider but a mammoth task stands in their way. “We’re taking Ulster more […]


Paul McGirr U’16 semi-final pairings decided


Carrickmore, Gowna, Burren and Lavey will make up the last four of the u’16 Paul McGirr Ulster tournament. Tyrone champions, Carrickmore will take on Cavan winners Gowna after overcoming Donaghmoyne 4-14 to 2-10 in an entertaining quarter-final. Gowna comprehensively beating Newtownbutler of Fermanagh 5-15 to 1-6 in last Saturday’s last eight encounter. The Derry champions, […]


Ulster Intermediate Club Championship QF Round-Up


Another mammoth weekend of Ulster Club action with the Tyrone, Derry, Antrim and Cavan champions all making it through to the last four. But not without drama… St.Peter’s (Armagh) 2-13 Tattyreagh (Tyrone) 3-11 Tattyreagh beaten in last year’s Ulster Junior semi-final have continued their remarkable rise with a hugely entertaining win over St.Peter’s in the […]


McGoldrick majors send Coleraine past Castlerahan


Ulster Club Senior Football Championship Quarter Final Castlerahan 0-11 Coleraine 2-11 Colm McGoldrick hit the net twice as Coleraine overcame Castlerahan to set up a semi-final meeting with Monaghan winner’s Scotstown. Advertisement Eoghan Rua made appeared to be in driving seat as they led by six at the break, full forward Colm McGoldrick finishing two fine […]


Slaughtneil galvanised by pain of defeat – McShane


Michael McShane will have the undivided attention of his players ahead of Sunday’s Ulster Semi-Final clash with Ballycran in Corrigan Park.  For the first time in four years, Slaughtneil will not compete in Ulster on both codes meaning hurling firmly takes the driving seat. Speaking to Niall Gartland, the Slaughtneil boss talks through the challenges […]


Derry Star Callum Brown Seals Move Down Under


Derry starlet, Callum Brown has signed a two-year deal with Aussie Rules club, Great Western Sydney Giants. Brown is expected to travel to Australia in November after being identified by the Giants’ Irish scouting programme in July 2017 before undertaking a 12-month trial process with the club. The 18-year-old flew to Australia in August to […]