WHEN it comes to Mr Dependable, Loughgiel don’t have to look too far down the teamsheet to identify their man.
GAELIC Life’s hurling columnist John Martin has predicted another year of agony for the Slaughtneil hurlers.
IT’S not difficult to ascertain just how much it meant to Steelstown to reach the Intermediate Championship final.
DERRY club Eoghan Rua are asking you to share your favourite GAA memories on Facebook in an effort to raise money for two mental health charities. To donate is simple, when you are nominated on Facebook: 1 Share your GAA memory on Facebook 2 Text the appropriate number below Advertisement 3 Nominate 4 friends to take the Challenge. From NI […]
Slaughtneil are expecting a tricky game against Newbridge in Sunday’s Senior Championship quarter-final (6pm).
Glen’s house is in very good order at the moment. The Watties have carried their successful underage form through to senior level, so much so that they are in fifth place in division one, just one point behind joint leaders Ballinascreen and the Loup. Their opponents are Swatragh, who are a bit further back in […]
DRIVING past Cathal O’hOisin’s election posters in Dungiven the other day brought me back to childhood in Station Road.
Slaughtneil and Derry hurler Mark McGuigan dishes the dirt on his team mates.
Over a year from his passing the people of Derry are working hard to raise money in memory of Caolan McCrossan, the young Doire Colmcille player.
The Derry fixtures committee have implemented a system which makes sure clubs have their county players for their most important matches.