The 2018-19 Danske Bank Ulster School’s All-Stars have been named after two trial games. Each player was initially nominated to attend the trails by their own school before taking part in the games. 9 of the 15 players come from Antrim clubs, with three from Derry club, two from the Mageean Cup winning An Dún […]
Derry have launched their new kit for the 2019 season after a special launch night in the new O’Neill’s store in Derry City on Wednesday evening. The new home jersey keeps the traditional white and red theme while the new goalkeeper’s top breaks from tradition with a mint green colour unveiled. It is expected that […]
Mageean Cup Final 2018 An Dún 5-13 St. Pat’s Maghera 1-10 Advertisement An Dún have made history claiming their first ever Mageean Cup title after comfortable dethroning St.Pat’s Maghera at The Dub on Tuesday evening. Ronan Blair turned in a man of the match display grabbing an eye-catching hat-trick with goals either side of […]
Ulster Senior Club Hurling Championship Semi-Final 2018 Ballycran (Down) 4-15 Slaughtneil (Derry) 1-14 Advertisement From Odhrán Crumley in Corrigan Park Down champions, Ballycran have caused a seismic shock by dumping the reigning Ulster champions, Slaughtneil out in the last four. Ballycran led by two at the break after bringing a real intensity to […]
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 […]
John Martin argues that there are a number of weaknesses that Slaughtneil will be able to exploit in their upcoming All-Ireland semi-final.
John Martin believes that Ballygalget do not possess the tools to stop the Slaughtneil machine in Sunday’s Ulster final in Armagh.
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin believes that the Slaughtneil hurlers should consider seeking a special invitation into January’s Conor McG
Joe Passmore delivers an impassioned defence of why the Coleraine club fought so hard to be included in this year’s Ulster Intermediate championship
GAELIC Life hurling columnist John Martin has paid tribute to Slaughtneil’s historic Ulster final win over Loughgiel Shamrocks on Sunday.