In this week’s Gaelic Life, Kevin Cassidy recounts the events of the last week after his Gaoth Dobhair side beat Crossmaglen to reach the Ulster Final. Cassidy was influential over the course of the hour, his influence immeasurable before weighing in with 1-2 of his own to ensure the lights would stay on in Magheragallon […]
Ulster Club Senior Football Championship Semi-Final Gaoth Dobhair 4-11 Crossmaglen 0-16 From Odhrán Crumley at Healy Park Advertisement Dáire Ó Baoill netted a first half hat-trick as a rampant Gaoth Dobhair side tore Crossmaglen apart to set up an Ulster decider with Scotstown. Rian O’Neill led the Cross charge kicking 0-9 over the course of […]
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 […]
In this week’s Gaelic Life, Crossmaglen boss Donal Murtagh tells Niall Gartland that his side must improve massively if they’re to qualify for the Ulster Club Final. Their opponents come in the form of Donegal champions, Gaoth Dobhair who easily overcame the Antrim kingpins while Cross had to battle past Coalisland in a game they […]
Translink and Ulster GAA have teamed up for the second year to launch the 2018 Coach of the Year awards. All-Ireland winning manager, Joe Kernan was in attendance to help launch the initiative which celebrates the work carried out by volunteer club coaches across the province for the lasting impressions they make on both individuals […]
Six county titles will be decided today over the province of Ulster with the Derry, Tyrone, Cavan, Antrim, Donegal and Armagh finals taking place. At Healy Park, Killyclogher and Coalisland will meet in a repeat of the 2016 championship final which the Killyclogher men won after a replay, throw in at Omagh is 4pm. In […]
In this weeks Gaelic Life columnist, Kevin Cassidy recounts the roller-coaster of emotions that a life in football brings with a mention of the celebrations in Gaoth Dobhair. On Sunday past, Cassidy represented his club in a county final for the first time since 2006 as they captured their fifteenth county title. After being awoken […]
Kevin Cassidy believes that there are six teams with a genuine chance of winning the Donegal Championship.
Kevin Cassidy has hit out at Kilcar for their role in the farcical postponed league match between the county champions and Gweedore.
Kilcar’s performance against Scotstown earned a lot of praise