Paul Finlay is still working hard for his club, Ballybay
A sink hole damaged Magheracloone’s facility last year.
John McEntee says the league is too long.
Magheracloone had a difficult year in 2018.
Swatragh continued their rich vein of league form in Derry with a one point win away at Slaughtneil. The ‘Swa’ notched up a tally of 3-12 which was enough to squeeze past the former Ulster kingpins. Elsewhere, Lavey beat current County Champions, Coleraine while Glen hammered Bellaghy and Dungiven beat neighbours, Banagher in a bottom […]
Donal Morgan has stressed that there will be no Al Pacino, Any Given Sunday speeches ahead of Sunday’s Ulster Final clash with Gaoth Dobhair. The Farney men were unsure of their place in the decider until the very last kick after a titanic tussle with Eoghan Rua in the last four. Despite trailing and effectively […]
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 […]
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 […]
Ulster Club Senior Football Championship Quarter Final Scotstown 0-13 Burren 0-10 Goalkeeper, Rory Beggan kicked a score from play as Scotstown overcame Burren in an enthralling game at Pairc Esler. Advertisement The Monaghan champions led by three at the break on a scoreline of 0-6 to 0-3 dominating the opening half despite kicking thirteen wides. […]
In this week’s Gaelic Life, Niall McCloy gets a Farney view on the weekend’s action as he chats to Scotstown boss, Kieran Donnelly ahead of their trip to Pairc Esler to take on Burren. Taking the job only week’s after his counterpart Paddy O’Rourke took the helm at Burren he is proud that both men […]