Two Ulster players were honoured at the Electric Ireland minor All-Stars.
Paul Grimley worked with Seamus McEnaney before, and he has high hopes for his return to Monaghan.
It was double delight for Cork in Tullamore this evening as the Rebel Army knocked Tyrone and Monaghan out of the u’20 and minor championships respectively. Cork came from seven down early in the second half to knock out the Red Hands with the Munster champions bench rattling up 1-5. The Rebel Army ran out […]
Karl Gallagher reflects on Monaghan’s Ulster minor title.
Seamus McEnaney would prefer the competition to be played earlier.
Fermanagh lost to Donegal in the Ulster Championship.
Tyrone have claimed the Jim McGuigan Cup by seeing off Monaghan, after extra-time in a windy Maghera. The Farney men led 1-6 to 0-4 at the break after playing with the aid of a strong breeze. Daniel Fullerton netted for Tyrone before the Michael McGleenan put the Red Hands into the lead before a point […]
With the exception of Division Three all is said and done, promotion and relegation is confirmed, for many including the nine Ulster counties, their fate is now sealed. Division One Final – Kerry, Mayo Relegated – Roscommon, Cavan Advertisement Misfortune for Cavan who fell to relegation picking up one win against Roscommon. Monaghan narrowly avoided […]
There was mixed emotions for Ulster sides in Lidl Ladies National Football League this weekend. In Division One, Donegal have made it four wins on the bounce with a two point win against Tipperary in Convoy. The Tir Chonaill led by two at the break and claimed the invaluable two points thanks to goals from […]
Allianz Football League Division One Tyrone 1-16 Monaghan 0-12 From Odhrán Crumley in Healy Park Tyrone have picked up their first league win of the season with a barnstorming win over Monaghan in Healy Park. Advertisement Man of the match, Peter Harte led the Red Hand charge with 1-6 including a spectacular first half major. […]