Ulster Junior Football Championship Quarter-Final 2019 Rock 2-15 Glack 0-6 From Odhrán Crumley in Owenbeg Rock have cruised into the last four of the Ulster Junior Championship with a resounding victory over a lacklustre Glack side in Owenbeg. Advertisement In a harsh reality, the game was over as a contest after just three minutes of […]
Trillick 0-12 Errigal Ciaran 2-4 This was a two point hammering if there ever was one as a late Peter Harte penalty added gloss to the Errigal return. Not that Trillick will care as they took their eighth title out the Healy Park gates will a professional and at times classy display. The Reds hit […]
Cargin 3-16 Lamh Dhearg 0-23 Cargin edged Lamh Dhearg in extra time to claim back to back Antrim title’s in an instant classic at Corrigan Park. Cargin raced into an early lead as Tomas McCann rattled the net after taking advantage of a mishap in the Hannahstown men’s defence. Micahel Magill rattled the net just […]
Kilcoo 1-12 Warrenpoint 0-14 Kilcoo claimed their seventh title in the eight years overcoming a brave Warrenpoint challenge thanks to a Dylan Ward goal in the 51st minute. Warrenpoint went in search of their first title in 66 years but it was the favourites that led by the minimum at the break. John Boyle hit […]
Shane Mulholland is the special guest on this weekend’s episode of Take Your Points.
TG4 will broadcast the 2019 Donegal senior football championship final between Gaoth Dobhair and Naomh Conaill. The showpiece decider will be the fourth game of the Tir Chonaill championship to have been shown live by either RTÉ or TG4. In a repeat of last years decider, Gaoth Dobhair will look to retain the title and […]
THE pairing of Donegal and Tyrone was the stand-out tie of this morning’s Ulster Championship 2020 draw.
Crossmaglen and Ballymacnab will contest the 2019 Armagh Senior Football Championship Final after semi-final wins this weekend. Ballymacnab beat Granemore by three points on a scoreline on a scoreline of 0-16 to 0-13 with Jack Grugan kicking six points. Granemore will see this as the one that got it away, trailing by five points with […]
The draw for the semi-final of the Donegal Senior Football Championship has been made. Kilcar will take on Gaoth Dobhair in the pick of the games while Naomh Conaill will do battle with St.Eunan’s
Dunloy finished strongest to rip the Antrim senior hurling title from the remit of holders, Cushendall. Conal Cunning once again top scored for the champions elect with 0-9 with Seaan Elliot and Nigel Elliot grabbing the goals. Neil McManus hit ten points for the runners up as Fergus McCambridge and Christy McNaughton registered the majors.