FIRST up was Derry v Cavan on Saturday night in Breffni. My father said he was only coming to avoid watching Armagh v Laois on telly.
John Hughes points out that pundits and managers are narrow minded if they think puke football is only practiced in Ulster.
AS we head into the two-week break, most teams have serious question marks hanging over them and it’s how they will go about answering those questions when they return that will determine how long or short their season is set to be.
Four reasons why Donegal’s footballers are so effective.
In order for a manage to create a cohesive unit, he or she must manage by example.
The consequences of not treating concussion properly are frightening.
AT half time on Sunday in Celtic Park, the tea-room was filled with familiar faces. I love that familiarity of the GAA. We are, as I once said to Peter Robinson, bigger than the Masons, without the funny handshake.
AS a spectator you would have to be pleased with the entertainment value of last weekend’s games. I’ll get to the individual teams in a moment, but what struck me about the games was the fitness levels of players for this time of year.
Five players worth considering if you want to win the week two prize.
A program to offer free health checks for referees is to continue.