Donegal setup ‘do or die’ clash with Mayo while influential defender remains sidelined

Donegal will travel to Castlebar on Sunday week for a do or die clash with Mayo in the final round of the Super 8s.  The Tir Chonaill will be without the services of influential defender, Eoghan Ban Gallagher for the MacHale Park clash and for the remainder of the season. Declan Bonner’s men played out […]

TG4 to broadcast live coverage of Ulster triple header

TG4 will broadcast live coverage of all three All-Ireland semi-final’s involving Ulster representatives. Firstly, the clash of Kerry and Ulster runners-up, Tyrone at 2pm in Tullamore before the Red Hands U’20 last four clash with Cork at 4pm. Ulster minor champions, Monaghan will take on Cork at 6pm to round-up the coverage.

Ulster triple-header in All-Ireland series confirmed

The three Ulster representatives at minor and u’20 level will be on show in Tullamore next Sunday. O’Connor Park will host the triple header with Ulster runner’s up, Tyrone taking on Munster and five in a row kingpins, Kerry at 2pm. Tyrone fresh off the back of claiming the Ulster u’20 title against Derry and […]

Tyrone stage comeback to reach All-Ireland semi-final

All-Ireland Football Championship Super 8s Phase Two 2019 Tyrone 2-15 Cork 2-12 From Odhrán Crumley at Croke Park Tyrone have booked their place in the semi-final of the All-Ireland with a come from behind win against Cork in Croke Park. Advertisement The Red Hands came from seven points from behind to book their spot in […]

Mullan to captain Derry for Richie McElligot Cup campaign

Richie Mullan will captain Derry U’20 hurlers for their 2019 All-Ireland campaign. The Kevin Lynch’s clubman played a central role in the Oakleaf senior team which reached the Christy Ring semi-final before falling at the feet of eventual winners, Meath. He will be ably assisted by vice captains, Reece McSorley (Ballinascreen) and Tiarnan Walsh (Swatragh). […]

Damian McErlain steps down as Derry senior football manager

Damian McErlain has resigned from his position as Derry senior football manager. McErlain led the Oakleaf County to three successive Ulster Minor Final’s, winning two before graduating to the senior job after guiding them minors to the All-Ireland Final. The Magherafelt man was two years into a three year fixed term after leading the county […]