TYRONE’S Niall Sludden says the fan reaction didn’t go unnoticed after their dramatic qualifier win over Meath last Saturday. Sludden and his teammates mingled freely with their loyal supporters after an unforgettable encounter at Navan , and he hopes he can give them something more to cheer about in next Saturday’s round two clash against […]
DERRY manager Damian McErlain needs to redouble his efforts to get the best players playing for the county next season. That’s the opinion of former county forward Joe Cassidy. He said that the loss of the Slaughtneil players was a factor in Derry’s disappointing campaign. Slaughtneil’s run to the All-Ireland stages of the club championship […]
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy has praised the manner in which Fermanagh manager Rory Gallagher dealt with the Seamus Quigley issue.
GAELIC Life columnist Cahal Carvill has said that players need to continue to put themselves ahead of the team.
IT is an unusual quirk that Down’s two most consistent scorers this season – Anthony Doherty and Caolan Mooney – are both defenders. The pair have scored in 10 of the side’s 11 games this season in the McKenna Cup, league and championship, although the manner of their scores differ greatly. Livewire Mooney has brought […]
Arlene Foster has said “let’s wait and see”.
Kevin Cassidy feels that the championship is starting to lose its spark as the strong get stronger and the weak weaker.
Cahal Carvill says the future of Casement Park is bleak following the Hightown Incinerator decision.
TWENTY-EIGHT times Kevin O’Boyle has pulled on the Saffron jersey and represented his county in championship battle. Twenty-eight times he has felt the butterflies starting to cause mischief in his stomach, 28 times he has felt the tension grow as the throw-in to a big Antrim game approached. Sure, it would be easy to discount […]
KARL McKaigue believes that Derry have addressed the problems that led to their relegation to Division Four earlier this year. The Oak Leafer’s demotion to the basement division, a third relegation in as many years, represents the worst possible preparation for the Ulster Championship. But in an interview with this week’s Gaelic Life, the Slaughtneil […]