Check out our team of the week


HERE is our team of the week, based on performances last weekend. 1 SHAUN PATTON Donegal Had a hard day in Kerry but responded well against Tyrone, landed a free and saved from Michael McKernan. 2 SHANNON O’DOHERTY Derry camogie The Oakleaf captain was excellent as a spare player in the win over Kildare. 3 […]


Refixed NFL games down for decision


By Michael McMullan THIS weekend sees the refixed game in the NFL that fell victim to the storm in Round 3. Buoyed by their win over Longford, Kieran Donnelly’s Fermanagh host Laois who were held at home to Antrim at the weekend thanks to Ryan Murray’s point. Cavan take their 100 per cent record to […]


Donohoe calls for consideration at Congress


By Michael McMullan CAVAN u-20 manager Damien Donohoe is calling on Congress delegates to vote against Motion 2, which calls for an inter-county u-17 and u-20 championship merger into an u-19 grade. The motion, brought forward by the GAA’s Ard Chomhairle, would see u-17 become a developmental age and the u-19 grade for three seasons. […]


Ulster players involved in DCU success


By Michael McMullan THERE was a Donegal link to DCU’s win over NUI Galway the final of the Ryan Cup, the Higher Education League Final. Ross Ó Mearlaigh played at corner back in their 0-16 to 1-7 win on Tuesday afternoon. The win sets the Dublin side up ahead of the forthcoming Sigerson Cup opener […]


Denn wait the outcome of appeal against goalkeeper’s red card


Denn manager Stephen Baxter could be without goalkeeper Mark Fegan for their Ulster JFC Final on Sunday. Fegan was shown a red card in the aftermath of their semi-final win over Desertmartin, for ‘kicking with minimal force’. The game was streamed live, but the incident – which happened after the final whistle – wasn’t picked […]