Lifetime friendship from a lifesaving day

IT was Michael Murphy’s final game for Donegal and Declan Bonner’s as manager, but June 12, 2022 will be a day Dave Gallagher will never forget. Donegal had knocked Armagh out of the Ulster Championships and the Qualifiers draw dragged them back to Clones for an all or nothing rematch. For Donegal followers they were […]

Donegal striving for consistency says Bradley

By Michael McMullan DONEGAL are not as impressive as their victory over Kerry or as bad their defeat Tyrone have suggested, but somewhere in the middle. That’s the view of Derry All-Star forward Paddy Bradley, who is a coach and selector under new Donegal manager Paddy Carr. Donegal head to Clones on Sunday aiming to […]

Last eight battle it out for semi final spots in Monaghan JFC

MONAGHAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER FINALS KILLANNY V EIRE OG Saturday, Castleblayney, 3pm Killanny are one of just two teams remaining in the Junior Championship that have yet to experience defeat and that confidence and momentum may just be enough to guide them through to the last four. Advertisement Verdict: Killanny   ORAM V DRUMHOWAN […]

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 […]

Hughes – Ulster Club is my favourite competition

In this week’s Gaelic Life, Scotstown star Kieran Hughes tells Niall Gartland that the Ulster Club Championship is his favourite competition bar none.  Speaking ahead of his side’s Preliminary Round clash with Derrygonnelly, Hughes says that it is something he will never regret saying even after provincial glory and big days in Croke Park with […]