When DJ Kane left Newry to study in UUJ, his MacRory Cup rivals became his teammates during their golden era in the Sigerson Cup. Michael McMullan writes… DJ KANE remembers the muck and gutters all too well, a patch of ground on the Jordanstown campus with no goalposts. When the rain poured down in the winter months […]
By Shaun Casey ULSTER and Down GAA legends, along with a few local icons, are coming together to spread awareness of Motor Neurone Disease and raise funds for Martin Lynch, who was diagnosed with MND earlier this year, with an event held in St John Bosco’s Newry on July 30. Lynch played for Down and captained […]
Read the second part of DJ Kane’s interview, as he discusses the most successful period of his career.
Christy Ring Cup final – Antrim v Carlow – Saturday, Croke Park 5pm In an extended interview in this week’s Gaelic Life, Terence ‘Sambo’ McNaughton reveals the role played by Down footballing legend DJ Kane in reviving the fortunes of Antrim hurling this year. It’s gone somewhat under the radar, but the former All-Ireland SFC […]
SUNDAY’S meeting of Down and Armagh will be the first time that Páirc Esler has hosted an Ulster Championship match between the neighbours since 1991. The game, the names, and the old ground itself have changed considerably from that day in the rain when Down won a forgettable quarter-final 1-7 to 0-8, but the rivalry […]