It’s a busy weekend ahead for four Glenullin cousins. On Saturday they’ll dance at the All-Ireland Scór finals in Castlebar before running out at Celtic Park on Ulster Championship duty less than 24 hours later. Michael McMullan went to meet them… THE fluttering green and gold flag at the end of the lane lets you […]
HAVING won a senior championship on 2007 and thoroughly enjoyed everything that comes with it I genuinely thought the days of the ‘Monday Club’ were behind me. In 2007 we had a fantastic Monday Club and for those of you who know Glenullin, our club is perfectly set up for it. We have a fantastic […]
By Michael McMullan UNREAL. It’s one word, but that’s how young Glenullin attacking ace Fearghal Close described the scenes of utter pandemonium after Sunday’s Derry intermediate final. The ‘Glen came back from five points down in the first quarter to level matters, with Close kicking two points, one with either foot. “We needed them to […]
DERRY INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL FINAL Drumsurn v Glenullin Sunday, Celtic Park, 1.30pm DESERVING and winning a championship are two very different things insists Drumsurn manager Sean Brady ahead of Sunday’s intermediate showdown with Glenullin. Advertisement After winning the title three times with his native Ballymaguigan, Brady is in his second year in charge. The 2021 league […]
Eoin Bradley’s career has went around a few corners, but his love for sport has never waned. Michael McMullan went to meet him… IT’S Friday morning in Glenullin and Eoin Bradley is buzzing. Football has dominated his life and nothing has changed. Noel Trainor, the club’s 1985 championship winning goalkeeper, greets him on arrival. Sunday […]
JAMIE Clarke has made the headlines for throwing his lot with Newry City. Shaun Casey looks at some of the GAA stars who made it on the soccer scene… Jamie Clarke (Armagh) THE former Armagh attacker is the latest GAA star to switch codes and sign up for a soccer career in the Irish League. […]
Gerard O’Kane has told the story about how he was left cowering along with Eoin Bradley as Joe Diver tore after them.
Paddy Bradley believes his brother could still play for Derry.
PADDY Bradley has spoken candidly to Kevin Cassidy about his time playing for the county, and the abuse that came along with it.