Errigal Ciaran’s comeback kings


It has been 20 years since Errigal Ciaran were Kings of Ulster and former defender Barry O’Donnell looks back on their journey…. By Michael McMullan ERRIGAL Ciaran had weathered the early storm. After trailing by three points before raising a flag themselves, the champions were back to within a point at the break and would […]


Canavan takes charge at Armagh Harps


PASCAL Canavan has taken over as manager of Armagh Harps, who won the Division 1A league this season and replaces Benny O’Kane. The Harps were crowned league champions, for the first time since 1991, but had an underwhelming championship campaign. For the second year in a row, they were ousted by Maghery, with three-points the […]


Glen’s second coming shoots them to last four


ULSTER CLUB SFC QUARTER-FINAL Glen 3-10 Errigal Ciaran 1-12 By Michael McMullan A POWERFUL and purposeful second half – with Ethan Doherty to the fore – saw Glen advance from Sunday’s Celtic Park cauldron and book their semi-final spot with Cargin. Advertisement Goals from Conor Convery, Ethan and Alex Doherty did the trick in a […]


Kelly never doubted Errigal’s day would come


By Niall Gartland ERRIGAL Ciaran footballer Niall Kelly says he never countenanced any doubts that they could get their hands on the O’Neill Cup, despite some of the setbacks of recent seasons. They came out second best in the 2017 and 2019 finals, and there were a number of other stomach-churning defeats which could’ve derailed a […]


KEVIN CASSIDY: Let the games begin


NOW that all the county finals have taken place, my favourite competition of all time swings into action as the Ulster Club Championship gets underway this month. This competition has a very special personal meaning, but that aside I’ve always loved watching this competition. Much like the county scene, Ulster, in my opinion, has the […]