THE managerial merry-go-round is in full swing at the moment at county level. County board delegates are meeting in smoke-filled back rooms, curtains closed, under cover of darkness and a special knock to get in. The veil of secrecy thrown over some of these processes is akin to waiting on white smoke coming from the […]
Former Mayo boss and current Donegal head coach feels it’s time the GAA took a subjective look at the Championship landscape
Allianz Football League Division One Tyrone 0-10 Mayo 2-13 Mayo have hammered a weary Tyrone outfit to inflict a second loss of the season on the Red Hands at Healy Park. Mickey Harte’s men now face a relegation battle after falling to a nine point defeat, trailing 1-7 to 0-3 at the break after Keith […]
Mickey Harte has made two changes to the Tyrone side which lost their Allianz League opener in Kerry. Lee Brennan and Kieran McGeary come into the starting team while David Mulgrew and Liam Rafferty miss out. There is also two changes to the 26 man squad as Ronan O’Neill and Frank Burns join the panel […]
FAST starts have been a ever-present from Malachy O’Rourke’s side since they moved to Division One for the 2015 season, and they have helped pave the way to two top-four finishes in that time. Sunday’s opponents Mayo, meanwhile, are notoriously slow out of the blocks and have lost four of their last five league openers. […]
PROMISING Monaghan forward Barry McGinn is hoping to be passed fit for his county’s Division One opener against Mayo on January 28. The Doohamlet man has been recovering from a cruciate injury picked up last February and although he did play a few minutes in his club’s final league game back in October, he’s targeting […]
John Morrison has good advice for those players who have lost.
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy believes that Mayo’s house of pain is set for an extension this Sunday as they prepare to meet Dublin.
Kevin Cassidy has said that Mayo manager Stephen Rochford deserves praise, not criticism, for thinking outside the box.
GAELIC Life columnist Kevin Cassidy has said that Aidan O’Shea is the ticket that can see Mayo past Kerry in this weekend’s All-Ireland semi-final.