2022: Shortlist Camogie Team


        Advertisement The shortlist for the Gaelic Life Ulster Club All-Stars Camogie Team has been revealed! Check out who is in the running below and don’t forget to check back this Thursday, 26th January when you can vote to support your favourite. Position Name Club Goalkeeper Eimear Boyle Loughgiel Goalkeeper Ciarrai Devlin […]


Shortlist: 2022 Football Team


        Advertisement   The shortlist for the Gaelic Life Ulster Club All-Stars Football Team has been revealed! Check out who is in the running below and don’t forget to check back this Thursday, 26th January when you can vote to support your favourite. Goalkeeper Harry Clarke Drumlane Goalkeeper John McNabb Cargin Goalkeeper […]


A winning return to Armagh for Ryan Dougan


By Michael McMullan IT was a different day at the Athletic Grounds for Ryan Dougan on Sunday. Different in every way. Just over twelve months ago, he could only look on as Jerome Johnston blasted home Kilcoo’s winning goal. After Connlan Bradley’s overcooked kick-out had him slipping in Paul Devlin’s wake, Dougan was powerless to […]


Kilcoo are the underdogs says Devlin


By Shaun Casey FOR the neutral, they got exactly what they wanted last weekend. An Ulster final between the reigning provincial and All-Ireland champions Kilcoo and the new up-and-comers Glen in a repeat of last year’s semi-final showdown. Three points separated the sides after extra time in 2021 and while the pair have only ever […]


Kilcoo concerned with the here and now


By Shaun Casey HAVING seen off all challengers in Down, Ulster and All-Ireland champions Kilcoo are just focusing on the next game ahead, which comes in the form of Monaghan champions Ballybay, led by Kilcoo native Jerome Johnston and another Down man, Mark Doran. The Magpies are hoping to collect a third Ulster title in […]


County contingent stand tall for Errigal insists Glen selector


By Michael McMullan GLEN selector Johnny Bradley was impressed with how Ulster opponents Errigal Ciaran stood tall in the face of Carrickmore’s brave comeback in Sunday’s Tyrone decider. Former Derry player Bradley, a highly-rated performance analyst, was also full of praise for the Glen squad who delivered back-to-back Derry championships in commanding style. Glen host […]


Glass hoping for improved Na Magha performance on the Ulster scene


By Michael McMullan THEY may have entered the Ulster scene through the back door, but midfielder Bliadhan Glass insists Na Magha have fully bought into their build-up to Sunday’s meeting with Warrenpoint. Na Magha lost out to Lavey in the Derry junior final but weren’t graded as a junior team with Na Magha taking their […]


Draw set for Ulster minor tournament at St Paul’s


THE draw for the fonaCAB Ulster Minor Football Tournament will take place on Monday, November 7 in the Lord Major’s Parlour at City Hall. The tournament, hosted by St Paul’s, makes a return at u-17 level after being put on hold due to the Covid-19. Bellaghy and Lavey won the last two titles, with Dungiven – […]


‘No pressure’ on Drumlane says Dunne


By Kieran Lynch DRUMLANE will be hoping to build upon their Cavan Junior Football Championship title win when they venture into Ulster, starting this weekend against Derry champions Craigbane. Drumlane claimed the Cavan Championship with the winning point scored five minutes into additional time, in a 1-12 to 2-8 victory over Arva, and although manager Martin […]


Ulster Club fixtures


ARMAGH’S Athletic Grounds will host next month’s Ulster Club Final between Kilcoo and Derrygonnelly next month. Ulster intermediate football and hurling finals are also down for decision in January. The Dr McKenna Cup will also resume with Armagh hosting Cavan on Thursday, January 6 at 8.15. There is also a return for the Conor McGurk […]