Jack O’Connor warns Clifford of transition to senior

Jack O’Connor warned David Clifford that it will not be an easy transition from minor to senior grade. “It’s a big jump. Minor level is all about playing ball whereas at senior level there’s a bit more to it., David will get a lot more attentionthan he would have got at minor level,” Jack O’Connor […]

Clifford says minor success might not carry to senior league

David Clifford says his success in the minor league might not carry to senior league. “I still have a lot of improving to make, there are no guarantees that making it at minor is going to push you onto a senior team,” David Clifford said. He was present at Croke Park to collect his Electric […]

Karl Lacey to join Donegal’s backroom team

Karl Lacey is set to join Donegal’s managerial backroom team in the following days. Lacey will take up a coaching role under new manager Declan Bonner according to DonegalSportsHub.com The former All-Ireland winning defender announced his retirement from inter-county football at the end of August. His name will be put forward by Bonnor, who replaced […]

Liam Kearns says new championship format is chaotic

Liam Kearns says that “there could be a lot of chaos” with the new hurling and football championship structure. “Are they seriously saying we’re going to release players to the clubs for the whole of April, and then play the first round of the championship in May?” Kearns asked Tipp FM. He said it will […]

Savage hopes Clifford will maximize minor stint

Jack Savage hopes David Clifford will maximize his stint with the minor county tournament. “I’m hoping he stays around definitely,” Savage told The Irish Daily Star. He listed a few names who went on grabbed the AFL opportunities that came their way. “Back in ’09 we lost Tommy Walsh from my own club and he […]

Ryan McMenamin looks forward to assistant manager job

Ryan McMenamin says he looks forward to his job as Fermanagh’s new assistant manager. “It came up and it was probably too good to turn down,” McMenamin told The Irish Daily Star. He said he was surprised initially when he received the phone call from Rory Gallagher but decided on it right away. “Rory gave […]

Feargal Logan steps down as Tyrone U-21 manager

Feargal Logan steps down as Tyrone’s All-Ireland winning U-21 manager after four years. County Board chairperson Roisin Jordan thanked Logan for his work in the past years. “Feargal led the Under 21s to their first silverware at the Grade in almost a decade when they claimed the Ulster title in 2015, culminting with an All-Ireland […]

Paul Hearty retires after celebrating colorful career

Paul Hearty retires after 23 years and looked back at a colorful career. “It is with a heavy heart that I announce my retirement from Gaelic football today,” Hearty’s retirement statement said. The former Armagh goalkeeper thanked his family who supported him and team managements who helped him throughout the years. “Firstly I will start […]

Cavanagh unsure of last hurrah with Ireland

Sean Cavanagh said it his highly unlikely for him to return to Ireland and see action in the International Rules Series. “It is goging to be tough. I said to Joe I would see how things go with the club, and things are progressing rather well,” Cavanagh told the Irish News. Cavanagh and his wife […]

Jarlath Burns said new rule will make the game more aggressive

Jarlath Burns said the new kick-out rule will make the game more aggressive. “In 2010, we changed the rule that all kick-outs are taken on the 13m line,” Burns told Newstalk’s Off The Ball. “It’s just a very low-risk kick-out; you kick it tot the left and then you’re slowly building methodically the whole whol […]