Tyrone Legend Joins Backroom Team


Mickey Harte has brought All-Star footballer Stephen O’Neill into his backroom team for the 2018 season joining Gavin Devlin and Peter Donnelly.  The former footballer of the year is still playing club football lining out for his club, Clan Na Gael in this year’s junior championship before crashing out at the semi-final stage. It is […]


Gaels book first Ulster final appearance in forty years


The Cavan Gaels punched their first Ulster final appearance in four decades with a 5-7 (22) to 2-15 (21) win over Derrygonnelly. Gaels’ Barry Fortune delivered a dramatic goal six minute into injury time to arrange a finals date with Slaughtneil. Paul O’Connor nailed a hat-trick for Cavan while Seany Johnston added another for a […]


Cillian McDaid to play for the Carlton Blues


Starlet Cillian McDaid will become the Carlton Blues’ latest Irish recruit. McDaid scored 1-1 from wing back in the Tribesmen’s All-Ireland U21FC loss to Dublin earlier this year. The Galway rising football star will fly to Melbourne, Australia on Sunday. He will sign a two-year international rookie contract with the Aussie Rules club. Other notable […]


Backroom team finally complete for Gilroy


Pat Gilroy’s backroom team for Dublin is finally complete with expected names. Anthony Cunningham and Mickey Whelan will complete Gilroy’s backroom team. Paddy O’Donoghue will also join them as the other seelector. O’Donoghue won an All-Ireland club football title with the Kilmacud Crokes in 1995. He work once again with Gilroy and Whelan after the […]


Kerry withdraws from McGrath Cup after Tipperary


Kerry will become the second inter-county side to withdraw from the McGrath Cup after Tipperary. The defending champions Kerry will not return because of conflict with their schedule following Tipperary’s withdrawal. “We just felt our preparations would be better served by concentrating on training as opposed to the McGrath Cup,” County committee chairman Tim Murphy […]


Enda Muldoon retires from club football career


Enda Muldoon is calling it quits with his career in club football. Muldoon, age 40, had a long and successful career with Ballinderry. He helped them with the All-Ireland club title in 2002 and Ulster crown in 2011 and 2013. He confirmed his retirement on Twitter thanking everyone. “After 23 years of playing senior football […]


Darren Hughes to replace injured Pearce Hanley


Monaghan’s Darren Hughes will replace Pearce Hanley who suffered a broken hand. Hughes will fly to Australia to help Ireland as they try to come back from a 10-point deficit to retain the Cormac McAnnallen championship. Team manager Joe Kernan confirmed the replacement, saying the midfielder will provide a huge help to the team. “He […]


Johnny Buckley leads Dr Crokes into Munster final


Johnny Buckley’s impressive performance was enough to keep Dr Crokes on track to defend their Munster and All-Ireland club titles. Buckley had an impressive all around performance in their semifinal win over Kilmurry-Ibrickane 2-19 to 0-10. He put in his best display in some time, dominating the kickouts, driving forward with the ball and generally […]