Tyrone still under pressure


Tyrone defender Hugh Pat McGeary believes that they require to keep winning is creating mounting weight on the team. That pressure was lessened a bit by their narrow one point win over Kildare last weekend, but there are still four massive games to come against some top class opposition. Speaking to the Ulster Herald, McGeary […]


McGlinchey asking for first class referees


Waterford manager Tom McGlinchey has questioned why none of the best referees in the game are selected to officiate at Division Three and Four league matches. McGlinchey believes that the standard of referees appointed to lesser league matches is not as superior as the refs that officiate games in the top two divisions. “In division 4 […]


McGovern quits Down crew


Down boss Eamonn Burns is searching for a new full-back as Gerard McGovern has departed of inter-county football for the year. The Burren clubman attributed in the Allianz FL Division 2 round 1 win over Louth but has departed the Mourne County’s team since. “Gerard has left the panel,” the Mourne County boss informed The Irish […]


Keenan and Mcfaul out for Derry


Derry’s Niall Keenan and Ciaran McFaul will be out for the remaining of the year. The duo is going to travel to the United States in May and, even if they will still be at home for the rest of the national league, it was arranged that they should give up the Oak Leaf board […]


Donnelly: “Dublin is the best team”


Matthew Donnelly thinks Tyrone can discover a lot from Dublin’s strange economy in front of the posts. While the All-Ireland champions have been coming through their league matches to date registering very little wides, Tyrone have been under pressure in front of the posts. The Ulster champion, for example, was responsible of twelve wides against […]


McEntee believes players deserves better treatment


The GAA’s fixture-makers have been criticized by Meath chief Andy McEntee. The Royal County’s Allianz FL Division 2 against Cavan was eventually called off after Kingspan Breffni Park have fallen short two pitch inspections – on Saturday evening and Sunday morning. McEntee deemed the weather forecast meant it was highly improbable that Sunday’s 2pm rescheduled […]


Rochford in the hunt for first victory over Tribesmen


Mayo boss Stephen Rochford has stressed out that they won’t be attacking this weekend’s match against Galway any different to any of their league games. Rochford has yet to lead Mayo to a spirited victory over Galway during his reign, but that truth will have no bearing on this weekend’s battle between the sides. A […]


Walsh happy hard work


Allianz Football League Division 1 rookies Galway made it two victories from two at Donegal’s expense thanks to a do-or-die score from sub Sean Armstrong, and afterwards Kevin Walsh declared himself in high spirits with his side’s work-rate. “We could have left the fingernails a bit longer if we had taken a few chances earlier in […]


McEntee aspiring to be on top


Andy McEntee says Meath would take pleasure in the possibility to play in Division 1 of the Allianz Football League. The Royals guided the way in Division 2 on score disparity after two rounds and would put themselves in a strong spot to face for promotion if they can hammer neighbours Cavan on Saturday night. […]


No disputes on red cards from The Kingdom


Eamonn Fitzmaurice has no complains with the red cards Kerry obtained up against Mayo on Saturday night. The Kingdom ended the match with 13 players after having both Ronan Shanahan and Gavin Crowley kicked off in the second half. Their manager acknowledged that the game became a physical clash “It did but if you want […]