Offaly shocked by resignation

Offaly GAA has been surprised by the reports that Secretary Eamon Cusack has resigned from his position with immediate effect. The Durrow clubman was voted to the role in December 2016 and was re-elected last December for a second term in the position. Nevertheless, in spite of attending the February meeting of the Offaly GAA […]

O’Rourke: Kerry have been very impressive

Monaghan boss Malachy O’Rourke says Kerry have been “very impressive” thus far in 2018. The Farney County will entertain the high-flying, new-look Kingdom in a rearranged Division One match at Inniskeen on Sunday and O’Rourke sees the fixture as an perfect opportunity to measure where his own team is at: “Kerry have been very impressive. […]

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 […]

Harte bashes the media about “signs of an agenda”.

Tyrone boss Mickey Harte thinks there are “signs of an agenda” in the media against his Tyrone side.   The three-time All-Ireland winning manager’s commentary come after it materialized that Dublin supremo Jim Gavin is in a confrontation with RTE, having turned down interview requests from the national broadcaster after his team’s league wins over Tyrone […]

Corofin duo will miss Sigerson Cup final

Corofin’s Liam Silke and Kieran Molloy will be unable to play a part in Saturday’s Sigerson Cup final due to their club’s All-Ireland semi-final date with Moorefield happening on the same day. Silke guided UCD survive an extra time nail-biter against UUJ last night in Inniskeen, where Con O’Callaghan’s 88th minute free secured a third […]

Kavanagh suspicious of Exiles

Carlow’s Jack Kavanagh is definitely taking nothing for granted ahead of Sunday’s NHL Division 2A battle against London in Ruislip. Only two years ago, the Exiles came to Netwatch Cullen Park and recorded a 5-16 to 1-11 victory over the home side in a league encounter. Rregardless of trailing their opening two matches, Kavanagh believes […]

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 […]