Taking it in their stride

By Michael McMullan SUNDAY will be Glen’s eleventh championship foray into championship action outside the confines of the Derry cocoon they took their time stepping out of. The Scotstown team that run out of the same tunnel will wear a jersey that has been steeped on big days. When they were winning championships in Monaghan […]

Clean bill of health for Glen

By Michael McMullan GLEN can report a clean bill of health ahead of this weekend’s Ulster semi-final showdown with Naomh Conaill. For all the Watties’ underage adventures in Ulster, Saturday’s clash at O’Neill’s Healy Park will be their first-ever meeting with the Glenties side. “Thankfully we came out (from the Cargin game) and there are […]

McGuinness relishing Glen litmus test

By Ryan Ferry NAOMH Conaill full-forward Charlie McGuinness says his team will relish the challenge as they aim to dethrone the reigning Ulster champions Glen this Saturday. The Maghera side won the Ulster title last season and went all the way to the All-Ireland Final where they lost in controversial circumstances against Kilmacud Crokes. Glen […]

McCague: Scotstown not looking past Kilcoo challenge

By Shaun Casey EXPERIENCE is key in the Ulster Club Championship, but it’s not necessarily an advantage this year says Scotstown boss David McCague. The An Bhoth men have dominated the Monaghan club scene over the past decade, winning eight championships in 11 years and are no strangers to the provincial scene. However, given the talent […]

Magpies set sights on Scotstown

By Shaun Casey FOR two teams that have dominated their respective county championships, there isn’t that much recent history between Kilcoo and Scotstown as they lock horns on Sunday (Páirc Esler, 3.15pm) for the first time since 2016. That was a preliminary round tie which the Magpies edged on their way to reaching a second […]