Cadden urges his boys to ‘empty the tank’

By Katrina Brennan MICKEY Cadden will bring a wealth of championship experience to Donagh  this weekend when he bids to lead his Aghadrumsee team to championship honours. The Magpies last won the Junior Championship in 2018 when they beat Coa 0-13 to 1-8. That ended a 28-year wait for silverware for Aghadrumsee, so the trophies […]

Reihill plays down favourites’ tag

By Mark McGoldrick BEFORE a ball was kicked in the Junior Football Championship, Lisnaskea Emmett’s was tipped by many as the outright favourites to lift the title. This Sunday (Donagh 4pm), Lisnaskea will again be carrying the favourites tag against Aghadrumsee and Emmett’s manager John Reihill is adamant that his youthful side won’t be fazed by the pressure. […]

Cadden expecting tougher challenge from Newtown

By Mark McGoldrick FOR the past 10 months, Mickey Cadden has been making over a 140-mile trek from Dunmurry in Belfast to Aghadrumsee for training several times a week. The long journey and commitment has been challenging for the St Macartan’s boss but the reward on offer on Friday night would make it all worthwhile. “It would […]

Round Up – All of Saturday’s Ulster Club Action

From Odhrán Crumley  There were three games up for decision in both the junior and intermediate Ulster Club championship with Fermanagh’s Aghadrumsee and Derry duo Banagher and Limavady advancing.    Ulster Intermediate Club Football Championship Preliminary Round Advertisement Banagher (Derry) 2-11 Belnaleck (Fermanagh) 0-9 After waiting 66 years to claim a championship at senior level, […]