Something special

By Shaun Casey WHAT makes Sleacht Néill so special? If you’re to believe Aoife Ní Chaiside, then there’s not that much really. But we all know different. Over the last decade, the club has emerged as one of the best in the land at football, hurling and camogie. Under the watchful eye of Mickey Moran, […]

‘Massive game’ for Derry in promotion race

BY KIERAN LYNCH DERRY are hoping to keep their Division 2A 100 per cent winning record in tact when they host Kerry this weekend. They have defeated Cavan and Westmeath to this point, and whilst manager PJ O’Mullan believes their performances can improve, they have been picking up wins, and that’s all that matters. “We’re […]

All-Stars Camogie Player of the Year

NO easy task. It’s been a particularly special year for Ulster Club Camogie, and our task is to whittle it all down and name a Camogie Player of the Year award at our All-Star ceremony on March 10. Loughgiel banished the ghosts of yesteryear by claiming a magical victory over Sleacht Néill in the Ulster […]

A tenth meeting of Ulster’s top dogs

By Michael McMullan THE more things change, the more they stay the same. Eight years may have passed, but it’s still Sleacht Néill and Loughgiel at loggerheads to become champions of Ulster. Saturday’s clash in Newry will be the tenth meeting of the clubs with the Antrim champions searching for a first title since 2015 […]