Ardboe took home the O’Neill Cup 25 years ago. Benny Hurl and Brian McGuigan were key cogs in their winning team. Michael McMullan went to meet them. THE glint in Brian McGuigan and Benny Hurl’s eyes tells it all. It’s a random Thursday evening in Ardboe and their hands are clasped on the O’Neill Cup […]
By Alan Rodgers TWO decades on and the scene which greeted Kevin Hughes in the immediate aftermath of the final whistle on that fateful day in September 2003 is still etched on his memory. Thousands of fans were converging onto the Croke Park pitch. The Killeeshil clubman managed to get the ideal vantage point to […]
Red Hand legend pays tribute to departing Harte
Tyrone may have won 15 Ulster titles in their history, but they celebrated yesterday’s like it was the first.
TYRONE legend Brian McGuigan believes that Donegal have overtaken his native county and now look most likely to prevail in the upcoming Ulster Championship. The Red Hands are tipped by the bookies to defend their title, even if they had a flat league campaign, finishing sixth in Division One. By contrast, Donegal defied expectations of […]
GAELIC Life columnist Brian McGuigan has taken a detailed look back at the highs and lows of his footballing career.
GAELIC Life columnist Brian McGuigan believes that teams like Slaughtneil and Kilcoo have the opportunity to dominate their counties for the foreseeab