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, […]

Camogie Manager of the Year Benny Dillon – Loughgiel

THE 2022 season will live long in the memory for Loughgiel Shamrocks, and much of their success can be attributed to camogie manager Benny Dillon who ended the club’s losing Ulster final streak against Sleacht Néill. Dillon came in to take charge at the start of the season and he had one key phrase – […]

Cavan camogs adapting to life at higher standard

By Kieran Lynch CAVAN are adapting to life in a higher division, as last year’s Premier Junior All-Ireland semi-finalists have been rubbing shoulders with some Intermediate sides in Division 2A and they are continuing to learn with each passing test. Cavan have suffered defeats away from home against Derry and Kerry, but in between those […]

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 […]

Antrim and Down hoping to continue winning ways

By Kieran Lynch DIVISION 1B sides Antrim and Down will be looking at this weekend as an opportunity to build on wins they gained last week. Antrim claimed their second win in as many Division 1B games, as they defeated Limerick 2-17 to 1-11 away from home, whilst Down picked up their first win of […]

New Orchard boss chasing fast start

By Kieran Lynch ARMAGH camogs get their new season underway on Saturday as they begin their Division 3A campaign with a home encounter against Mayo. The Orchard County have new management on board for 2023, with Sean Hughes coming in, and he’ll be backed up by Ronan McWilliams. Hughes says that things are coming along […]

Molloy excited by another instalment of final fever

By Michael McMullan SATURDAY’S rescheduled All-Ireland final has brought the excitement to the corridors of St Louis Grammar School. Bun sales, headbands and messages of encouragement from the school community haven’t gone unnoticed with midfielder Katie Molloy. “You can see first and second years walking around with St Louis headbands, they are all excited,” she […]

St Louis making the most of second bite

By Michael McMullan THE last time St Louis Ballymena were vying for an All-Ireland senior B title, Chloe Drain played on a team that were within touching distance of glory. Leading by two points, all they had to do was see it out. Grennan College had other ideas and their late, late goal left the […]

Collins hoping for one last push in All-Ireland showdown

By Michael McMullan IT’S been a season to remember for the camogs of St Patrick’s Maghera and Lavey’s Carla Collins hopes their magical journey isn’t finished yet. The Ulster champions face four-time champions Loreto Kilkenny on Saturday (St Peregrine’s Blanchardstown 2pm) after ousting reigning champions Presentation Athenry in the semi-final. “When we began at the […]

“Paula O’Hagan is just an incredible player to watch”

Check out some of Ciarrai Devlin’s toughest opponents…   Name:  Ciarrai Devlin Age: 25 Advertisement Teams played for: St Mary’s Granemore, Armagh, Ulster, UUJ What team have you enjoyed the most success against? We have had good success against Cavan in recent years but it has always been close. Which team have you enjoyed least […]