It’s early days at Ramor says Pat McNabb

By Niall Gartland BROTHERS Jude and Pat McNabb are in charge of Cavan club Ramor this year, and while it’s early days, so far things have been going according to plan for the natives of Trillick in County Tyrone. Pat McNabb was joint-manager of the Omagh CBS team that won last year’s MacRory and Hogan […]

Improvement needed for Mayobridge minors says Poland

By Michael McMullan MAYOBRIDGE minors will need to improve on their quarter-final performance, insists joint manager Francie Poland. The Down champions were 1-7 to 1-5 winners over St Paul’s and now face Cavan Gaels on St Stephen’s Day (Shaw’s Road, 1pm). When St Paul’s hit their goal midway through the second half, Poland had the […]

Irvinestown braced for tough opener

By Mark McGoldrick IRVINESTOWN manager Shane McDermott is expecting a very difficult task when his side take on Cavan Gaels in the quarter-final of the St Paul’s Ulster Minor Club tournament. For the second year running, the St Molaise side will represent Fermanagh at the provincial competition, which will take centre stage at the St Paul’s GAA club […]

Lyng and Johnston join forces at Cavan Gaels

By Niall Gartland FORMER Cavan Gaels teammates Micheál Lyng and Seanie Johnston have been appointed to the helm of their senior men’s football team. Both men enjoyed glittering careers with the club during their playing days, Lyng winning nine senior championship medals and Johnston winning a remarkable ten. The pair managed Monaghan side Ballybay this […]

Cavan SFC throws in

By Kieran Lynch THE Cavan Senior Football Championship throws in this weekend with all 12 teams in action. The format is a 12-team league table, in which each team will play four games to narrow the field down to eight. From there, the quarter-finals begin. First up are reigning champions Gowna, and they face Lacken […]

A window to a cherished past

IT goes without saying that Cavan GAA has a distinguished past, and celebrating that fact is a dedicated new museum in the grounds of Kingspan Breffni. Officially opened last September by GAA President Larry McCarthy, the gallery is a tasteful flavour of all that has gone before – from the halcyon days when Cavan ruled […]

Reilly set to stay at the helm of Cavan Gaels

By Niall Gartland JASON Reilly will be back at the helm of Cavan Gaels in 2023. The Cavan legend is in his second stint of the club, and will hope to build on some of the progres made last year, which included an incredible league final victory over Crosserlough. It was Gowna who won the […]