By Michael McMullan LAVEY are taking nothing for granted ahead of Saturday’s clash with Newbridge (Owenbeg, 4pm) insists manager Gary Cushnahan. Sunday’s win over Swatragh sealed second place behind Glen and the tie of the round this weekend against a Newbridge side with a similar age profile. “They have been fantastic all year and for […]
By Michael McMullan THERE will be no relegation from the Derry Senior Football Championship this season after Derry CCC informed clubs they were cancelling the four relegation play-offs. At the start if the year, Derry CCC planned to shrink their 16-team Senior Championship and Division One to 12 teams for the 2023 season, via four […]
THE race for the Fr Collins Cup begins for real this weekend with the semi-finals down for decision. DERRY SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINALS KEVIN LYNCH’S V SWATRAGH Saturday, Sleacht Néílll, 4.45pm Advertisement KEVIN Lynch’s were the team to beat in Group B and nobody succeeded in doing it, Banagher were the closest and they only […]
By Shaun Casey ONE week is a tough turnaround to prepare for an All-Ireland final, but Katie Mullan believes the tightknit nature of the Eoghan Rua team – along with the experience within the group – will help with preparations ahead of their game with Clanmaurice. “We played our Ulster quarter-final, semi-final and final three […]
Eoghan Ruadh’s Ciaran McGoldrick says the bond among the players is one of the team’s strengths.
Ulster Club Football Championship Semi-Final Scotstown 1-14 Coleraine 2-10 From Odhrán Crumley at Healy Park Advertisement It took a last gasp free from Rory Beggan to rescue victory from the jaws of defeat as Scotstown scored the last five points to beat Coleraine. Conor McCarthy and Ciaran Mullan hit early goals for their sides as […]
In this week’s Gaelic Life, Coleraine’s Ciaran Mullan speaks to Niall Gartland ahead of his team’s semi-final clash against Scotstown. After winning their first ever Derry senior title in 2010, Eoghan Rua are now in touching distance of their first ever provincial decider but a mammoth task stands in their way. “We’re taking Ulster more […]
Ulster Club Senior Football Championship Quarter Final Castlerahan 0-11 Coleraine 2-11 Colm McGoldrick hit the net twice as Coleraine overcame Castlerahan to set up a semi-final meeting with Monaghan winner’s Scotstown. Advertisement Eoghan Rua made appeared to be in driving seat as they led by six at the break, full forward Colm McGoldrick finishing two fine […]
From Odhrán Crumley at Celtic Park Derry Senior Football Championship Final 2018 Coleraine 1-12 Advertisement Lavey 0-12 Coleraine have claimed their first Derry Senior Football Championship since 2010 with a 1-12 to 0-12 win over Lavey at Celtic Park. Lavey were left to rue early missed chances as Coleraine struck the net in […]
The Ulster council has changed a rule implemented on Ulster Club champions which some Antrim clubs felt was too punitive.