Carville hoping glory will inspire the next generation

By Michael McMullan GLEN captain Connor Carville hopes Sunday’s historic win in Croke Park will inspire the next generation of Glen players to follow their dreams. Carville was forced off with an injury in the second half against St Brigid’s to add to the many setbacks dished out to them. With Danny McDermott already on […]

Glass pulls the Wattys all the way to All-Ireland heaven

All-Ireland Club SFC final Glen 2-10 St Brigid’s 1-12 By Michael McMullan Advertisement GLEN saved their messiest and most wasteful performance of the season but Conor Glass pulled them from the depths of despair to be crowned Kings of Ireland. Glass, who had a chance saved in the dying embers of last year’s final, bagged […]

St Brigid’s are the country’s form team says Glen skipper

By Michael McMullan CAPTAIN Connor Carville insists Glen have a vital period of preparation ahead of their All-Ireland showdown with 2013 champions St Brigid’s. After the euphoria ebbed through the fog after their semi-final win over Kilmacud Crok’s, the Glen players were whisked to the dressing room before being swamped by the hordes of fans. […]

Nothing but the best will be enough insists Connor Carville

By Michael McMullan CONNOR Carville’s take this weekend’s showdown with Kilcoo is simple. Glen must roll out their best performance possible if they’ve any chance of ferrying the Seamus McFerran Cup along Maghera street on Sunday night. The Glen skipper’s troublesome knee injury forced him off in the dying embers of last season’s gut-wrenching defeat […]

Carville – Glen still miles away from Derry’s best

By Lee Costello GLEN corner back Connor Carville – who captained St Pat’s Maghera to Macrory and Hogan Cup glory just three years ago – isn’t worried about the future just yet. He just wants to continue the Watty Graham’s development year by year. He said: “I don’t think you can really focus on when […]