Final four face off in Farney County

By Shaun Casey SEMI-FINALS are for winning and at St Tiernach’s Park this Sunday, four teams are 60 minutes away from securing their spot in the Monaghan SFC final. Scotstown are part of the furniture on county final day at this stage, having featured in the last ten, while Clontibret have collected the Mick Duffy Cup […]

Former Galbally player expecting a hard-fought contest

By Alan Rodgers BIG wins in their run to the Ulster final are ensuring that Galbally will be in confident mood as their journey towards provincial honours reaches its climax with this weekend’s decider against Corduff. It has been a championship journey brimming with excitement for the Pearses as they aim to erase the disappointment […]

‘Banty’ enjoying the journey as major final test awaits

By Shaun Casey CORDUFF’S championship journey began with a loss to old rivals Magheracloone in the opening round of the group stages in Monaghan, but Seamus McEnaney’s side regrouped and refocused and have never looked back since. They eventually earned their revenge, defeating Magheracloone in both Monaghan league and championship finals and this Saturday, they hope to […]

Dates, times and venues announced for Ulster finals

THE  Senior and Intermediate Ulster finals are set to take place on Saturday 10 December and Sunday 11 December and Ulster GAA have announced the dates, times and venues for those games. The eagerly anticipated Ulster final between Kilcoo and Glen is set to be played at the Athletic Grounds, Armagh, the same venue where […]

Corduff set for ‘daunting’ semi-final task

By Michael McMullan SUNDAY’S meeting with Castlerahan is a massive step up for his side, insists Corduff manager Seamus McEnaney. The former Farney boss was player/manager the last time they were intermediate champions. 24 years ago, and his voice was buzzing with enthusiasm on the back of Farney league and championship double. The club were […]

Hughes: Saval ready for Ulster journey

By Shaun Casey SAVAL are relishing the “massive opportunity” to compete in the Ulster Championship as they travel to Inniskeen this weekend to take on Monaghan champions Corduff. Former Down star Danny Hughes took his native club to the promised land in the Mourne County and is now aiming for more success in the provincial competition. […]