Carr’s Crosserlough chasing last-four redemption

By Shaun Casey TWELVE months on from their heart-breaking extra-time defeat to Granemore in the Ulster semi-final, Crosserlough camogs are back in the last four and eyeing up redemption for what happened last year when they face Down champions Kilcoo on Saturday. “We’re looking forward to the weekend,” says Crosserlough boss Michael Carr. “We were […]

Granemore camogs back competing on the Ulster stage

By Shaun Casey GRANEMORE camogs are back competing in the Ulster Championship after a three-year absence, and they open their account against a Crosserlough side that saw off Glen by the minimum in round one. It’s new territory for a lot of the St Mary’s players, who have made the breakthrough to the senior team in recent […]

Crosserlough ready for Ulster shot

By Niall Gartland MORALE is high among the Crosserlough camogs heading into their Ulster Championship preliminary round clash against Glen this weekend, says their manager Michael Carr. Last year’s Senior Championship final defeat to Laragh United in Cavan was a bitter pill to swallow, and a somewhat unexpected result, but they made amends with a […]

Gunning switches focus to Glen camogie’s Ulster campaign

By Niall Gartland A MATTER of days after picking up a second senior medal in Glen’s win over Sleacht Néill, Paul Gunning is in the thick of preparing the club’s camogie team for a bash at the Ulster Championship. Gunning, who manages the side with his father Sean, has said before that working with the […]