Culloville on the brink of senior return

By Shaun Casey CULLOVILLE are currently riding on the crest of a wave, and they are now one win away from a return to senior football for the first time in ten years. The Blues put in a massive weekend just gone by, earning important victories over St Patrick’s Cullyhanna, the league leaders at the […]

New York New York

“IF I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere, it’s up to you New York New York.” Frank Sinatra’s famous New York New York lyrics need no explanation and this year, Johnny McGeeney made it. The Armagh native created his very own slice of history. History that New York or indeed the GAA have never […]

Fighting spirit paying off for O’Sullivan’s Culloville

By Shaun Casey TO win the Armagh Intermediate Camogie Championship for the first time in their history, Culloville needed to muster up all their battling qualities and they’ll carry that same fighting spirit into the Ulster campaign. That’s the view of team captain Roisin O’Sullivan. The Blues saw off a fancied and unbeaten Derrynoose side […]

Do or die in Armagh football and hurling championships

ARMAGH INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI FINALS ST PAUL’S V TULLYSARAN Saturday, Athletic Grounds, 5pm BOTH teams scrapped through their quarter finals, with St Paul’s needing extra time to see off Wolfe Tones while Tullysaran overcame Belleek by one point. St Paul’s may just have too much firepower and that could be the difference. Advertisement Verdict: […]

Culloville on the up after battling win

By Shaun Casey CULLOVILLE’S three-point win over Belleek last Sunday not only stretched their winning streak to seven games, but saw them earn promotion to Division 2A and capture the league title as well. All eyes will turn to the championship now coming up in two weeks’ time, and last year’s beaten finalists will hope to […]

Tír na nÓg closing in on Division 2B promotion

By Shaun Casey TÍR NA NÓG didn’t exactly secure promotion by beating Belleek last Sunday, but they took a massive step towards Division 2A football next season. Their victory over promotion rivals Belleek means that a win this weekend over Crossmaglen IIs will result in them going up, while Belleek host Culloville in a winner-takes-all clash on […]