By Shaun Casey ROSS McQuillan was one of six Cullyhanna scorers in their impressive 11-point win over Down champions Liatroim as they booked their spot in the Ulster Intermediate Championship final for the first time in their history. McQuillan chipped in with 0-2 while his club and county teammates Aidan Nugent and Jason Duffy also […]
By Oisín Duddy LIATROIM are going up against an extremely strong Cullyhanna side in this weekend’s Ulster Intermediate semi-final in Castleblayney – but team captain Gerard McAnulty said it will take something special to knock them out. The Fontenoys have been here before, winning the Ulster crown in 1998, while their opponents have never been […]
By Shaun Casey ARMAGH teams don’t have a great record in the Ulster Intermediate Championship, but Cullyhanna have a chance to set that record straight. Five teams hailing from the Orchard County have reached the decider in the last 25 years of the competition, but no club from Armagh has ever won the title. Cullyhanna […]
Barry McConville is in his 23rd year of senior football with Cullyhanna as they aim to book an Ulster final place. He chatted to Michael McMullan about his career… YOU don’t need to be chatting to Barry McConville long before you realise why he’s in the throes of a 23rd season of senior football. There […]
By Niall Gartland POMEROY successfully navigated a treacherous path to Tyrone Intermediate Championship glory and they face another massive test when they take on St Patrick’s, Cullyhanna in their first provincial outing this Saturday evening at O’Neill’s Healy Park. Coach John McElholm recognises that there are parallels between the two clubs in terms of their […]
STEPHEN Reel’s transition from player to manager was seamless and the once ferocious Cullyhanna full-back didn’t have long to mull over the decision. Someone needed to take the reins and drag the club through the predicted upcoming sticky period. Reel was handed the bainisteoir bib in 2019 and guided St Patrick’s to the last eight […]
There are some big games down for decision but the biggest is arguably Maghery against Cullyhanna.
GAELIC Life columnist Ciaran McKeever has spoken about the time he was banned for eight weeks.
Maghery’s Shane McConville said the Armagh Championship is much closer.
Crossmaglen’s shock defeat to Cullyhanna saw plenty of reaction on Twitter.