THIS week, Éabha Lennon looks at the opponents from her career… Age: 19. Teams played for: Mullabrack ladies, St. Brenda’s Camogie Club, Ballymacnab, Ulster University ladies, Armagh camogie, Armagh ladies to minor level, St. Patrick’s High School, Keady camogie and football teams. Who are your main rivals? Advertisement Football would probably be Clan na Gael, and […]
By Shaun Casey BRENDAN Donaghy, having recently retired from inter-county duty after 17-years playing for Armagh, will be player-manager of his home club Clonmore next season along with James Grimley who will hold the same role. The pair helped Clonmore win the Junior Championship title on two occasions, in 2005 and 2011, and both started […]
By Michael McMullan WHEN Brian Diver grabbed the insurance point to sink Carndonagh it sparked a week of celebrations as Letterkenny Gaels won a first county title. Donegal’s newest club travel to Crossmaglen this weekend hoping bonus territory can morph into another championship win. The Gaels, found in 1996, lost last year’s final at the […]
By Michael McMullan DERRYNOOSE will bounce back after Friday’s Armagh Junior Camogie final defeat insists dual player Aoibhínn McKenna. A late Culloville goal dashed the club’s hope of a junior camogie, ladies and men’s football treble. A squad that contains over 20 dual players are back on the horse this Saturday when they travel to […]
By Shaun Casey THE next few weeks will be a special time for the Derrynoose club, as they have three senior teams all competing in championship finals. First up, the ladies meet Clonmore on Friday evening in the Armagh LGFA Junior Championship final while the men have their turn on Sunday when they take on […]
Conor McNally is preparing for a junior championship final.