THE race for the 2022 currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Ladies Club Football Championship titles will be whittled down to six teams over the weekend. Saturday (1.30pm) CurrentAccount.ie All Ireland Senior Club Championship – Semi Final Ballymacarbry (Waterford) v Kilkerrin-Clonberne (Galway), Fraher Field, Dungarvan Ballymacarbry have enjoyed a superb run to the currentaccount.ie All-Ireland semi-finals but now the acid […]
By Kieran Lynch ST ERGNAT’S Moneyglass senior ladies team are gearing up for their first-ever Ulster final this weekend, when they take on provincial kingpins Donaghmoyne. Moneyglass’ manager Charlie O’Kane spoke to Gaelic Life ahead of the decider, and he says that this is an occasion which the club has been building towards for a […]
By Niall Gartland DONAGHMOYNE are bidding for their 13th Ulster Senior Club title this weekend, and Hazel Kingham has played her part in every single one of those successes. It’s almost hard to fathom but she’s also lined out on a yearly basis during Donaghmoyne’s run to 20 successive county titles (a mind-boggling statistic on […]
By Shaun Casey A YOUTHFUL and fearless Lurgan ladies side will take the field against reigning Ulster champions Donaghmoyne this weekend as huge underdogs. But they have “nothing to lose at this stage” according to boss Emmet Daly. Lurgan battled past Donegal champions Termon last weekend and are expecting another tough test on Sunday. “Donaghmoyne, […]
By Kieran Lynch HAVING been promoted from Intermediate to Senior last year, Donaghmoyne approached the 2022 season with the intention of putting an end to their ‘yo-yo’ status between the two grades. With wins claimed over Ballybay, Castleblayney, Latton and Aughnamullen, it’s fair to say that they have more than held their own at the […]
Donaghmoyne’s first half performance was enough to see off Foxrock-Cabinteely.
DONAGHMOYNE’S Frank Markey said the attacking talent coming through the club has played a vital role in their success this season.
AGHAGALLON joint manager Liam Lavery has enjoyed seeing the woolly hats and gloves come out at training over the last couple of sessions.
Sharon Courtney reveals the Donaghmoyne player who gets away with saying whatever she wants.