Armagh proving their mettle says Donnelly

By Niall Gartland ARMAGH joint-captain Leanne Donnelly says they were keen to rectify the disappointments of 2023 and now they’re hoping to pick up their second piece of silverware in the space of a month when they take on Antrim Seconds in this weekend’s Ulster Intermediate Championship final. The Orchard County came out second best in […]

McAnallen could’ve become one of the best: Harte

By Michael McMullan THE late Cormac McAnallen could’ve been one of the greatest players to play the game. That was the take of his former minor, u-21 and senior manager Mickey Harte. Speaking to the press after Saturday’s 1-16 to 1-11 to Dublin, on the 20th anniversary of Cormac’s passing, Harte said it will be […]

Sydney club unveils new commemorative GAA jersey

By Niall Gartland THE Cormac McAnallen club in Sydney have unveiled a new jersey to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the late Tyrone captain’s death. The club was founded in January 2005 as a living tribute to McAnallen and the passing of time hasn’t eroded their original mission statement of honouring a true great […]


Ulster Camogie is coming down with exceptionally talented players, so it’s no easy ask to find and anoint a Camogie Player of the Year award in association with Ulster Camogie. This time last year it was Loughgiel Shamrocks sensation Róisín McCormick who was named as the winner, and she was a fitting recipient after a […]

Eglish in All-Ireland semi-final action after lengthy lay-off

By Niall Gartland EGLISH camogs haven’t plotted the typical path to this Saturday’s All-Ireland Intermediate Championship semi-final clash against Meath side Na Fianna. Their last competitive outing was a Tyrone Senior Championship final replay victory over Dungannon-based Naomh Treasa in mid-September as there was no Ulster Intermediate Championship to play for this year. A decision […]

Cormac McAnallen: The Brantry Boy will remain forever young

By Niall Gartland CORMAC McAnallen is forever young. The Brantry Boy is immortalised in the mind’s eye as the fiercely determined Tyrone footballer whose mid-season reinvention as a full-back was the missing piece of the jigsaw in 2003. Four games was all it took for Cormac to nail down the All-Star full-back position. Tyrone’s calamitous […]

Clonduff camog O’Hagan savours Ulster success

By Shaun Casey CLONDUFF edged out old foes Eglish last weekend to earn their first Ulster title since 2019. A super second-half display from Kieran McGourty’s side was enough to capture the trophy, with three points the difference in the end. “It was a great game, Eglish put it up to us every step of […]

Eglish hoping to overcome long layoff

By Shaun Casey EGLISH retained their Tyrone title way back in September and two months on they’re back in action competing in the Ulster Intermediate final. Páirc Esler plays host to their clash with Down champions Clonduff this weekend, as a curtain-raiser to the senior showpiece between Loughgiel and Sleacht Néill. It’s been a long […]

Clonduff out to reverse fortunes

By Kieran Lynch CLONDUFF and Eglish will renew acquaintances once more in the Ulster Intermediate Camogie final when they collide in Páirc Esler this Saturday, and the Hilltown club will be looking to reverse the fortunes of last year’s decider. The sides have met in four provincial finals in recent years, with Eglish winning a […]