KEVIN CASSIDY: A humdinger awaits

WE are now left with the last two teams standing in this year’s Ulster Club Senior Football Championship. When looking at the overall competition, I don’t think that anyone can argue with the two dominant teams that have made their way through to the final. Both Kilcoo and Glen have beaten in front of them […]

Kilcoo’s comfort comes from years of practice

By Michael McMullan A LOOK at Kilcoo’s starting team from their win over Enniskillen. From the games they’ve played across the Down and Ulster championship, scores are dripping across every line. Niall Kane’s four points all came from placed balls. Every bother person has scored from play. Eugene Branagan didn’t start, but add in his […]

Nothing but the best will be enough insists Connor Carville

By Michael McMullan CONNOR Carville’s take this weekend’s showdown with Kilcoo is simple. Glen must roll out their best performance possible if they’ve any chance of ferrying the Seamus McFerran Cup along Maghera street on Sunday night. The Glen skipper’s troublesome knee injury forced him off in the dying embers of last season’s gut-wrenching defeat […]

Build it and they will come – the story of the St Paul’s minor tournament

For four decades, the cream of minor club football spent the Christmas period jostling for top spot in the St Paul’s tournament. Michael McMullan takes a look at its beginning and lasting legacy. BRIAN Coyle always loved minor football. The entertainment on view always appealed to him. The open and free style pushed his buttons. […]

Sleacht Néill still on the hunt for new boss

By Michael McMullan SLEACHT Néill are still searching for a new senior football manager to succeed Paul Bradley who stepped down after three years in charge. The club confirmed to Gaelic Life that a sub-committee has been formed to take care of the appointment and are still currently actively searching for a manager. It comes […]

KEVIN CASSIDY: My leading contenders for All-Ireland club glory

NOW that we are heading into December a lot of the pretenders to the throne have fallen by the wayside, and now we are left with the cream of the crop as the race for provincial and All-Ireland glory warms up. Having watched a lot of the provincial club games over the last number of […]

Kilcoo are the underdogs says Devlin

By Shaun Casey FOR the neutral, they got exactly what they wanted last weekend. An Ulster final between the reigning provincial and All-Ireland champions Kilcoo and the new up-and-comers Glen in a repeat of last year’s semi-final showdown. Three points separated the sides after extra time in 2021 and while the pair have only ever […]