One step from Croke Park date

All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship semi-final Derry v Cork Sunday, UMPC Nowlan Park, 4pm By Kieran Lynch DERRY are just one win away from contesting this year’s All-Ireland Intermediate final in Croke Park, and midfielder Caoimhe Glass is hoping that they can play to their full potential against Cork this Sunday to reach the Promised Land. […]

Derry championship dates finalised

By Michael McMullan DERRY CCC have finalised the dates, venues and time for their club championship programme which swings into action. The championships will again be played in a group format, leading into the knock-out stages. Glen will begin their defence of the John McLaughlin Cup in a group that includes Claudy, Banagher and Swatragh. […]

Glen set to retain the services of Malachy O’Rourke

By Micbael McMullan MALACHY O’Rourke is set to remain in charge of Glen for a second season, Gaelic Life understands. O’Rourke and Ryan Porter led a management team that delivered the club’s first ever Derry senior title in 2021. After wins over Scotstown and St Eunan’s in Ulster, Glen were pipped after extra time by […]

Performance levels most important thing for Kilcoo

By Michael McMullan BOOKIES’ odds don’t mean anything in Kilcoo. There is only one thing that matters – football. Tucked under the lip of Lough Island Reavy above, their facilities befit the tag of Ulster champions. “There is no messing about and no fools are suffered lightly,” said coach Richard Thornton of their sheer passion […]

O’Rourke says Glen have to deal with an ‘intercounty standard’ Kilcoo attack

By Niall McCoy FOR all the intrigue, backstories and possibilities surrounding Sunday’s highly-anticipated Ulster Club semi-final at the Athletic Grounds, there is one major thing bothering Glen manager Malachy O’Rourke – how to stop an “intercounty standard” Kilcoo attack. The Fermanagh native has always kept a curious glance on bits and bobs around the rest […]

Swatragh boss talks up Glen

Glen’s house is in very good order at the moment. The Watties have carried their successful underage form through to senior level, so much so that they are in fifth place in division one, just one point behind joint leaders Ballinascreen and the Loup. Their opponents are Swatragh, who are a bit further back in […]