Traglach Bradley hoping to inspire next generation at Glenullin

By Michael McMullan WINNING back-to-back titles has generated plenty of interest in Glenullin who take on Ballyhaise in Saturday’s Ulster semi-final at O’Neill’s Healy Park. With Derry invoking a promotion freeze as part of their championship restructure, the ‘Glen were back in the intermediate ranks and took aim at retaining their title. “I get a […]

McNicholl feels that Glenullin have more to give

By Michael McMullan GLENULLIN have a wrong to right this weekend when they take on Glenravel on Sunday at Celtic Park. They were on the wrong end of a hammering at the hands of a Galbally team who went all the way to the All-Ireland final last year. “It did hurt,” stated Neil McNicholl, who […]

Glenravel’s Ulster buzz continues

By Michael McMullan IT’S a different code but there’s still an Ulster buzz in Glenravel as they prepare Sunday’s date with Glenullin at Celtic Park. There have been hurling, ladies’ football and camogie ventures in recent seasons and the men carry the torch this week. After losing to Dunloy in last season’s championship finale, Joe […]

A Portadown link in Ulster clash between Glenullin and Glenravel

By Michael McMullan THE Portadown soccer camp will have an interest in Sunday’s Ulster Intermediate clash of Glenullin and Glenravel at Celtic Park. Eamon Fyfe and Eoin Bradley are strikers who will be in opposite camps after playing in Wednesday’s League Cup win over Crusaders. Fyfe bagged the winner and Glenravel will be hoping he […]

Bradley: All Saints have had to dip into playing pool

LIAM ‘Baker’ Bradley says that his All Saints, Ballymena team have done well even to reach the Antrim Intermediate final against Glenravel this Saturday. The reason for that is that his team have been hit by a major injury crisis with nearly half of their usual starting line-up sidelined with injury, including county duo Paddy […]

Glenravel boss hoping for redemption in Intermediate final

By Niall Gartland GLENRAVEL are back where they want to be after the disappointment of losing last year’s Antrim Intermediate Championship final, and manager Joe Cassidy hopes they give a much better account of themselves when they take on All Saints, Ballymena this Sunday. The former Derry player acknowledges that the victors in last year’s […]

Glenravel return to top flight

By Michael McMullan GLENRAVEL are back in Division One after an absence of 17 years and now begin a crusade to go one better than last year’s intermediate championship final defeat. “Finally, we have got back to where a lot of the boys in the club would say we should be, so hopefully we can […]

Fairytale ending for Brídíní Óga

By Shaun Casey TO win an All-Ireland you need a certain amount of luck, and in most cases, you have to make your own. “When things are going your way, they’re going your way,” said Rodney Kerr, who guided his Brídíní Óga side to a first ever All-Ireland title last Saturday. In the difficult conditions that […]

Glenravel eye more silver

By Michael McMullan THERE is an even bigger buzz in Glenravel this week as the club look forward to another two county finals with a treble lingering in the back of the mind. With the Intermediate Ladies Football title in the bag, 12 of the players take on Portglenone in camogie this weekend with the […]

All-Ireland champions set for Glenravel welcome

By Michael McMullan ALL-IRELAND Junior ladies champions Antrim will have their official homecoming on Wednesday night (7pm) in Glenravel. It comes a week after the county were crowned All-Ireland junior camogie title. The Saffrons won their first All-Ireland title in 10 years after Saturday’s replay win over Fermanagh. Advertisement Antrim were in a commanding position […]