LEGEND is a word that’s wheeled about all too often nowadays, but one thing is for sure, Francie Bellew was, still is and always will be an Armagh and Crossmaglen legend. Every now and then, usually in the off season when there’s little to write about, an article of ‘GAA’s hardest men’ will do the […]
Kings for a Day is available for pre-order here. ‘IT didn’t matter how many All-Ireland titles Down had in the past; we just had in our minds total focus that we were going to win the Ulster Championship. “Nothing was going to stop us. The guys put a lot of effort in and they […]
By Michael McMullan CALM and collected. You don’t need to be talking to Enda McNulty for too long to get an insight into the building blocks for Armagh’s success. There is no fluff. Every word has a purpose. The sentences are carefully crafted. Communication doesn’t kick the ball over the bar for you, but it […]
Old Orchard foe looks back on that managerial rivalry
Translink and Ulster GAA have teamed up for the second year to launch the 2018 Coach of the Year awards. All-Ireland winning manager, Joe Kernan was in attendance to help launch the initiative which celebrates the work carried out by volunteer club coaches across the province for the lasting impressions they make on both individuals […]
GAELIC Life columnist Ciaran McKeever has spoken about the time he was banned for eight weeks.
John Morrison says the best managers know when to say they are wrong.
John Morrison explains how a club can start a winning culture.
TWENTY-NINE clubs, nine counties, five sports, three continents and two universities – the Armagh 2002 squad’s managerial numbers.