By Shaun Casey DEREK Dunne believes his Killeavy team can give the Ulster Junior Championship “a right rattle” if their attitude is right. The south Armagh men take on Cootehill on Sunday at Kingspan Breffni (1.30pm) to open their campaign. “I think if you have the right attitude and be dogged, because weather plays an awful […]
By Shaun Casey OFF the back of a second three in a row of championship titles in the last decade, Cootehill are aiming to now make their mark on the provincial scene. The Cavan county champions overcame East Cavan Gaels at the start of August to retain the title and this weekend, 12 weeks on […]
By Shaun Casey 2021 Armagh Senior Championship winning manager Tommy Coleman has been announced as the new Killeavy manager. Coleman guided his native Clann Eireann to their first championship crown since 1963, defeating Crossmaglen in a dramatic final. Coleman takes over from Wayne Kierans, who stepped down following a one-year stint in charge. The Louth […]
By Shaun Casey 2022 was a difficult season for Ciaron O’Hanlon. A series of “niggly injuries” throughout the course of the season saw him play just six times and miss out on Armagh’s championship run to the last eight. Unfortunately for O’Hanlon, 2023 may not be much better. A nasty knee injury picked up while […]
By Shaun Casey THE last time Killeavy and Clan na Gael clashed in the championship, back in 2016, both were competing at intermediate level. That was a quarter-final clash which the Clans won on a 1-14 to 0-11 scoreline but Killeavy made the faster step up to senior football. The south Armagh men claimed Intermediate […]
Former Burren manager, Neil Coulter will take over at Killeavy.
Steven McDonnell found club management a challenge.
Paul Gallagher explains how Performa Sport helped Killeavy to win the championship.
KILLEAVY are set to install 2002 All-Ireland winning defender Justin McNulty as their new manager.