Convery hopes success inspires the next generation

By Michael McMullan AS Bronagh Mulholland’s voice bellowed into the Maghera sky on Sunday night, she introduced the entire Glen squad as they stepped up onto the lorry container to take their moment of applause from fans thronged below them. Committee member, mother of players Cathal and Eunan, she took extra delight when it was […]

Penalty practice doesn’t weigh heavy on Glen’s preparations

By Michael McMullan GLEN manager Malachy O’Rourke has revealed his side has spent “very little” time practicing penalties as part of their preparation. Sunday’s Ulster final clash with Kilcoo is expected to be every bit as tightly contested as last year’s extra-time clash of the teams. The All-Ireland champions needed a penalty shoot-out to see […]

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 […]

Glen’s second coming shoots them to last four

ULSTER CLUB SFC QUARTER-FINAL Glen 3-10 Errigal Ciaran 1-12 By Michael McMullan A POWERFUL and purposeful second half – with Ethan Doherty to the fore – saw Glen advance from Sunday’s Celtic Park cauldron and book their semi-final spot with Cargin. Advertisement Goals from Conor Convery, Ethan and Alex Doherty did the trick in a […]

We wanted to change the club’s culture: Michael Warnock

By Michael McMullan HE had number six on his back, but Michael Warnock grabbed two points in an all-action Man of the Match display as Glen retained their Derry senior title. ‘Spike’ mixed a marking role on Sleacht Néill playmaker Christopher ‘Sammy’ Bradley with putting Glen on the front foot and his first point kicked […]

A different feeling for Glass as Glen retain their Derry title

By Michael McMullan IT was a “different sort” of feeling for Glen after retaining their Derry title insists midfielder Conor Glass. The Wattys were 1-12 to 0-7 winners over neighbours Sleacht Néill in Sunday’s decider, a game that followed the path of the sides’ showdown last year. Glass felt getting the early lead was a […]

Bradley backs the character in the Glen ranks

By Michael McMullan EMMETT Bradley has backed the character in the Glen ranks as they continue the defence of their Derry title this weekend. The Watties were 1-14 to 0-11 winners over Magherafelt and take on a Newbridge team in their first semi-final since 1994. After waltzing to glory last season, Glen made it to […]