Tyrone Masters on brink of historic three-peat

By Niall Gartland HISTORY-CHASING Tyrone Masters are one game away from becoming the first team from the county to win three All-Irelands in-a-row but the men from Kerry will be dead set on putting a halt to their charge. The two sides are scheduled to meet in the Dr Mick Loftus Cup showdown at the St […]

Derry Masters is here to stay says Rocks

By Michael McMullan DERRY Masters manager Ronan Rocks insists the county will maintain its interest in the competition after their All-Ireland final with London later this month. The Oakleaf County made the return for the first time in the late 2000s this year and victory over Cork shot them into the intermediate decider against the […]

JOE BROLLY: Masterclass

ALMOST passed out last week when one of the contestants on the Rose of Tralee said that for her party piece, she was going to perform chest compressions on a doll accompanied by Michael Jackson’s ‘Smooth Criminal’ (a song about a violent stranger attack on a woman in her apartment). First, Smooth Criminal started booming out: […]

Orchard’s golden oldies

By Shaun Casey TYRONE have led the way and Armagh are about to follow their near neighbours with the creation of an over-40s team to compete in the GAA Masters competition. The Red Hands are the current back-to-back All-Ireland champions and much as it might pain some wearing orange and white tinted glasses, they are […]

McCreesh brothers play huge role in Red Hands latest triumph

THROUGHOUT his club playing career with Pomeroy Ollie McCreesh’s name always featured high on the scoring charts as he helped the Plunketts to Intermediate success at County and Provincial level. This year he reached the age to qualify to play Masters (over40s) football and after watching his brother Marty help win it last year he […]