Galligan enjoying time as Breffni boss

By Shaun Casey IT was in late September when the white smoke rose in Cavan to signify that they’d finally found their man to take charge of the county team after Mickey Graham had stepped aside after five years of service. Goalkeeper Raymond Galligan retired from playing and traded his goalkeeping gloves and kicking tee for […]

Trio put names in the hat to success Mickey Graham as Breffni boss

ALL-STAR goalkeeper Raymond Galligan is one of three names in  the hat to succeed Mickey Graham as Cavan manager, the Anglo Celt have reported. Micheál McDermott and Jason O’Reilly have also been nominated, with all three nominees’ clubs putting their names forward ahead of Sunday’s deadline. McDermott took Ramor United to Cavan Championship glory and […]

Reilly appointed new Breffni u-20 boss

By Michael McMullan FORMER Breffni attacking ace Larry Reilly has been appointed as the new Cavan u-20 football manager. Following interviews on Monday night, Reilly was the chosen candidate and announced on Tuesday night. The Knockbride man has been given a three-year term, subject to ratification. Reilly succeeds outgoing boss Damien Donohoe who spent three […]

Mickey Graham steps down from Cavan post

By Michael McMullan CAVAN GAA will meet “as soon as possible” to a process in place to appoint new senior football manager. It comes after Mickey Graham’s decision on Monday to step down after five years in the post. The Cavan Gaels man, who had an original three-year term, had one year left of an […]

Making its mark

By Shaun Casey SINCE the attacking mark was added to the GAA rulebook a few years ago, it probably hasn’t been used and abused as much as Down and Cavan adapted the rule in last week’s Tailteann Cup quarter-final. Both teams utilized the mark very differently. The Mourne men’s adaptation was very much old school, […]

Cavan boss Graham to ponder future

By Shaun Casey MICKEY Graham remains undecided on his future as Cavan manager as his side’s season came to a premature end on Saturday afternoon. Tailteann Cup favourites Cavan lost to Down in the quarter-final, in Breffni Park, by five points. That brought a close to Graham’s five year in charge of his native county, […]

Cavan and Down name teams for Tailteann Cup clash

CAVAN and Down have named their teams for Saturday’s Tailteann Cup quarter-final at Kingspan Breffni. Kilcoo forward Ryan Johnston returns to Down’s starting line-up having missed their last game, a deserved victory over Longford, through injury. Another Kilcoo man, Miceal Rooney, has also been recalled to the starting 15, while Patrick Branagan is set to […]

Smith exits Cavan panel due to work commitments

By Shaun Casey CAVAN will be without James Smith for the remainder of the 2023 season as the Crosserlough man has left the panel due to work commitments. The 24-year-old started at midfield in both of Cavan’s Tailteann Cup outings against Laois and London but won’t feature for the rest of the campaign. Smith was […]