Back-to-backs for Cootehill hurlers

By Niall Gartland COOTEHILL have copper fastened their position as the foremost team in Cavan club hurling by retaining their senior championship crown with a convincing win over Mullahoran last weekend. Their has been a perceptible shift at the top end of Cavan hurling in recent seasons as Mullahoran’s form has dipped after winning all […]

Ramor aim to adapt to injuries ahead of quarter-final clash

By Niall Gartland RAMOR boss John Brady hopes they can adapt to the loss of a number of their marquee forwards for the knock-out rounds of the championship. Their quarter-final clash against Mullahoran this weekend is a potential banana skin, not only because the Dreadnoughts have exceeded expectations, but because they’ve been hit hard by […]

St.Enda’s make history with maiden Saffron Ulster crown

Ulster Intermediate Club Final 2018 St.Enda’s 2-11 Mullahoran 1-10 History was made in Armagh as St.Enda’s became the first ever Antrim club to claim the intermediate crown. Advertisement Goals from Kristian Healy and James Maskey either side of the half proved to be the difference for the Saffron men as Odhran Eastwood chipping in with […]

The good, the bad and the free-taking competition

From Odhrán Crumley  Since Saturday’s Ulster Intermediate Club Semi-Final was decided by a free-taking competition, debate has raged across social media, terraces, bar stools and media outlets. One overwhelming response is that the GAA community seem to be united that a game should not be decided by this means. The point that players train all […]

Mullahoran win on ‘frees’ to set up St.Enda’s decider

Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship Semi-Final ‘s 2018 St.Enda’s, Glengormley (Antrim) 0-13 Tattyreagh (Tyrone) 1-8 The Antrim kingpins rattled off the last four scores of the game to seal a come from behind win to reach the Ulster Club IFC Final. Substitute Mickey Morgan entered the fray to kick two match winning points in injury […]