KEVIN CASSIDY: Less obsession, more laughter

WE have barely had time to breathe after the epic league finals with championship action starting with a bang last weekend. The standout result last weekend was undoubtedly Cavan’s massive win over neighbours Monaghan, which I don’t think a lot of people would have predicted. Monaghan struggled during this year’s league campaign. I think a lot […]

New York New York

“IF I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere, it’s up to you New York New York.” Frank Sinatra’s famous New York New York lyrics need no explanation and this year, Johnny McGeeney made it. The Armagh native created his very own slice of history. History that New York or indeed the GAA have never […]


I WAS going to say last weekend saw the start of the All-Ireland Championship but technically it wasn’t, it was only the start of a very diluted provincial championship which for me could turn the season into a disaster. How we can have knock-out provincials into a group of four where three qualify and then another knockout […]

Antrim trio to hurl in the Big Apple

By Michael McMullan DUNLOY must begin the preparations for their defence of the Volunteer Cup after two of their key players have transferred to New York for the summer. Keelan Molloy and Seaan Elliott were key players in Darren Gleeson’s Joe McDonagh Cup winning season with Antrim. The duo have made the transfer to the […]