Antrim Portglenone THEY have knocked and knocked on the door in recent seasons, but Portglenone have never made it as far as a county final. Niall McKeever and his cousin John, the latter now as manager, were part of the teams of the noughties that danced with St Gall’s on three final days without getting […]

Armagh sweating on fitness of key players

Armagh are sweating on the fitness of a number of key players ahead of Sunday’s Ulster final with reigning champions Derry. Kieran McGeeney’s men ended a 15-year wait to reach the decider when they overcame Down by ten points in the semi-final. But it came at a cost as three key players, Ben Crealey, Ciaran […]

Grimley set for spell on the sidelines

NIALL Grimley looks set to miss out on the rest of Armagh’s championship campaign having recently picked up a knee injury. Gaelic Life understands that Grimley damaged his knee (MCL) in training and will be sidelined for 10-12 weeks. The knock isn’t as bad as first feared, but with the reduced championship window, Grimley is […]

Madden turning attention towards the championship

By Shaun Casey MADDEN’S chances of competing for a League title are gone according to boss Mickey Grimley and attention will now turn towards the Championship. Madden, along with Crossmaglen and Armagh Harps, are four points behind leaders Killeavy who have beaten the Raparees twice in the league. “We’ve sort of give up on the […]