The players who paved the way for Omagh St Enda’s

Niall Gartland spoke to four men about their recollections of playing in – and winning – Tyrone Senior Championship finals for Omagh St Enda’s. WHERE they led, the rest duly followed. At a specially convened event in Caife 32 at Healy Park, members of the hallowed Omagh St Enda’s teams of years gone by were […]

PREVIEW: All-Ireland title is up for grabs

Electric Ireland Minor Football Championship Final Derry v Armagh Sunday, O’Neill’s Healy Park, 2pm By Michael McMullan IT’S like last year only it’s different in the race for the Tom Markham Cup. Derry and Armagh lock horns for the third time this season in Sunday’s All-Ireland Minor final. Advertisement When the Oakleafers won their sixth […]

Hogan Cup: In a class of their own

Omagh CBS are back in the Hogan Cup final and Niall Gartland takes a look at the Ulster schools that have featured on All-Ireland final day in the competition since 2010 2023 OMAGH CBS OMAGH CBS claimed the Hogan Cup in style last St Patrick’s Day as they lay waste to a shell-shocked Summerhill College at […]

Gormley glad to see Reds get off the mark

By Barry O’Donnell OMAGH bore the brunt of Trillick’s pent-up frustration with their flat opening day league performance as the Reds cantered to victory last Sunday. Jody Gormley’s charges had started their defence of their ACL Division One crown with a seven point reversal against Donaghmore the previous weekend, but in their first home tie […]

TYRONE PREVIEWS: A blockbuster weekend in the Red Hand County

TYRONE SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINALS CLONOE V DONAGHMORE Saturday, Edendork, 1pm CLONOE have had a tough time of it this season, finishing in the relegation play-off zone, but they showed commendable character in their first-round win over Moortown. Donaghmore were also forced to dig deep as they battled past Greencastle after extra-time. There seems to be […]

Feature: Ones to watch

The Tyrone Senior Championship gets underway in a week’s time and we take a look at a handful off the players who are likely to make an impact in the battle for the O’Neill Cup. Darragh Canavan (Errigal Ciaran) CANAVAN has been in scintillating attacking form for Errigal Ciaran during their league campaign. He’s scored heavily […]

Omagh take Tyrone camogie to task

By Niall Gartland OMAGH St Enda’s have issued a hard-hitting statement lambasting the Tyrone Camogie board for their “refusal” to refix their Bridie McMenamin Post Primary Championship final against Naomh Treasa of Dungannon. Tyrone camogie’s decision to award the title to Naomh Treasa by default has earned the ire of the St Enda’s club, whose […]