By Michael McMullan THE hurt of watching Ryan Connolly’s late winner dissect the posts in last season’s Cavan final added an extra log to the Arva fire over the winter. They watched on as Drumlane went all the way to an Ulster final they lost to Stewartstown on penalties. The season before that, Cavan champions […]
By Michael McMullan BALLYMAGUIGAN are 60 minutes away from completing the treble with the league and cup silverware already banked for the season. Standing in their way are Moneymore in Saturday’s JFC final (Owenbeg, 6pm) and manager Patsy Bateson is well aware of the challenge. Ballymaguigan were 1-19 to 3-8 winners when Moneymore came to […]
By Michael McMullan DERRY’S target is simple this week. Avoid defeat at the hands of Clare and they are on the way back to Division One for the first time since 2015. While a tenth game unbeaten since the 2022 All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Galway will see them through, it’s hard to imagine anything other […]
NFL Division Two Derry 0-16 Limerick 0-4 By Michael McMullan DERRY got their league campaign off to a winning start at home to Limerick on Saturday afternoon. Advertisement On a day that Conor Glass captained the Oakleafers for the first time, they led 0-7 to 0-2 at half time. It was comfort and dominance with […]
DERRY has been confirmed as the host city for the 2023 GAA World Games. The five-day event will feature matches over four days in the Derry centre of excellence in Owenbeg from July 24-27 next summer, with a day of finals taking place in Croke Park on July 28. Planning has commenced for the event […]
DERRY GAA are reporting a surplus of almost £350K for the 2021 financial year. In his report for Monday’s AGM, Treasurer Martin Devlin has published the county’s financial standing, with a surplus of £348,842, which increased from the £201K reported last year. It follows from their statement last year that the board were now ‘debt […]
From Odhrán Crumley There were three games up for decision in both the junior and intermediate Ulster Club championship with Fermanagh’s Aghadrumsee and Derry duo Banagher and Limavady advancing. Ulster Intermediate Club Football Championship Preliminary Round Advertisement Banagher (Derry) 2-11 Belnaleck (Fermanagh) 0-9 After waiting 66 years to claim a championship at senior level, […]
Tyrone will be appearing at Owenbeg for the first time at Senior level on Sunday.