By Alan Rodgers ONE moment in last Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final encapsulated all that is good about what Conor Quinn has offered Galbally throughout a career which will reach another milestone when he lines out for them at Croke Park this Sunday. As their All-Ireland semi-final clash approached its climax, he embarked on a big run […]
By Alan Rodgers A GROWING reputation of a top young manager has combined with the wily experience of a coach with impeccable credentials to provide the Midas touch for Galbally in their quest for honours this year. Joe McMahon from Omagh and Paddy Crozier from Ballymaguigan in south Derry are enjoying the journey that the Pearses […]
By Alan Rodgers BIG wins in their run to the Ulster final are ensuring that Galbally will be in confident mood as their journey towards provincial honours reaches its climax with this weekend’s decider against Corduff. It has been a championship journey brimming with excitement for the Pearses as they aim to erase the disappointment […]
By Alan Rodgers A DEFEAT in the Ulster Intermediate final three years ago has chastened Galbally as they aim to reverse their fortunes in this year’s decider. The Pearses meet Corduff of Monaghan in Newry on Saturday night. It’s a game offering them the opportunity to make their mark at provincial level, and they enter the tie […]
By Niall Gartland GALBALLY skipper Aidan Carberry held aloft the Paddy Cullen Cup ago after a sensational victory over Edendork in the Tyrone Intermediate Championship three weeks ago, but the celebrations have been put on hold as they look ahead to Sunday’s provincial opener against Glenullin. The Pearses embarked on a memorable run in the […]
By Barry O’Donnell GALBALLY manager Paddy Crozier praised the battling qualities of his side after they clinched their second Tyrone Intermediate Championship title in four seasons with a thrilling victory over fancied Edendork on Sunday afternoon in Omagh. The Pearses came out on top of a sea-saw encounter 2-11 to 3-7, all the goals coming […]
Not every county star burns brightest early in their career, but Derry’s Kevin McCloy took a late march to greatness. Michael McMullan went to meet him… IF you are looking for a definition of a late developer, you’d do well to find a better example than Kevin McCloy. Along with close friend Paddy Bradley, they […]
GAELIC Life columnist Gerard O’Kane has said that while Kildare have won the battle, the GAA will win the war.