Corduff set for ‘daunting’ semi-final task

By Michael McMullan SUNDAY’S meeting with Castlerahan is a massive step up for his side, insists Corduff manager Seamus McEnaney. The former Farney boss was player/manager the last time they were intermediate champions. 24 years ago, and his voice was buzzing with enthusiasm on the back of Farney league and championship double. The club were […]

Banty: It’s the best feeling of my life

By Kieran Lynch CORDUFF claimed the Monaghan Intermediate Football Championship crown in the most dramatic of fashions, with Keith McEnaney’s last-gasp goal seeing them defeat Magheracloone 2-4 to 0-9 in the decider. Corduff are managed by former Monaghan boss Seamus ‘Banty’ McEnaney, who remarkably has two sons, John and Gavin, and six nephews on the […]

JOE BROLLY: David, Pat and Ervin

I INTERVIEWED David Gough at the weekend, our greatest referee. He supports my four new rules. Q. The sweeper is the real game killer? A. It is. It has become an awful boring game to watch Joe. Even to referee. It is dreadful. I wouldn’t go to watch a football match now and I used […]

The Man in the Middle

Corduff whistler Pat McEnaney has seen it all and done it all. He talks to Shaun Casey about an eventful officiating career. PAT McEnaney was the man in the middle the last time Kerry and Galway clashed on All-Ireland final day and this Sunday Ulster will once again be represented as the two great counties […]

McEnaney: VAR ‘will come to GAA’

By Shaun Casey FORMER inter-county referee Pat McEnaney believes that the GAA will introduce VAR (Video Assistance Referee) technology “within the next ten years.” The Corduff clubman points to the number of rule changes that have been added to Gaelic Games in the past two decades and believes the introduction of VAR is the next […]