By Kieran Lynch THE Cavan Senior Football Championship throws in this weekend with all 12 teams in action. The format is a 12-team league table, in which each team will play four games to narrow the field down to eight. From there, the quarter-finals begin. First up are reigning champions Gowna, and they face Lacken […]
By Michael McMullan SATURDAY sees the resumption of the prestigious Ulster minor football tournament in Belfast. Hosted by St Paul’s, the tournament didn’t take place for the last two seasons and all nine Ulster county champions will do battle to take the title Lavey won on New Year’s Day 2020. Fermanagh champions Irvinestown only recently […]
By Michael McMullan THE draw for the Ulster minor championship has paired Donegal champions Four Masters with the Fermanagh champions in the preliminary round. Four Masters were winners over the Glenswilly in the county final last week and await the winners of the unfinished competition in Fermanagh. Favourites Irvinestown play St Oliver Plunkett’s (a Coa/Ederney […]
By Shaun Casey INJURIES have taken their toll on Cavan champions Ramor United this season, but they’ve had enough to reach the last four of the championship where they’ll now face Killygarry on Sunday afternoon. Attacking aces in the form of Sean McEvoy, who has gone to America and James Brady, currently sidelined having torn […]
By Niall Gartland RAMOR boss John Brady hopes they can adapt to the loss of a number of their marquee forwards for the knock-out rounds of the championship. Their quarter-final clash against Mullahoran this weekend is a potential banana skin, not only because the Dreadnoughts have exceeded expectations, but because they’ve been hit hard by […]
CAVAN SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINALS CAVAN GAELS V GOWNA Friday, Kingspan Breffni, 8pm A HUGE contest as last year’s beaten champions Gowna take on the might of Cavan Gaels. Jason Reilly’s Cavan Gaels came through the group stages as the only team to win alll four of their matches, while Gowna were fortunate enough to sneak […]
By Shaun Casey CURRENT Cavan championship winners Ramor United are under new management, with their own John Brady taking over this season. Brady, who won a Cavan Intermediate championship with Ballyhaise in 2015, has given the county champions some down time before preparing for the 2022 campaign. “It’s a good feeling, there’s a good buzz […]
Ray Cole believes this year’s Cavan championship has been the closest in years.
Ramor Joint manager Ray Cole says that Cavan championship is getting to the difficult stage.