CAVAN and Down have named their teams for Saturday’s Tailteann Cup quarter-final at Kingspan Breffni. Kilcoo forward Ryan Johnston returns to Down’s starting line-up having missed their last game, a deserved victory over Longford, through injury. Another Kilcoo man, Miceal Rooney, has also been recalled to the starting 15, while Patrick Branagan is set to […]
ULSTER CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL Armagh v Down Sunday, Clones, 4pm By Niall Gartland THEY say that a week is a long time in politics and the very same maxim could be applied to the dog-eat-dog world of inter-county football. It wasn’t long ago that Armagh were being written off as a contender to the big prizes […]
IT’S just minutes after Down’s win over Donegal. The sun is out and the fans pour on. Ceilum Doherty had that pleasant smile across his boyish face. For a footballing fanatic, life is more than good. This is living. These are the days you kick against the gable wall for. Soaking up every nugget of […]
By Michael McMullan RYAN Johnston will be ready for action when Down take on rivals Armagh on Sunday in Clones (4pm) insists assistant manager Marty Clarke. The Kilcoo star kicked 0-3 in a Man of the Match performance against Donegal on Sunday before being replaced after an hour and didn’t look to be moving too […]
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By Kieran Lynch KILCOO are Down champions once again. It was anything but easy for the Magpies, as Warrenpoint went with them toe-to-toe, but as Kilcoo always seem to do, they found a way to win. Having led by four midway through the second half, Kilcoo allowed the ’Point to fight their way back to […]
KILCOO have been dealt a huge blow ahead of Sunday’s heavyweight clash against Slaughtneil as Ryan Johnston has been ruled out with a broken foot.
THERE’S an awe and mystique about St Colman’s, Newry that few schools in Ulster have the ability to replicate.
Even the mighty Michael Murphy couldn’t stop Kilcoo on Sunday afternoon, as the Down champions confirmed their passage into the Ulster Club semi-final. Kilcoo showed all their resourcefulnes and determination during the 1-12 to 1-6 win at Pairc Esler. They were trailing by 1-4 to 0-6 at half time, the goal was scored by Michael […]
Down had two forwards in the 2015 NFL Fantasy forward line, they could have the same this year.