By Niall Gartland DROMORE have yet to lose or even draw a game in Division One after seven rounds of action, but their versatile full-back Peter Teague says they aren’t overly-conscious of their winning streak which has catapulted them to the top of the table. Indeed, he says they were ‘disappointed’ by their second-half performance against Ardboe on […]
2002 ULSTER FIRST ROUND REPLAY(Armagh 2-13 Tyrone 0-16) ARMAGH prevailed in a thrilling first-round replay against Tyrone back in 2002 and they never looked back, reaching the Promised Land for the first time in their history at the far end of their campaign with that unforgettable second-half comeback against Kerry. In this first-round replay, Division […]
By Barry O’Donnell RYAN McMenamin was a busy man last weekend. Hours after steering Dromore to an impressive eight-point victory over Dungannon in their opening league game of the season on Friday night, he was due to catch a ‘Red Eye’ flight Saturday morning to London in his role as part of the Cavan backroom […]
By Niall Gartland CAVAN coach Ryan McMenamin is happy to be back as looks ahead to his second year of involvement at the Breffni County. After a sustained stint at Fermanagh – first as assistant to Rory Gallagher and then as manager outright – McMenamin had planned on taking a break from the inter-county game […]
By Alan Rodgers ALL the usual expectations from the Tyrone Senior championship suggest that Dromore should already have been dispatched to the graveyard of champions in the race for the O’Neill Cup. But the St Dympna’s have defied the odds in magnificent fashion and now stand on the brink of reaching the final for the […]
By Barry O’Donnell STRIKING that fine balance between remaining competitive while ushering fresh blood into their ranks has been the chief objective of Ryan McMenamin during the first few months of his managerial tenure at Gardrum Park. The Dromore legend has big boots to fill this season with his predeceSsor- another St Dympna’s stalwart- Colm […]
By Niall Gartland TYRONE champions Dromore have finalised their management for the new season after Collie McCullagh stepped down. Paul McIver, who managed them to championship glory in 2011, will form a joint management ticket with Ryan McMenamin. McIver was also part of the backroom team that delivered the O’Neill Cup last season and worked […]
Last Sunday’s scheduled encounter fell victim to weather
Kevin Cassidy asks Ryan McMenamin, among other things, what the funniest thing that happened when he was playing for Tyrone.
St Macartans manager Ryan McMenamin says they are focused on their clash with Cavan’s Crosserlough.