Victory vital in Yeats County for Tyrone hurlers

By Alan Rodgers A VICTORY is now an urgent priority for the Tyrone hurlers as they continue their Christy Ring Cup campaign with a vital clash against a Sligo side which has consistently proved to be strong opposition. It has been a difficult start to the competition for the Red Hands. An opening day defeat […]

Widening hurling’s base

The race for the Liam McCarthy Cup has been a club of too few counties. Michael McMullan got the thoughts of some of those involved in hurling outside the elite on how to start closing the gap. WITH just four teams left in the race to put their ribbons on the Liam McCarthy Cup, Ulster’s […]

Eire Og’s Grogan hoping for provincial progress against Lisbellaw

By Niall Gartland EIRE Og hurlers deservedly retained the Benburb Cup, and Sean Og Grogan is now looking forward to an enticing Ulster Intermediate Championship opener against Fermanagh representatives Lisbellaw on Saturday afternoon at Pairc Colmcille. These two teams met at the provincial semi-final juncture last year, but Carrickmore failed to fire on the day against […]