Nally: Bridge suit underdog tag

By Shaun Casey SILVERBRIDGE manager Colm Nally says the underdog tag suits his side as they prepare for a championship quarter-final clash with Clann Éireann. Nally led the ‘Bridge to a Division 1B league title earlier in the season and his side have earned three straight championship victories over Armagh Harps, Shane O’Neill’s and most recently […]

Nally’s Silverbridge focused on performance

By Shaun Casey SILVERBRIDGE claimed the Division 1B league title last weekend, seeing off Dromintee in the final round, but rather than concentrating on the silverware, manager Colm Nally insists his side are focused on performance. “We were delighted, obviously at the start of the season one of our goals was to try and get […]

Armagh SFC draw throws up some intriguing ties

Reigning champions Crossmaglen take on neighbours Mullaghbawn along with Clan na Gael and Sarsfiels in Group D of the Armagh SFC. The Rangers got back on top in the Orchard County last season, reclaiming the Gerry Fagan Cup after a two year hiatus and will once again begin the competition as favourites. Division 1A league […]

Peter Quinn: Burns is the right man at the right time

Jarlath Burns will be the first GAA President from the North since Fermanagh’s Peter Quinn. Katrina Brennan catches up with the 31st President… WHEN Peter Quinn received his badge of office in April 1991, at the age of 47, there was much anticipation that he would be a visionary for the Gaelic Athletic Association. The Teemore […]

Presidential Pride – Jarlath set to lead the GAA

By Kieran Lynch ON Friday night in Croke Park, Silverbridge and Armagh legend Jarlath Burns was elected to be the 41st GAA Uachtarán (President), in front of a large gathering of family, friends, and supporters from both club and county. Burns, whose stellar playing career in the orange and white saw him captain Armagh to […]

Nally takes charge of Silverbridge

FORMER Meath coach Colm Nally has been appointed manager of Armagh club Silverbridge for the upcoming season. Nally worked alongside Andy McEntee in the Royal County and helped Meath reach back-to-back Leinster finals, only to lose to Dublin twice in 2019 and 2020. The Louth native joined Cooley Kickhams midway through this season and guided […]

Jarly Óg Burns – we want to do ‘Geezer’ proud

By Shaun Casey FROM an early age, Jarly Óg Burns was destined to pull on the famed orange and white jersey that his father, ten years before his Armagh debut, had worn when holding aloft the Anglo Celt Cup. Jarlath senior helped the Orchard County end a 17-year wait for a provincial crown and now […]