AS I write this I have a sense of déjà vu. Another big game for Armagh and another heart-breaking penalty shoot-out defeat. I’m just back from a coffee with Aaron McKay and he was so disappointed he let me pay (again!). I would suggest the next time instead of penalties we should have a supporter […]
By Michael McMullan GLEN manager Malachy O’Rourke doesn’t really take on the suggestion he’s been linked with county management posts. His name has been mentioned in dispatches when Down and Donegal had vacant positions in recent years, but he’s happy with his lot. Seated in the corner of the splendid new Armagh Harps complex at […]
THE price of the pound is soon going to be worth less than a certain American rapper, mortgage rates per month will shortly cost you a number of your vital organs, your pension pot won’t be enough to buy you a Freddo and filling your tank with oil will likely cost more than an Oligarch’s […]
AS I prepare for championship this weekend with St Bride’s, I wonder about the split season and the beautiful weather club teams were promised. Only in Ireland will you see supporters in shorts and T-shirts, whilst under umbrellas and clutching winter coats as “the weather doesn’t know what it wants to do” is said a […]
Kevin Cassidy analyses the news from the recent congress.
The CPA dissolved their group this week.