Another Donegal hurdle for Dungiven on Ulster minor final day

Ulster Minor Football Tournament final Dungiven v Four Masters Sunday, St Paul’s Belfast, 1pm By Michael McMullan DONEGAL will once again provide the opponents for Dungiven on their return to the final of the Ulster Minor Football Tournament in Belfast. Dungiven took the first of 17 titles during the competitions’ history to the Oakleaf County […]

Four Masters have the winning habit

By Niall Gartland DONEGAL teams traditionally haven’t fared too well in the Ulster Minor Tournament at St Paul’s, but Four Masters are hoping to buck the trend when they face Donaghmore in a semi-final clash on St Stephen’s Day. The last Donegal team to win the prestigious St Paul’s competition was Aodh Ruadh all the […]

Donaghmore looking forward to first St Paul’s appearance

By Niall Gartland THE prestigious Ulster Minor Club Tournament at St Paul’s is back after a three-year absence, and Tyrone underage kingpins Donaghmore are relishing the prospect of rubbing shoulders with the top teams across the province. Donaghmore, who completed the back-to-back league and championship double with victory over Eglish in the Grade One Championship […]

Scotstown back in Ulster

By Shaun Casey OVER the last number of years, Scotstown have become accustomed to competing in the Ulster Championship at senior level. The An Bhoth men lost out to Ballybay this year, but the club are still represented on the provincial stage through their minor side. Scotstown take on Donaghmore in the quarter-final of the […]

Build it and they will come – the story of the St Paul’s minor tournament

For four decades, the cream of minor club football spent the Christmas period jostling for top spot in the St Paul’s tournament. Michael McMullan takes a look at its beginning and lasting legacy. BRIAN Coyle always loved minor football. The entertainment on view always appealed to him. The open and free style pushed his buttons. […]