Armagh’s famous family ties

Electric Ireland Minor Football Championship Final Derry v Armagh Sunday, O’Neill’s Healy Park, 2pm By Shaun Casey THE more things change, the more things stay the same. While Armagh haven’t had too much underage success in the last 15 years, plenty of onlookers from around the country will be familiar with a lot of the […]

Down aiming for better Croke Park outing

By Michael McMullan DOWN manager Conor Laverty feels his side are made for the open spaces of Croke Park but is hoping they do themselves justice on Sunday. Last year’s beaten finalists face Sligo in the second half of a Tailteann Cup semi-final double header that includes Antrim’s clash with Laois. Headquarters hasn’t been a […]

Jordan embracing the run of games

By Niall Gartland THE ambition is to secure top spot by overcoming Sligo this Sunday, but Antrim footballer Marc Jordan knows it won’t be the end of the world if they fail in that quest and end up in the preliminary quarter-finals. The Saffrons finished top of their group in the Tailteann Cup last year […]

Saffrons name side for top of the table clash

By Michael McMullan ANTRIM manager Andy McEntee has named his side for this weekend’s top of the table group clash with Sligo in the Tailteann Cup. There are no changes to the squad named for their win over Wexford when Aghagallon’s Ruairi McCann fourth goal of the season was the major score in a one-point […]

New York New York

“IF I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere, it’s up to you New York New York.” Frank Sinatra’s famous New York New York lyrics need no explanation and this year, Johnny McGeeney made it. The Armagh native created his very own slice of history. History that New York or indeed the GAA have never […]