Errigal and Termon set for crunch Ulster clash

By Michael McMullan WHILE champions Donaghmoyne host Moneyglass on Sunday, a repeat of last year’s decider, in the tie of the round, there are three other games down for decision in the Ulster Ladies Senior Club Championship. The last time Errigal Ciaran were in an Ulster final, in 2007, they were winners over Donaghmoyne who […]

Rafferty looking to go one step further

All-Ireland Ladies IFC quarter-final Kildare v Tyrone Sunday, Venue: Manguard Park, 1pm By Shaun Casey TYRONE are aiming to go one step further than last year and reach the last four of the All-Ireland Intermediate Championship when they take on Kildare on Sunday afternoon. Twelve months ago, it was another Leinster opponent that ended the […]

Antrim can make history against Red Hands

GIVEN how the group stages of the Ulster Intermediate Championship played out, expect Sunday’s final in Owenbeg between Antrim and Tyrone to go the distance. That’s been the way of it. Three games played – Monaghan were the other side involved – and an average winning margin of three points. The provincial championship has had […]

O’Kane calls for consistency ahead of Farney opening tie

By Niall Gartland THE Ulster Ladies Intermediate Championship hasn’t been the most appetising competition in the world in recent times – it’s usually Tyrone and Down going head-to-head for the title – but they’ve mixed it up a bit this season and it should be a more novel experience for the Red Hand ladies. Last […]

Trip to Tipp sure to test Tyrone

TYRONE Ladies face another big test when they travel to meet Tipperary on Sunday at Fethard in the National League. The visitors come into the contest off the back of a solid victory over Westmeath last time out. They have six points on the board now, sitting in mid-table and after this weekend have one […]

Donegal determined to get up and running

By Shaun Casey FOLLOWING a winless start to the league campaign, Donegal go in search of their first points of the season this Sunday as they host Waterford. It was always going to be a difficult start for Maxi Curran’s ladies, up against Galway, back-to-back All-Ireland champions Meath and last year’s beaten All-Ireland finalists Kerry. […]

Ulster ladies hoping that it’s second time lucky

By Niall Gartland ULSTER teams – with the notable exceptions of Armagh and Tyrone – will be hoping for a better outcome when they participate in their round two Ladies National League clashes this weekend. Donegal, Monaghan, Cavan, Down and Derry all slipped up in their opening round matches while Antrim and Fermanagh, both Division […]

New Tyrone ladies captain happy to get going

AOIBHINN McHugh has been named as the new Tyrone Ladies senior captain ahead of the start of the National League. The 23-year old Aghyaran player takes over from Niamh O’Neill but comes to the role with plenty of experience having also served as a vice-captain before. She can’t wait for the new season to roll […]

Moortown’s stock continues to rise

By Michael McMullan MOORTOWN may only be in their fourth season of adult ladies football, but they are now 60 minutes away from a place in the Ulster intermediate final. Last year’s beaten Ulster junior finalists came out on the right side of an extra-time battle with Monaghan champions Corduff and now face Derrygonnelly for […]