Ulster title success is ‘surreal’ says Campbell

BY DÁIRE BONNAR SETANTA defied the odds as they went on to win the Ulster Senior Hurling Championship title on Saturday afternoon in Owenbeg. For the third game of their Ulster Championship run, they went into the game as underdogs, but just like Ballinascreen and Middletown, Éire Óg, Carrickmore didn’t live up to the favourites’ […]

Red Hand McGettigan hoping to help Setanta to Ulster glory

THERE are few people who know Tyrone hurling better than one Gary McGettigan – the genial giant who is a native of Strabane – but who has been living in Doneyloop for over a decade. Gary hurled with Strabane Shamrocks for many years, starting around 1989, and won quite a few junior county titles after […]

Omagh St Enda’s hurling boss facing familiar foe

By Shaun Casey OMAGH manager Paul O’Grady may have some homework to do on this weekend’s opponents, but he knows all too well what he’ll face from the man that stands in the opposite corner having come up against him numerous times in the past. St Eunan’s boss Kevin Kelly is a familiar face for […]

Lavey’s underage hurling stock continues to rise

Ulster Minor Hurling Tournament semi-final Saturday, Ballinascreen, 2pm By Michael McMullan LAVEY take on Antrim champions Loughgiel in the Ulster Minor Hurling Championship, another step in the club’s revamp of their underage hurling structures. The late Collie McGurk was manager of the team before his untimely death, but his fingerprints are all over the new […]