Collins and Teemore ready for Ulster adventure

By Patrick Quigley and Katrina Brennan IT has been a while but this weekend Teemore will embark on the Ulster Club journey once again. Down champions Liatroim provide the opposition and Shamrocks’ manager Tony Collins is expecting a stern test. “I’ve seen the (Down) final and they’re quite physical and quite big, they have a big, […]

Painful memories of 2019 driving on the Pearses

By Alan Rodgers A DEFEAT in the Ulster Intermediate final three years ago has chastened Galbally as they aim to reverse their fortunes in this year’s decider. The Pearses meet Corduff of Monaghan in Newry on Saturday night. It’s a game offering them the opportunity to make their mark at provincial level, and they enter the tie […]

‘Banty’ enjoying the journey as major final test awaits

By Shaun Casey CORDUFF’S championship journey began with a loss to old rivals Magheracloone in the opening round of the group stages in Monaghan, but Seamus McEnaney’s side regrouped and refocused and have never looked back since. They eventually earned their revenge, defeating Magheracloone in both Monaghan league and championship finals and this Saturday, they hope to […]

McBride doesn’t want Dungloe journey to end

BY RYAN FERRY DUNGLOE corner-back Jason McBride is relishing his club’s intermediate journey and he doesn’t want it to come to a halt this week in Celtic Park. The Rosses men were beaten in the Donegal intermediate decider after a replay last year but have come back very strongly in 2022. They won the Cathal […]

Dunloy hoping for perfect start in Ulster

By Kieran Lynch DUNLOY Cúchulainn’s are heading into the Ulster Championship to face Dungloe, after they claimed the Antrim Intermediate title for the first time since 2007, in early October. Anthony McQuillan’s men had suffered years of hurt, having come up short in the decider time and again, but they brushed Con Magee’s Glenravel aside […]

Bradley feels Glenullin have a chance of causing an upset

By Michael McMullan GLENULLIN manager Paddy Bradley said his side are “not without a chance” despite being outsiders against Galbally on Sunday in Celtic Park. The former Derry star took over his native club this season and steered them to victory over Drumsurn in a dramatic final. The Glen’ came back from five and six-point deficits […]

Entire Corduff community can’t wait for Ulster clash says ‘Banty’

By Shaun Casey SEAMUS McEnaney’s Corduff are in “bonus territory” according to the former Monaghan boss as they begin their Ulster Championship campaign this weekend. The Farney men take on Armagh champions Shane O’Neill’s, who have Orchard County stars Greg McCabe and the Mackin brothers, Connaire and Ciaran to call upon. “There’s a couple of […]