DERRY minor football captain Fionn McEldowney is a dual All-Star after being named on both the hurling and football teams. Hogan Cup champions Omagh CBS have one representative on the team, Beragh’s Conor Owens. Finbarr Roarty becomes the first recipient from St Columba’s Glenties. He is the current Donegal minor captain and scored the insurance […]
ULSTR Schools GAA have announced their 2022-23 hurling All-Stars with Ruairí Ó Mianáin and Tomás Galvin picking up their second awards. Ó Mianáin is on both Derry u-20 football and hurling panels, while breaking to the Sleacht Néill senior team in both codes. Galvin has played in the NHL for Armagh, with Oran Donnelly following […]
By Barry O’Donnell WORKRATE and character were the key traits in the successful march to MacRory Cup glory by Omagh CBS, according to defender Nathan Farry. The Trillick defender’s dogged determination in the tackle and dynamic bursts from deep have stood out during this season’s campaign and he again demonstrated his value to the cause […]
By Niall Gartland COMPLETING a clean sweep in Ulster Schools’ U-19 tournaments paints a very rosy picture as far as Tyrone underage football is concerned. Omagh CBS, St Joseph’s Donaghmore and the Dean Maguirc have been in celebratory mode following their deserved triumphs over the course of the last week. Memories to last a lifetime […]
By Michael McMullan ST LOUIS won their third Mageean Cup title on Friday night with a hard-fought victory over St Killian’s, Garron Tower thanks to goals from joint captains Rónán McCollum and Aodhán McGarry. They took time to look back at the campaign and how defeat in 2021 drove them on to success 12 months […]
THERE will be a repeat last year’s MacRory Cup final in the group stages after St Mary’s Magherafelt and Holy Trinity were pulled out in Group C at Wedneday’s Ulster School draw. Danske Bank MacRory Cup Group A St Patrick’s Cavan St Eunan’s Letterkenny Omagh CBS St Michael’s Enniskillen Week beginning 7th Nov : 1 […]
ULSTER Schools GAA led the tributes to Brother Laurence (Larry) Ennis who passed away peacefully on Thursday at the age of 88. A native of Westmeath, Bro Ennis was a ‘distinguished’ Chairman of Ulster Schools for 25 years. Ulster Schools, in a statement on their social media channel, were ‘deeply saddened’ to hear of his […]
“A lot of them are struggling with this lockdown, they’re suffering.”
The Omagh CBS teacher explains what the tournaments mean to his pupils.
An Dún will not defend their Mageean Cup title this year.