KEVIN CASSIDY: Tyrone could still have their say

THERE is a lot of talk at the moment with the lack of competitiveness in most of the provincial championships. This conversation is certainly something that cannot be aimed at the Ulster Senior Football Championship. After the way they dismantled Derry, Donegal went into last week’s semi-final as raging hot favourites. And, anyone who knows […]

Ulster says go

Does the Ulster Championship still matter?Three leading lights in Ulster football certainly think so. By Shaun Casey WHAT does the Ulster Championship mean? Does it still carry as much weight as it used to? A lot of talk has surrounded the provincial championships over the past number seasons, due to the new restructuring of the […]

Feature: The brawl behind the band

All hell broke lose when Armagh and Cavan clashed during a pre-match parade back in 2014. We chat to two of the men who played that day for their take on the infamous brawl. By Shaun Casey ARMAGH and Cavan matches don’t really have much history behind them, but when the orange and blue do […]

A season to remember for the Oakleafers

1 Ending the famine AFTER 24 years in the wilderness, Derry footballers finally got their hands on championship silverware. They saw off Donegal in a tense and tactical extra-time encounter that saw a man of the match performance from Brendan Rogers eventually break Donegal’s resolve. By the time Chrissy McKaigue raised the famous trophy, the […]