‘It’s a religion up there’ – Andy Moran on the GAA in Ulster

By Shaun Casey ANDY Moran can’t quite put his finger on it. Is it grit? Determination? Steel? Ulster coaches bring something different to the table when they travel down south and get involved with teams, but Moran isn’t sure what that something different actually is. A quick scan of the sides competing at the latter […]

UU prepare for big-gun clash with NUIG

By Niall McCoy TRADITIONALLY Ulster University’s Sigerson squad is stacked with big names and this year is no different as they prepare for next Wednesday’s game with NUI Galway. Paul Rouse and Barry Dillon’s teamsheet has plenty of star quality including Derry’s Conor Glass, Tyrone’s Darragh Canavan and Michael McKernan and Cavan’s Thomas Galligan. The […]

Dr McKenna Cup 2019: Round Three Round-Up

From Odhrán Crumley  Then there was four…Tyrone, Derry, Donegal and Armagh are all that remain in this year’s Dr McKenna Cup after a dramatic final round of games. Section A Donegal 1-20 Cavan 1-12 Advertisement Donegal secured the top spot in Section A with an eight point win over Cavan in MacCumhaill Park, the nature […]

All to Play for in Final McKenna Cup Group Games

It’s all to play for heading into Round Three of the Dr McKenna Cup with the four semi final spots still up for decision across the province. Tyrone, Cavan, Donegal, Derry, Armagh and Monaghan still fight for a spot in the last four while the three university sides alongside, Fermanagh, Down and Antrim have crashed […]