Grimley accepts Armagh need minor miracle
Armagh manager Paul Grimley’s wish that he might just have a lengthening queue for the two midfield positions in the do-or-die Allianz Football League showdown against Galway on Sunday is closer to being granted.
Canavan up for challenge on two fronts
Tyrone legend Peter Canavan is currently nurturing two major sporting aspirations — at county and club level.
Lockhart and Canavan taking colleges to HQ
Two of Ulster's outstanding players who graced Croke Park with their many-sided attributes in the past are poised to return there on a rather different mission on Saturday week.
Monan rues lack of consistency by Down
Down hurling boss Gerard Monan was left to bemoan earlier slip-ups in the competition when his side finished their Allianz League Division 2A campaign by overcoming Mayo by 1-22 to 1-14 at Newry.
Ryan rages at ref over costly defeat
Antrim's hurlers face a relegation play-off against Carlow after falling by two points to Offaly in yesterday's final Allianz Hurling League Division 1B group game at Casement Park.
Begley bags a treble on day of goals galore
Tyrone and Monaghan netted nine Division one goals between them during Easter weekend ladies league exchanges.
Antrim face the drop
Antrim remain in relegation trouble at the foot of the Allianz Football League Division 3 table after a disappointing 11-point defeat to Meath at Casement Park yesterday.
Meath make it five in a row
Meath cruised to a 3-18 to 1-10 win over Armagh to maintain a fine start to the NHL Division 2B campaign with a fifth success in as many games.
Ulster counties go for glory
He may only be in the hot seat for a matter of weeks but Ulster Council chairman Martin McAviney has conducted his own audit of just how gaelic football is played at present.
Antrim to target a move clear of danger
The prospect of back to back victories looms for Antrim in Division 1B of the Allianz Hurling League on Sunday when they take on improving Offaly at Casement Park.
Lockhart chases Hogan double
Eighteen years ago Sean Martin Lockhart took delivery of the All Ireland Colleges’ Hogan Cup as captain of St Patrick’s College, Maghera.
Dawson happy that Antrim have fate in own hands
Antrim manager Frank Dawson is hoping his defence will be on top of their game when Meath come calling at Casement Park on Sunday seeking a win that would thrust them into the promotion frame in Division Three of the Allianz Football League.
McCartan left to hope kids will be alright
DOWN manager James McCartan will go for broke in a desperate bid to keep his side in Division One of the Allianz Football League.
Derry believe it can be third time lucky
DERRY may look to their third-choice captain to pilot them into Division One of the Allianz Football League.
Neighbourhood watch for paddy
FOUR years ago Paddy Cunningham skippered Antrim when they lost to Tyrone in the Ulster senior football championship final.
Tyrone and Kerry to keep a lid on rivalry
IT is one of the most passionate rivalries in gaelic football but this week-end further plans will be put in place to ensure that tensions are eased when Tyrone and Kerry renew acquaintance next Sunday.
Duo back for Dublin
The Dublin hurlers have received a major boost with the return from injury of key players Stephen Hiney and Ryan O'Dwyer.
Donegal will be at peak against Tyrone, says McGuinness
Donegal manager Jim McGuinness believes he has carefully choreographed his team's journey to peak fitness with the mouth-watering Ulster championship match against Tyrone on May 26 very much in mind.
Armagh bid to stop the rot in Galway clash
From 2002 until 2008 Armagh were bracketed as one of the perceived 'big three' of gaelic football in tandem with Tyrone and Kerry.
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