New TV deal for Gaelic Games with live coverage of league
Premier Sports have announced a new deal for their coverage of Gaelic Games.
Premier Sports have announced a new deal for their coverage of Gaelic Games.
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte is not one to leave things to chance.
When adverse weather ruled out last year’s Inter-provincial Football Championship, Fermanagh ace Eoin Donnelly was denied the opportunity of captaining Ulster for the first time.
Cormac O’Doherty’s baby-faced features can prove somewhat deceptive. Small and amiable, he tends to exude a laid-back, rather casual attitude.
Antrim midfield strongman Sean McVeigh is urging his team-mates to rid themselves of what he believes to be an inherent inferiority complex before they get down to business in the Dr McKenna Cup and Allianz League.
Less than a year ago, Ben Crealey was playing schools football and Oisin O'Neill was exhibiting his skills at minor level. But suddenly this talented duo find themselves thrust into the spotlight as Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney conducts an ongoing overhaul of his side...
Not for the first time, Tyrone manager Mickey Harte will give a fresh corps of novices a big chance this Sunday. Never one to shirk a challenge, Harte plans to run the rule over his restructured side in an O'Fiaich Cup semi-final tie against Louth at Crossmaglen which is far...
Ulster GAA is mourning the loss of former provincial secretary Dr Danny Murphy, who died on Tuesday night after a prolonged battle with cancer.
Slaughtneil continue their dizzying journey in an All-Ireland Club Championship quarter-final in London this weekend, with two Ulstermen threatening to make their trip more than uncomfortable.
Tyrone launch their bid to win the Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup for a sixth consecutive time when they travel to Kingspan Breffni Park to face Cavan on January 8 for the season opener.
Pete McGrath, Down's two-time All-Ireland-winning manager, has paid a warm tribute to former Ulster Council secretary Dr Danny Murphy, who passed away early yesterday morning.
The Belfast Telegraph are saddened to learn of the passing of former Ulster Council Secretary, Dr Danny Murphy.
If you found yourself surprised at the remarks made by GAA President Aoghan ÓFearghail while on the All-Stars tour of Dubai, imagine how the message came across in real time.
The biggest gathering of inter-county footballers and hurlers met for the Gaelic Players Association annual chinwag and Annual General Meeting at the weekend.
Diarmuid Connolly believes the introduction of the black card was an overreaction to Joe Brolly's comments after Sean Cavanagh's cynical foul on Monaghan's Conor McManus in the closing stages of 2013 All-Ireland SFC quarter-final.
Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney has remained tight-lipped on the return of his star forward Jamie Clarke from New York.
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has given his approval to the Irish Rugby Football Union’s bid to host the World Cup in 2023.
Armagh will be playing more Gaelic football in December, where the result matters little, and context is everything.
Shane O'Neill's suffered All-Ireland final heartbreak as they lost to Galway's Annaghdown in Parnell Park yesterday.
GAA president Aoghan O'Fearghail appeared to row back on the comments he made on the GAA All-Stars trip last week, when he claimed the Irish tricolour and anthem may be reviewed in the future.
Donaghmoyne wrote their own chapter in Ulster GAA history when they retained the All-Ireland Senior Club Ladies Football title yesterday.
A stunning contribution of 2-2 from substitute Gavin Greene helped to propel Enniskillen Gaels into the Ulster Minor Club Tournament semi-finals at the expense of Cavan champions Crosserlough.
He was sitting in the air-conditioned lobby of a five-star hotel in Dubai, but a bead of sweat appeared on the brow of Tyrone's Matthew Donnelly as he recalled the sweltering heat of Clones on that Sunday, July 17th.
When Armagh champions Shane O'Neill's (Camlough) overcame Parnells (London) by 3-7 to 1-10 in the recent All-Ireland Ladies Intermediate Football semi-final, Aimee Mackin helped herself to 3-6 of their total.
Pomeroy manager Mark Harte clearly believes that all work and no play can make Jack a dull boy. That's why he is keen to see his players enjoy a respite from action before they focus on the All-Ireland club intermediate football series in the wake of their stunning Ulster club...
AN early chance to see how the new rule of the Australian Rules-style 'mark' may work in Gaelic football has floundered, with this weekend's O'Fiaich Cup clash between Armagh and Derry being contested without the new tweak.
Tyrone Gaelic football star Cathal McCarron was involved in a tense radio interview last night, after he was questioned about an alleged sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl.
The best part of eight decades will separate two members of the same family who are totally focused on seeing St Peter's, Warrenpoint win the Paul McGirr Memorial Trophy tomorrow.
Ulster team manager Peter McGrath has no intention of wringing his hands in despair because some notable players happen to be unavailable for the forthcoming inter-provincial football championship.
The belief that an exciting corps of youthful football talent is beginning to emerge in Fermanagh will be put to the test tomorrow when Enniskillen Gaels confront Cavan champions Crosserlough in the Ulster Minor Club tournament at Woodlands Playing Fields, Belfast.
Armagh stalwart Charlie Vernon has hailed the potential impact that the return of Jamie Clarke can have. Earlier this week, Clarke posted a picture of himself in the Armagh kit on his Instagram, with the caption 'I'm ready'.
Maurice Deegan, who took charge of the All-Ireland final replay, admits he regrets not sending John Small off with a black card.
If there's one thing the GAA All-Stars' experience of touring Dubai and Abu Dhabi teaches us, it's that this is a mass Irish emigration of a distinctly different hue.
The heftiest news always arrives with a sudden jolt and a trigger of memories, and so it was with the passing of legendary Down footballer Joe Lennon.
A five-star individual performance in every sense in the Ulster Club Football final, coming as it does on the cusp of Christmas, would normally entitle such a player to put his feet up and make merry for the rest of the year.
A leading Gaelic Players’ Association representative has admitted there is little the body can do to deter Australian Rules clubs coming to Ireland to cherry-pick the brightest young talents.
Self-sacrifice has been the order of the day for the past 11 months as the players of Pomeroy and Rock applied themselves fully to the task of chasing Championship success even though flamboyant centenary celebrations swirled around them.
Relief as much as delight consumed Slaughtneil assistant manager John Joe Kearney as he took stock of the greatest occasion in his club's history.
Tyrone champions Rock were pushed all the way but they dug deep and collected their third Ulster Junior title when they won 1-12 to 0-14 in an extra-time thriller against Blackhill at Pairc Esler in Newry yesterday afternoon.
Hail the history makers! Slaughtneil carved out a special niche for themselves in the annals of Ulster GAA when they strode majestically to the Ulster Club Senior Football title for the second time in three years at a throbbing Athletic Grounds, Armagh yesterday.
Pomeroy ended a 12-year wait and made it a Tyrone double at Pairc Esler in Newry yesterday when they produced a power-packed second-half display to overwhelm Monaghan champions Donaghmoyne 2-16 to 0-10 in the Ulster Intermediate final.
St Patrick's College, Maghera captured the Ulster Colleges Rannafast Cup yesterday when they beat St Patrick's Academy, Dungannon in the final at the Athletic Grounds Armagh by 3-19 to 4-10.
It was only last Wednesday that Colm Cavanagh got the type of request every footballer secretly harbours - a late call-up for the All-Star trip.
Two Tyrone natives will be pulling out all the stops to heap agony on a team from the O'Neill county tomorrow.
Slaughtneil stand just sixty minutes away from a place in the annals of GAA history yet manager Mickey Moran remains in the shadows, an unobtrusive presence while retaining a firm hand on the tiller.
Rock team skipper Tommy Bloomer is urging his side to produce "one last big push" in an effort to collect the Ulster Club Junior Football Championship title at the expense of Monaghan champions Blackhill tomorrow.
When Tyrone won their first All-Ireland title in 2003, Mickey Harte revealed how a diet of just one collective training session and a couple of localised gym sessions provided their early season nourishment.
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has refuted suggestions that the county's decision to neglect his request for a contract extension was in any way related to concerns about his refusal to engage with RTÉ.
The O'Donovan Rossa club in west Belfast will mark a significant milestone in its history tonight when a gala centenary banquet will be held in the Europa Hotel, Belfast.
The passing of Joe Lennon not only sees a link with the all-conquering Down gaelic football team of the Sixties severed, but robs the GAA of a man who was always deemed to be ahead of his time as a coaching authority.