| 10.8°C Belfast

Close

Premium


McBurney/Declan Bogue



Pictured Declan Bogue



Date: Thursday 12th April 2012

Location: BT Offices

Credit: Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX

Copyright: Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX



Liam McBurney - RAZORPIX

liammcburney@gmail.com

+44 7837 68 57 67

Nobody should accept the argument 'it's just the National League' - the competition means something to every county

Declan Bogue


National Football League

Close

Armagh's Andrew Murnin and Micky Jones of Fermanagh

Armagh's Andrew Murnin and Micky Jones of Fermanagh

©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo

Paul Feeney, in his only National League game for Tyrone, with Peader Andrews of Dublin back in 2000

Paul Feeney, in his only National League game for Tyrone, with Peader Andrews of Dublin back in 2000

/

Armagh's Andrew Murnin and Micky Jones of Fermanagh

Some 32 counties take part in the National League and every one of them could put down, when asked about their relationship status with the competition: ‘It’s complicated’.

For different counties it means different things. Look at Monaghan right now. They will have Conor McManus, Darren Hughes, Karl O’Connell and Colin Walshe all raring for action as a precursor to the huge season they feel the deserve.


Top Videos



Privacy