The countdown is on to the Ulster Championship semi-final clash between Donegal and Tyrone. John O’Hara reports…. … More Rory’s Troops Intent on Revenge
Another weekend, another debate about black cards. It’s time to consign this rule to the dustbin.
John O’Hara reports…. … More Time to say ‘bye-bye’ to Black Card
January 1st sees the introduction of the mark, but will it have any real impact on our game? John O’Hara investigates. … More What impact will ‘the mark’ have on the GAA?
Ulster Title a must for Rory Gallagher to silence the critics in the county. … More Ulster Title a Must for Rory
Tyrone may be through to the semi-final, but it’s their antics off the ball and on the side-line that have the pundits talking. But the man at the top seems immune to criticism. … More Mickey Harte-The Master of the Dark Arts
Jim McGuinness’ article in the Irish Times has incensed Fermanagh GAA followers but on closer reading, perhaps they should be listening to what he has to say. … More Celebrating Mediocrity is Anathema to McGuinness
Donegal to beat the bookies and record a famous win on Saturday … More Donegal to upset odds and beat Mayo
A review of the Donegal v Galway game and a look ahead to the daunting quarter-final clash with Mayo … More Good win but questions remain
Donegal’s defeat has raised question marks over the team’s ability to reach the heights of last year, but can Rory an Co take the route through the back door? … More Can Rory break through the back door?