RONNY Deila believes one of the biggest fixtures in the Scottish Premiership calendar this season will be today when Aberdeen visit Celtic Park.
WHEN Cushendall and Loughgiel were paired together at the quarter-final stage of the Antrim Senior Hurling Championship it was regarded by many as the final. Now that the four-in-a-row champions are gone, all eyes
IT'S not easy following Antrim's senior footballers. Nosirreee. Most of the Antrim footballers will tell you that themselves. Controversy is never far away from the county board's door. Yesterday, there was more
MICHAEL O'Neill rates Sunday's victory in Hungary as his best result in charge of Northern Ireland, but insists it will only matter if they follow up by beating the Faroe Islands next month. O'Neill has previously
St Gall's 2-23 St Paul's 0-10
AFTER coming so close in last year's Antrim Senior Football Championship against the mighty St Gall's, hopes were high in the St Paul's camp that they
FOR all the anguish, the panel that prepared for the Ulster SFC win over Fermanagh contained a dozen U21 players. A footnote of the season was that Antrim's senior, U21 and minor teams all managed to avoid defeat in their Championship
Carrickmore ..............2-7 Dromore ................0-11 CARRICKMORE qualified for a second successive Tyrone SFC final with a courageous backs-to-the-wall win over Ardboe at Pomeroy last night writes Francis Mooney.
With ancient rivals Kilkenny and Tipperary set to lock horns again tomorrow on the greatest stage of all, Cahair O'Kane looks back at some of the crunch meetings between these two counties in recent years...
AFTER 10 months meandering
through the mind-numbing wilderness of international friendly games,
DARRON Gibson admits
it is a case of "now or never" as he attempts to establish himself as a
RYAN McHugh is backing
Donegal minors to get Sunday off to a positive start - just like they've done
Crossmaglen got off to a flying start at the Athletic Grounds last night with two
CLIFTONVILLE veteran Ronan
Scannell says David McDaid was the only player in local football who was
IT was the world's worst
kept secret that Kieran McGeeney would take the Armagh reins once their