STUNG by the torrent of online abuse directed at Cork following their 12-point defeat in the Munster final, selector Ronan McCarthy described some of the criticism as unacceptable.
TEN-MAN Cliftonville bowed out of the Champions League last night after losing to the Hungarian champions despite a courageous effort in the Nagyerdei Stadium. The Reds travelled with a glimmer of hope after last week's
He came home from Delhi with silver around his neck four years ago but, having been given a second bite at the Commonwealth Games cherry, it is all about gold for Steven Ward. Neil Loughran talks to the
While Sean Duffy is out to make up for lost time, the world of international boxing is all new to potential foe Bernaldo Marime. Having only stepped into a ring for the first time six years ago, his journey to the Games has been far
GERMANY coach Joachim Low has warned hosts Brazil that his side will mean business when the teams meet in the World Cup semi-final, proclaiming: "We're not done yet." The Germans will be bidding to reach
DONEGAL vindicated their favourites tag as they captured the county's sixth Ulster minor football title at the expense of Armagh in a somewhat lacklustre game at Clones yesterday.
ANTRIM manager Kevin Ryan admitted that it was tough to get his players lifted for the Ulster final following their heartbreaking defeat by Offaly two weeks ago. PJ O'Connell's goal after just 22 seconds seemed to be setting them
A YEAR after coming to Belfast to face Cliftonville in the Champions League qualifiers, Celtic could be on their way back to Ireland.
VETERAN defender Conor
Gormley hasn't ruled out the possibility of playing another year with Tyrone.
FOR all the football
that Donegal and Tyrone have played in Ulster football's spiritual home, none have
TYRONE veteran Conor Gormley
insists the talent within the Red Hand ranks is as good as any of
Paul Finlay plays
a throwback to a bygone era, but he still makes an impact in the here-and-now as
THE mislaid soul
of Kildare football. Jason Ryan has searched every nook and cranny of the county trying
SOME say Armagh
'left it behind them' last Sunday, while others feel that Monaghan should have closed