Brendan Crossan has worked in the Irish News sports department since 1999. He started out as a placement student and somehow bluffed his way into a staff position a year later.
A Belfast native, his sporting interests include soccer, boxing and gaelic games. He writes The Boot Room sports column every Friday.
Highlights of his career are interviewing boxing legend Tommy H[...]
ANTRIM’S joint hurling boss Terence McNaughton has bemoaned the club-only month of April – but the Meath hurlers face arguably bigger obstacles to be ready for their Joe McDonagh Cup clash with the Ulstermen in Navan on May 5.
THE candidate to lead the £1m ‘Gaelfast’ plan will have a minimum of three years senior and financial management experience and previously managed at least 10 staff or more, while it is desirable to have “knowledge of the Association”.