Video: St Dominic's teacher Laura Bannon wins Ladies Gaelic Football Schools Coach of the Year Award
A Belfast teacher has won the Ladies Gaelic Football Schools Coach of the Year Award for 2018.
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A third win over Kerry in four years meant a great weekend for Monaghan.
WINNING a medal, even in the McKenna Cup, means something to newer faces on the Donegal panel – but not losing mattered even more.
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Lidl National Football League Division One: Monaghan 2-9 Kerry 1-10 MONAGHAN finally celebrated a league victory over Kerry and it could not have come at a more crucial time for the Farney County as they recorded their first league victory and points for 2018.
CLOSE but no cigar – that has been the story of the last 12 months for Brett McGinty.
There will be a new name on the trophy for the All-Ireland Junior A Camogie Championship
THE next game is always the focus for Tyrone – but the one after that is in their sights too.
The pitch was heavy and it was a day for the hardy bucks to slug it out, but as the big hits thundered in and the card count mounted, Martin Reilly produced one of those moments of magic that set him apart from the crowd.
ALASTAIR Elliott isn’t fond of collecting individual awards but did so with some comfort at the AIB Ulster Club Championship dinner in Belfast last night.
MONAGHAN midfielder Darren Hughes believes the criticism aimed at Tyrone has been unfair, insisting the Red Hands shouldn’t be judged solely on “one bad day at the office”.
A SECONDS Out interview with Carl Frampton had to come to an abrupt halt yesterday after ‘the Jackal’ took a wrong turn driving back to his digs from training in Manchester.
IN the Netherlands (as no-one anywhere calls it), they still talk about ‘Holzenbein’s schwalbe’.
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