All-Ireland Junior Football Club Championship quarter-final: Red Hugh’s (Donegal) v Dunedin Connolly’s (Edinburgh) (tomorrow, O’Donnell Park, 1pm) THINK All-Ireland quarter-finals and you think of the term ‘banana skin’, but Donegal and Ulster champions Red Hugh’s will know that Scottish side Dunedin Connolly’s present much more of a threat than a potential slip.
AIB All-Ireland Club Hurling Championship quarter-final: Ballygalget (Down) 1-9 Brothers Pearse (London) 0-4 BALLYGALGET of Down coasted to the easiest of victories over London title holders Brothers Pearse in the All-Ireland Hurling Club Championship quarter-final before an attendance of 700 at Ruislip yesterday.
ALL-IRELAND minor glory in 2002, MacRory success the following year and several seasons side by side in the red and white of Derry, few people are better placed to talk about Mark Lynch than Gerard O’Kane.
DOWN boss Paddy Tally has dismissed criticism of his coaching style as “flawed” – and insists he won’t be paying attention to pundits’ opinions as he gears up for his first year in charge of the Mourne County.
THE influence of Mark Lynch will be a major loss to the Derry panel in their quest for immediate promotion from the National Football League’s basement division, according to his former coach and teacher Adrian McGuckin.
MEMBER of the Irish Defence Forces by day, Odhran McFadden-Ferry has been happy to spend his weekends acting as Gaoth Dobhair’s defensive destroyer-in-chief en route to grabbing the provincial crown in dramatic fashion.