Ulster Senior Club Championship Final: Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) v Termon (Donegal) (Tomorrow, St Mary's Killyclogher, 3pm) ULSTER champions Donaghmoyne renew old acquaintances with Termon when the sides come together for the fifth time this decade in tomorrow’s senior club decider.
Clontibret denied Scotstown a fifth Monaghan SFC title in-a-row with victory in the Farney final and players from both clubs feature in the the selection of John P Graham as he picks his Monaghan club Allstars...
Paul McGirr Ulster U16 Club Champions Tournament: Saturday Oct 26 at 12 noon: Gardrum Park, Dromore: Burren (Down) v Lavey / Magherafelt (Derry) The third quarter-final of the Paul McGirr Ulster U16 Club Champions Tournament takes place in Gardrum Park, tomorrow with Down champions Burren facing newly-crowned Derry champions Magherafelt O’Donovan Rossa.
Antrim football has long been languishing and is likely to be in the new Tier Two Championship next year - but former Armagh manager Peter Makem argues they must aim for the very top in order to climb upwards
QUEEN’S manager Conor Deegan believes the fixture congestion that has seen universities withdraw from the McKenna Cup is another example of the GAA “paying lip service” to the welfare of young players.
The Irish News Antrim Senior Football Club Allstars 2019 1: John McNabb (Cargin) The Cargin netminder was a major reason why they retained their title with excellent performances throughout the campaign.