IT wasn’t hard to see what winning an Ulster elite title meant to every fighter who had their hand raised at the Ulster Hall on Saturday night, but it might just have meant that little bit more to Paul McCullagh jr.
CLIFTONVILLE chairman Gerard Lawlor last night thanked the club's supporters for their "continued patience and understanding" over off-field disciplinary issues after announcing a new interim management team.
ULSTER Secretary Brian McAvoy said that "common sense prevailed" in a discussion on whether the experimental three-handpass rule should be used in last weekend's Dr McKenna Cup and Connacht's FBD League finals.
WHETHER it’s springtime or summer, the Sam Maguire or the McKenna Cup, these games always matter and Tyrone edged out Armagh in an intense physical battle in front of over 11,000 at the Athletic Grounds on Saturday night.
East African athletes lifted the top prizes at the IAAF Northern Ireland Cross Country International in Belfast but it was Ireland’s two-time European champion Fionnuala McCormack who drew most attention from the sizeable attendance, writes Malcolm McCausland.