FROM the uncertainty that has reigned supreme since the spread of Covid-19 saw the GAA season grind to a halt almost eight weeks ago, the Association revealed they still plan to hold championships at club and county level this year.
DARREN Mullen has allowed himself to imagine what the first training session will be like with his players and staff and the first game they’ll play after the worst excesses of the pandemic have passed – but the Newry City manager is still keen for the club’s players, supporters and football community to ‘mind their heads’.
Time Out: May 6 2010: Antrim midfielder Brendan Herron will be fit to play against Tyrone on May 23 after recovering from the ankle injury which limited him to 11 minutes of the Division Three final against Sligo at Croke Park.
THIS is the year for Armagh’s “drive for Division One”, says former Orchard county joint manager Brian McAlinden who he is confident that Championship success will follow hot on the heels of a return to top flight football.
In a latest of our ‘Best of Enemies’ series reflecting on some of the GAA's red hot rivalries on the field, Armagh and Crossmaglen ace Aaron Kernan tells Neil Loughran about Dublin’s deadly duo, and the Pearse Og man who just never stopped…
IN the midst of a pandemic good news stories are hard to find – but the Respect the Water campaign initiated by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution [RNLI] and the GAA appears to be bearing fruit thanks to the volunteerism within the Association.