A MAJOR report into the effects of playing inter-county Gaelic Games has revealed that players’ mental well-being is not as healthy as for the general population in Ireland, and says the issue of the level of commitment required by players “needs to be addressed.
Antrim Fire Stop & Seal Ltd Senior Camogie Championship semi-final: Ruairí Óg Cushendall 1-10 Rossa 0-11 RUAIRÍ ÓG Cushendall will not mind one bit that this opening Antrim Fire Stop & Seal Ltd Senior Championship semi-final in Ahoghill on Saturday was high in endeavour but low in quality as they qualified for their first county senior final since 2000.
Story of the Season A DRAW against Clare in Cusack Park followed by a double-scores (3-17 to 0-13) home win over Louth got Cavan’s Division Two campaign off to a good start and the Breffnimen keep their foot on the accelerator throughout the early months of this year.
PATRICK Rogers may have just missed out on Slaughtneil’s surge to the summit in both Gaelic football and hurling, but the big super-heavyweight isn’t lacking for Ulster titles after defending his senior crown last Friday night.
TYRONE County Board has condemned “all of the ugly scenes of unwarranted violence” that occurred in the course of the weekend’s club championship action, and offered its good wishes to “all players who incurred injuries - whether accidentally or otherwise”.