Just 24 hours after being crowned 2018 Footballer of the Year and receiving his third Allstar award, Brian Fenton was in Belfast to make the draw for the St Paul's-organised FonaCAB Ulster Club Minor Football Tournament.
IRELAND’S bantamweight king Kurt Walker heads to this week’s European Union Championships in confident mood but insists he is happy to play the long game, with both eyes fixed firmly on reaching the 2020 Olympic Games.
FERMANAGH CLUB ALLSTARS 1: Jack Kelly (Derrygonnelly) He may have played behind an imperious defence but the reality is that Kelly only conceded one goal in three games in the Fermanagh Championship, and that came from the penalty spot.
Danske Bank MacRory Cup: Tuesday: 2pm in Pearse Óg, Armagh: Holy Trinity, Cookstown v St Patrick’s, Cavan TODAY is probably a bigger day for the coaching staff of Holy Trinity, Cookstown than it is for the players themselves.
Ulster Intermediate Club Championship Final: Emmet Og (Monaghan) 3-9 Kinawley (Fermanagh) 3-8 ELLEN McCarron hit a sublime injury time winning point as Emmet Og edged Kinawley to win a first ever provincial title in an exciting intermediate final at Drumlane on Sunday.
Catriona Casey returned to her winning ways in The Memorial at Tucson, Arizona but Killian Carroll stumbled again during the richest event on the WPH R48 Tour, his second defeat since winning the World Championship in August.
KEVIN Ryan was interviewed for the vacant Antrim senior hurling managerial post last night as he is keen to make a dramatic return to the job he left three years ago – but doubts remain in the county over re-appointing the Waterford native.
AMID the controversy surrounding the election of a new International Boxing Association President in Moscow last Saturday, official proposals for new Olympic weights for men and women slipped under the radar screen in the Russian capital.