Donegal’s top GAA official Mick McGrath has strongly rejected a suggestion from Meath manager Andy McEntee, that Donegal’s joint captain Michael Murphy might been lined in Saturday’s thrilling Division Two final against the Royals.
FEW counties carry anywhere near the amount of emotional baggage as Mayo have stored in the hold, but Diarmuid O’Connor hopes Sunday’s National League breakthrough against Kerry can help signal a new dawn.
WITH a nine-week gap between Sunday’s National League final defeat to Mayo and their Munster Championship opener, Peter Keane is hoping that time will help heal some of Kerry’s walking wounded – as well as any dented pride.
TYRONE McKenna is keeping his cards close to his chest but a “a massive” summer rumble – possibly against long-term rival Ohara Davis or WBA Inter-Continental champion Lewis Ritson – is on the cards for the Belfast light-welterweight.
DAMIAN McErlain says the implications of the club-only month of April is “not fair” on Ulster SFC preliminary rivals Derry and Tyrone and feels county managers could make a “better fist” of the problems surrounding the fixtures calendar.