He is a regular in the stands watching son Jemar in action for Armagh, but Sherman Hall has an interesting sporting story of his own to tell. Neil Loughran met a man who swapped his home city just north of Washington DC for south Armagh, and has never looked back...
WEST Belfast primary school Vere Foster are on a high this morning after 11-year-old Jonathan Rooney became the first player from the school to be selected to play for Northern Ireland at schoolboy level.
EVEN though Eoin Kennedy may be better known as a big alley player he can still be a force on the 40x20 court and he is enthusiastic about his O'Neill's All-Ireland Championship quarter-final crack at top seed Diarmuid Nash in tomorrow's battle, at Crinkle, Co Offaly.
BACK in Dodgy’s day, when kids played outside the four walls and oilcloth designed by blind acid-heads wired to the moon was the flooring of choice in everyone’s gaff, breakdancing and body-popping were actual and legitimate pastimes.
GAA The GAA, in conjunction with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI), today launched the GAA Digital Archive at Croke Park providing free access to past GAA matches to internet users around the world.
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.