DERRY supporters will have the opportunity to celebrate the biggest day in the county’s history in the coming weeks and months at two special events to mark the silver jubilee of the Oak Leafers’ 1993 All-Ireland Senior Football triumph.
WHILE this weekend’s All-Ireland semi-final action could provide landmark moments for some of the four teams involved, it’s set to also be a major occasion for Derry referee Barry Cassidy who will take charge of Dublin’s clash with Galway on Saturday evening.
TYRONE ace Mark Bradley has heaped praise on the Red Hand bench after last Sunday’s famous victory over Donegal and hopes he’s done enough to remain in Mickey Harte’s starting line-up for next Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final clash with Monaghan.
I’M not sure where Ireland ranks on the list of ‘the world’s most dissatisfied nations’ - and factoring in the very existence of Northern Ireland undoubtedly only increases the dissatisfaction of many.
TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship quarter-final: Tyrone 1-15 Wexford 2-8 TYRONE are one step away from an second successive All-Ireland final appearance after overcoming Wexford in the TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate quarter-final in Drogheda.
TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship DONEGAL captain Karen Guthrie feels they are learning so much from managers Maxi Curran and Damian Devaney this season and that was the key to finally reaching the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final for the first time.
RYAN McAnespie may have a Tyrone address, but his heart belongs to Monaghan, the county of his birth, and so he’ll walk behind the band with his team-mates in blue and white in Sunday’s all-Ulster All-Ireland semi-final against the Red Hands.