By Frank Craig Goalkeepers aren’t completely mad, they’re just different. Being the most vulnerable member of a team, the only ones we ever really remember with egg on their faces, they have to be. Advertisement The eccentricity gene commonly shared means they are risk-takers. Traditional Gaelic football stoppers, those from a different time and place, […]
Patton: There will be confusion and mistakes
By Frank Craig Shaun Patton admits there will be plenty of trepidation surrounding the GAA’s return to play – and it won’t all be Covid-19 based. The GAA has confirmed that the new playing rule changes, implemented at the start of the year, are to remain in place. Advertisement Inter-county sides have some experience of […]
No excuses as Maxi Curran says: ‘St Eunan’s made too many errors’ in UIster semi
MAXI Curran was offered a few excuses, but the St Eunan’s manager accepted none of them following Sunday’s Ulster semi-final loss against Omagh St Enda’s
Report: Barry Tierney goal the difference as St Eunan’s bow out of Ulster
ON an afternoon of wafer-thin margins, Barry Tierney’s first-half goal fired Omagh St Enda’s through to their first-ever Ulster senior club final and left St Eunan’s with that nagging, haunting feeling of emptiness.
Report: Comfortable and controlled display sees St Eunan’s through
ST EUNAN’S 1-09 ROSLEA SHAMROCKS 0-06 REPORT BY CHRIS MCNULTY AT O’DONNELL PARK ST EUNAN’S put Fermanagh champions Roslea to the sword to book their ticket to the Ulster Club semi-finals. Advertisement It was only St Eunan’s third ever win in the Ulster Championship and Maxi Curran’s team are now just an hour off the […]
Ollie Horgan urges players to energise Finn Park support against Longford Town
Finn Harps host Longford Town in a game that marks the end of the first half of the season
Report: Josh Mailey sent off, but Ruairi Keating earns Finn Harps draw with Shelbourne
RUAIRI Keating rescued a point for battling Finn Harps, who played 75 minutes against First Division table-toppers Shelbourne with ten men following the sending off of Josh Mailey.
St Eunan’s College and Colaistí Inis Eoghain gear up for MacLarnon Cup final
St Eunan’s College and Colaistí Inis Eoghain meet in the MacLarnon Cup final in Armagh on Monday
Kevin McHugh to miss Finn Harps clash with Shamrock Rovers B
FINN Harps captain Kevin McHugh will sit out Sunday’s game against Shamrock Rovers B at Tallaght Stadium (kick-off 3pm) because of an injury.
Ollie Horgan challenges Shaun Patton and Conor Winn to earn Finn Harps’ no.1 spot
OLLIE Horgan, the Finn Harps manager, says he will let goalkeepers Shaun Patton and Conor Winn battle it out over the next few weeks to win the club’s number 1 shirt for the start of the new season.