Cup Mckenna

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Conor McManus is currently recovering from a broken hand. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Conor McManus is a smart man, a successful auctioneer and a triple All Star footballer, yet even he doesn’t possess the vocabulary to do justice to a (...)

Donegal have been the poster boys for flattering to deceive, but topped their group in the league without talisman Michael Murphy. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Nothing became Division One North of the football league like the ending of it. Stop the clock at various stages of injury-time and you could have sen(...)

Declan Bonner: his Donegal team are unable to fulfil a McKenna Cup fixture on Sunday. Photograph: Evan Logan/Inpho

Here we are, in the dark depths of early January and great is the wailing of unhappiness emanating from the world of the GAA. Brexit will, in time, c(...)

 Kildare football manager Cian O’Neill’s side face Westmeath in the  O’Byrne Cup. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

O’Byrne Cup (Leinster SF) round three With Dublin receiving a bye to the O’Byrne Cup semi-finals, the remaining three places will be filled this week(...)

Gweedore’s Kevin Cassidy  celebrates scoring against  Crossmaglen in  the  Ulster Senior Football Championship semi-final at Healy Park, Co Tyrone. Photograph: Declan Roughan/Inpho

Not so long ago Joe Diver met two south-of-the-county men, Brian McEniff and Pauric McShea, on his travels. The trio are long-time compadres: Diver ha(...)

Peadar Healy could struggle to keep Cork in Division Two. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Cork Status: Steadily dropping. Last year’s unlucky relegation was followed by a first defeat by Tipperary since the 1940s and a fourth year of wat(...)

Mickey Harte: “We had a lot of our players without an Ulster championship medal and until you achieve that, that’s still to be done.” Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

 Heading into his 15th year as manager of Tyrone, Mickey Harte was in comparatively mellow mood in Dubai where he will, with Tipperary’s Liam Kea(...)

Dean Rock (Dublin) – 1st award

This year’s GAA-GPA football All Stars, sponsored by Opel, features six players from the Dublin team that dominated the year, winning League, Leinster(...)