Noel Mooney

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FAI chief executive John Delaney at the FAI agm at the Hotel Kilkenny.  Carefully selected figures were announced, with others distinctly absent. Photograph:  Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

The journey from the conference room in the basement of the Hotel Kilkenny to the main banqueting hall, up two flights of stairs, should take no more (...)

Louth manager Colin Kelly who guided his side to victory in the Leinster GAA Senior Football Championship first round clash against  Carlow yesterday. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

History has a habit of repeating itself where Louth are concerned and Saturday’s huge haul of 2-24 was their largest championship tally since puttin(...)

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny celebrates last season’s league title win. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

It may be a dozen years or so since the FAI’s then chief executive, Fran Rooney, said that things needed to change in a league where the clubs were u(...)

In Rambles in Eirinn, his popular 1902 account of traversing Ireland, William Bulfin described Durrow as “a gem in the basin of the Nore”. An attract(...)

Tyrone 1-22 Derry 1-17 (AET) January was never supposed to be like this. Tyrone and Derry dispensed with the predictable routine of pre-season skirm(...)

Tyrone’s Cathal McShane and Donegal’s Tony McClenaghan in action during the  EirGrid Ulster U-21 football championship final at Celtic Park, Derry. Photo: Lorcan Doherty/Inpho/Presseye

Tyrone 1-11 Donegal 0-13 Daniel McNulty converted an injury-time free as Tyrone landed a first Ulster U21 title since 2006, condemning Donegal (...)

 Paul McCusker (right) of Fermanagh: his goal eight minutes from time helped secure victory  over Tipperary. Photograph: Inpho

Fermanagh 2-9 Tipperary 0-11 A goal by Paul McCusker eight minutes from time secured a third consecutive victory for Fermanagh who continued th(...)

Darragh Mulgrew of St Eunan’s with Ciaran McLaughlin, Aaron Grugan and Justin McMahon of St Enda’s. Photograph: Lorcan Doherty/Inpho

Omagh St Enda’s 1-8 St Eunan’s 0-8  They made heavy work of it in the second half, but Omagh St Enda’s battled past Donegal champions St (...)

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