Home Tag Archives: Monaghan

Tag Archives: Monaghan

No Tyrone Men In Owen Mulligan’s Team Of The Decade

Tyrone legend Owen Mulligan has named his Gaelic Football Team of the Decade, however, no players from his county are included. Mulligan, a Paddy Power GAA ambassador, has named nine Dublin stars in his Team of the Decade while there are two representatives each from Mayo and Donegal. The final two slots are taken by Kerry and Monaghan. As well …

Read More »

GAA Confirm Fixture Details For First Round Of Football Qualifiers


The GAA have confirmed the fixture details for the opening round of the football qualifiers which will take place on the weekend of June 8th/9th. The draw for the first round took place yesterday morning and threw up some interesting clashes including an all-Ulster meeting of Monaghan and Fermanagh while Carlow will face the losers of Kildare and Fermanagh who …

Read More »

Monaghan Vs Fermanagh Standout Tie In First Round Of Qualifiers

Monaghan will square off with Fermanagh in an all-Ulster clash as the draw for round one of the All Ireland football championship qualifiers was made on Monday. In another standout game, the winners of Kildare and Longford – who drew yesterday – will travel to Carlow while Westmeath who were defeated by Laois were handed a home tie against Waterford. …

Read More »

Allianz Deep Dive: Kerry’s Winning Mentality In Final Minutes

Brought to you by Allianz, proud sponsors of the Allianz Football & Hurling Leagues. Many expected today’s encounter to be a routine victory for Kerry at home to a struggling Monaghan. The Kingdom had enjoyed a 100 percent record in the Allianz Football League and, though they had been far from convincing at times throughout the campaign, they had also …

Read More »

Allianz Football League Round-Up: Mayo Put Tyrone To The Sword

Allianz Football League

Brought to you by Allianz, proud sponsors of the Allianz Football & Hurling Leagues. It was another busy day of Allianz Football League action as Kerry recorded their second win of the campaign while Mayo inflicted further woe on Tyrone. Mickey Harte’s side remain winless in the competition while Mayo are flying high following their comprehensive nine-point victory. The same could …

Read More »

Wylie On Long Commutes, Demanding Schedules & Marking The Best

Ryan Wylie

Ryan Wylie may be used to lining out against the blue jerseys of Dublin, but off the field, the Monaghan defender is settled into life in the capital.  The 24-year-old first moved to Dublin when he began his studies in Radiography in UCD and it was there that he struck up friendships with Paul Mannion, Jack McCaffrey and Michael Fitzsimons, …

Read More »

Conor McManus: Use Of Video Reviews In GAA Is A “No-Brainer”

Monaghan sharpshooter, Conor McManus believes that video review needs to be introduced to alleviate the pressure on referees in the GAA. Speaking at the GAA Youth Forum today in Croke Park, the two-time All-Star admitted that he was “not 100% convinced” that the proposed rule changes for Gaelic Football are the right choices, believing it may lead to further confusion …

Read More »

Malachy O’Rourke To Remain As Monaghan Manager Until 2020

Monaghan senior football manager, Malachy O’Rourke has agreed a new deal which will see him remain in his position until 2020.  The Fermanagh native first took charge of the Farney County in 2013, leading them to an Ulster title that year and again in 2015. Monaghan announced the news last night after he was ratified at their committee meeting. “Malachy …

Read More »

Dublin Dominate Pundit Arena Football Team Of The Year

Another football season has come to a close and while many would have predicted the outcome, the championship provided us with some outstanding performers, all of whom are named in the PA Football Team of the Year. 1. Rory Beggan (Monaghan) Rory Beggan had a fantastic season for Monaghan and was a key part of the reason why they got …

Read More »

Sludden Goal Helps Tyrone To One-Point Win Over Monaghan

Tyrone 1-13 Monaghan 0-15 The line up for the All Ireland has been confirmed as a late showing from Tyrone got them over the line against Monaghan in a low-quality semi-final in Croke Park. The game was in the balance going into the final 10 minutes until Niall Sludden found the net for Mickey Harte’s side with their old, reliable leaders showing …

Read More »

Owen Mulligan: “Shrewd” Harte Will Relish Chance To Beat Monaghan

Former Tyrone sharpshooter Owen Mulligan believes that his “shrewd” former manager, Mickey Harte will have a plan up his sleeve to rectify the mistakes his team made in their last outing against Monaghan. The reigning champions were knocked out of the Ulster championship by Malachy O’Rourke’s side in May, in a game that saw Peter Harte receive a straight red …

Read More »