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The high fielding powerful eight and nines may be replaced my mobile movers in the middle third. LiveGaelic.com looks at the 10 best midfielders since the turn of the millennium: 10. BRIAN FENTON (Dublin) Only an under 21 in 2014, Fenton has established himself as probably the game’s current top midfielder. Was man of the match in the 2015 final and was a key member of the successful win[..]

CLARE 1-13 LIMERICK 1-12 (Sunday, 28th May – Munster Senior Championship) Limerick substitute Josh Ryan nearly saved Limerick’s blushes in Ennis when his late goal reduced arrears to one point. Clare led 1-8 to 0-6 at half-time after Eoin Cleary’s ninth minute major and with David Tubridy and Keelan Sexton also scoring, they led by four. Ryan got the green flag following an intercep[..]

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte was content with his team’s display after they began the defence of their Ulster championship with victory over Derry in Celtic Park. Despite kicking 12 wides over the 70 minutes, the defending champions managed 22 points hitting two purple patches of five points each to keep distance from the hosts. “At times, it was very good and at times we could do things [..]

Tyrone 0-22 Derry 0-11 (Sunday, 28th May – Celtic Park) The stats look impressive but this was a stroll for a Tyrone side nowhere near their best as they booked an Ulster semi-final meeting with Donegal on June 18th. Gradually, Mickey Harte’s team built a 0-5 to 0-0 advantage and maintained that buffer before pulling clear in the final 20 minutes. Tyrone had the luxury of 12 wides as De[..]

DERRY vs TYRONE (Sunday, 28th May – 2pm Celtic Park) Cork’s victory has the championship summer purring for more shocks and Derry will be looking for their own story as they attempt to dethrone Mickey Harte’s Tyrone. The Oak Leafers had a disappointing spring. Despite victories over promoted Kildare and Fermanagh, home losses to Down and Cork resulted in Damian Barton’s side droppin[..]

Ulster Senior Football Championship – Sunday, 28th May – 2pm Celtic Park NIALL KEENAN (Derry) The under 21 captain led the county to an Ulster final and played a key role in the Derry full back line. The Queen University is considered a strong man marker and will be deployed to keep an eye on Tyrone’s key threat. TIERNAN McCANN (Tyrone) Has responded from the ‘rufflegate[..]

CORK 2-27 TIPPERARY 1-26 (Sunday, 21st May - Munster Senior Hurling Championship) https://www.livegaelic.com/news/munster-hurling-champ-cork-clinch-classic/ CARLOW 0-24 WICKLOW 2-8 (Saturday, 20th May - Christy Ring Cup Semi-Final) Carlow moved within 60 minutes of a McCarthy Cup return after his comfortable win in Netwatch Cullen Park. Despite Wicklow goals from Eoin McCormack and Georg[..]

SATURDAY 20TH MAY Ulster Senior Football Championship MONAGHAN vs FERMANAGH (7pm Clones) Christy Ring Cup Semi-Finals CARLOW vs WICKLOW (3pm Netwatch Cullen Park) ANTRIM vs DOWN (5pm Cushendall) Nicky Rackard Cup Semi-Finals TYRONE vs ARMAGH (3pm Carrickmore) MONAGHAN vs DERRY (5pm Inniskeen) Christy Ring Cup Relegation Play-Off MAYO vs ROSCOMMON (5pm Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada) [..]

Provisional Fixtures (Subject to Change): Saturday 20th May – (Preliminary Round) – Monaghan vs Fermanagh (7pm St. Tiernach’s Park) Sunday 21st May – (Quarter-Final) – Donegal vs Antrim (4pm Ballybofey) Sunday 28th May – (Quarter-Final) – Derry vs Tyrone (2pm Celtic Park) Sunday 4th June – (Quarter-Final) – Down vs Armagh (2pm Pairc Esler) Sunday 11th June – (Qua[..]

Saturday, 20th May – FERMANAGH vs MONAGHAN (Ulster Senior Football Championship – 7pm) Sunday, 21st May – MAYO vs SLIGO (Connacht Senior Football Championship – 2pm), CORK vs TIPPERARY (Munster Senior Hurling Championship) Sunday, 28th May – DERRY vs TYRONE (Ulster Senior Football Championship – 2pm), DUBLIN vs GALWAY (Leinster Senior Hurling Championship) Sunday, 4th [..]