Articles tagged with: Hurling

HURLING: TIMOLIN TUCKS AWAY TWO GOALS IN MID-WEEK TYRONE TRIUMPH

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5 Apr 2013 Comments Off on HURLING: TIMOLIN TUCKS AWAY TWO GOALS IN MID-WEEK TYRONE TRIUMPH
HURLING: TIMOLIN TUCKS AWAY TWO GOALS IN MID-WEEK TYRONE TRIUMPH

Tyrone 3-12 Monaghan 3-07 A SHARPER, hungrier Tyrone inflicted a first defeat on Monaghan in this year’s Ulster minor hurling league division 2 when the sides met at Garvaghey on Wednesday evening last. Played in bitterly cold conditions with snow falling practically throughout this was as much a contest of endurance as anything else with the home side adapting that much better to the prevailing conditions which was a major feature in the eventual outcome. With Mickey Cunningham dominating in midfield for the home side they were only headed once in the entire contest ...

CASTLEBLAYNEY NOW EYE ULSTER PRIZE AFTER DOING THE DOUBLE IN MONAGHAN

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28 Sep 2012 Comments Off on CASTLEBLAYNEY NOW EYE ULSTER PRIZE AFTER DOING THE DOUBLE IN MONAGHAN
CASTLEBLAYNEY NOW EYE ULSTER PRIZE AFTER DOING THE DOUBLE IN MONAGHAN

By John Graham Castleblayney won the Silver Hill Foods Seniior Hurling League Final last Saturday and now have their eye on the bigger stage of the Ulster club championship. Blayney boss Paul Hughes saw the league final as ideal preparation and also a good occasion to give some of the squad players match experience but he is also aware that it is a big step up from senior hurling in Monaghan to the standard at intermediate level in Antrim. “Yes we were able to bring in a full complement of substitutes and we ...

COUNTY BOARD ISSUES DETAILED STATEMENT ON HURLING CONTROVERSY

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13 Apr 2012 Comments Off on COUNTY BOARD ISSUES DETAILED STATEMENT ON HURLING CONTROVERSY

By Michael McDonnell michael@northern-standard.ie The Monaghan GAA County Board yesterday issued a detailed statement to The Northern Standard outlining its position on the controversy surrounding the withdrawal of the county’s senior hurling panel from next Sunday’s Allianz Hurling Division 3A final in the wake of the team manager Mattie Lennon’s decision to resign last Friday. In an unseemly dispute over club fixtures that has been played out on the national airwaves and highlighted in columns of the daily newspapers, the ex-hurling boss Mr Lennon accused the County Board members of “lacking common ...

INNISKEEN HURLERS WIN HISTORIC FIRST SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS …

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5 Aug 2010 Comments Off on INNISKEEN HURLERS WIN HISTORIC FIRST SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS …

Inniskeen wrote a whole new chapter in their illustrious history when they took the club’s first ever senior hurling championship title on Sunday last, defeating Castleblayney in a highly exciting contest in Aughnamullen. Fortune favours the brave is an adage that is often quoted in such circumstances and Inniskeen proved both its worth and its truth with a scintillating second half performance and a storming finish that ultimately clinched the title. The victory sees this group of players achieve another notable first for the club in that quite a number of them ...