‘There is a fear in the unknown…I’m going in as head coach, something I’ve never done before’

JIM MCGUINNESS FLIES out to North Carolina tonight as he begins the next chapter of his coaching career in the soccer world. Former Donegal boss Jim McGuinness. The former Donegal GAA manager is stepping into his first managerial position in his adopted sport at United Soccer League (USL) Championship side Charlotte Independence, where he hasRead moreRead more

Member of famous Offaly hurling family to take over four-time All-Ireland club hurling champions

A MEMBER OF the Whelehan family will be back in charge of four-time All-Ireland winning club Birr next season with Barry Whelehan having being appointed as the Offaly club’s new senior hurling boss. Click Here: Cheap FIJI Rugby Jersey The Whelahan brothers celebrating their 2001 Leinster club final victory. Source: INPHO Congratulations and best ofRead moreRead more

Dummy solos, both feet, what a finish – we’ll never tire of watching this incredible goal

WHAT A GOAL. It was a huge weekend of ladies football action as new champions were crowned in the All-Ireland senior, intermediate and junior club competitions. Mourneabbey ended five years of hurt and heartbreak as they finally got their hands on the Dolores Tyrrell Memorial Cup on Saturday night while it was two out ofRead moreRead more

‘Anything is possible’ – Mullinalaghta give hope to small clubs all over Ireland

MULLINALAGHTA HAD FIVE starters on the Longford team that went down by 19 points to Dublin in this year’s Leinster semi-final – Patrick Fox, Donal McElligott, David and James McGivney, and Rian Brady. Kilmacud’s Cian O’Sullivan and Paul Mannion were key members of the Dublin outfit that day in June and would go on toRead moreRead more

Tyrone GAA keeper to line out in Irish League Cup semi-final against Linfield

TYRONE GOALKEEPER NIALL Morgan will line out for Dungannon Swifts in a League Cup semi-final tonight after getting permission from manager Mickey Harte. Morgan, who has recently played for Dungannon, has been drafted into the starting line-up for the clash with Linfield at Stangmore Park due to a goalkeeper crisis in the Swifts. The42 understands however,Read moreRead more

18-time All-Ireland winner Corkery commits to Cork camogie for 2019

EIGHTEEN-TIME ALL-IRELAND winner Briege Corkery has committed to the Cork camogie team for the 2019 season. Corkery returned to the squad ahead of their All-Ireland semi-final against Tipperary in August after an almost two-year absence which included giving birth to her son Tadhg at the end of March. She was introduced from the bench inRead moreRead more

RTÉ confirm nominees for 2018 Team of the Year and Young Sportsperson of the Year

FOLLOWING A YEAR of unprecedented success in Irish sport at home and on the international stage, RTÉ have confirmed their respective shortlists for Team of the Year and Young Sportsperson of the Year. Last week the broadcaster released its 13-person shortlist for Sportsperson of the Year, with tonight’s announcement completing the lineup for this week’sRead moreRead more

Kenny’s reign as Dublin hurling boss up and running with Carlow win

Dublin 2-21 Carlow 1-16 NEW DUBLIN HURLING manager Mattie Kenny watched his side open their 2019 season with a comfortable Walsh Cup victory over Carlow at Netwatch Cullen Park this evening. Kenny, who guided Cuala to back-to-back All-Ireland club titles, took over from Pat Gilroy last month and goals from Eamon Dillon and Fintan McGibbRead moreRead more

Westmeath now optimistic of star forward’s return for league campaign

A WEEK AFTER appearing to rule John Heslin out of his plans for the foreseeable future, Westmeath manager Jack Cooney has indicated that the star forward may feature next season after all.  Click Here: monaghan gaa jerseys Cooney stated last week that the St Loman’s clubman would not be available to Westmeath in 2019 due toRead moreRead more

Ex-Kerry senior joins Anthony Cunningham’s Roscommon football set-up

FORMER KERRY SENIOR Conor Cox has joined up with the Roscommon footballers for 2019. The talented forward played senior league with the Kingdom in 2015 and has been in and around the panel, and has three All-Ireland junior titles to his name from 2012, 2015 and 2017. He contributed greatly to all three wins, mostRead moreRead more