Pat McEnaney says county teams that receive a high number of black cards only have themselves to blame.
After a very successful first year, the Celtic Challenge returns for the second year with a new title sponsor - Bank of Ireland.
Results from last week; the junior team were defeated by Strokestown in the division four league last Friday in Strokestown.
Our King & Moffat sponsored senior team had a super 2 point win over Western Gaels in Kilmore on Sunday last
St AidansV Oran at 12:00pm in Rockfield on Saturday 22nd April
League finalists Tipperary and Galway both have six representatives on our team of the week following their respective semi-final wins yesterday...
Davy Fitz features prominently in this week's round-up of Twitter activity...
"I won't do it again if that's any consolation."
Easter Sunday brought about more than just eggs this afternoon as we also had the NHL semi-finals to look forward to.
AISLING Moloney fired a hat-trick of goals as Tipperary maintained their 100 per cent Lidl Ladies National Football League record in 2017, while also progressing to a Division 3 final against Wexford.
CORK and Derry have qualified to face off in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 2 final, with Dublin and Roscommon making it through to the Division 3 decider, with both games scheduled for April 30.
The Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 3 and 4 semi-finals are on the agenda this Easter weekend as Tipperary, Offaly, Roscommon, Wexford, Longford, Carlow, Wicklow and Fermanagh all battle it out.
Six Kerry players and three Dubs make the cut in our football team of the week following an eventful weekend of Allianz FL finals action...
Our Senior team took on Clann na nGael on Sunday last in Kilmore in the O Rourke Cup.
Is Sergio Garcia's victory at the US Masters a sign of big things to come from the Mayo footballers?
"It is still the month of April, there is still a lot of work to be done for championship. I don't think it would have been the end of the world, but the fact we won is a positive, of course."
St Aidans V Oran Sunday 16th April at 11.30 in Ballyforan
Results from last weekend; the u16 girl's division two championship semi final against Shannon Gael's was postponed.
Michael Glavey's new found Rounders Team commenced their 1st Round Fixture at home V Roscommon Gaels-also newly formed, on Sunday 2nd April & recorded a comprehensive win.
Carlow continue to make a serious impact on the Camogie world and the county's Minors beat a gritty Roscommon by 4-10 to 0-12 in the All-Ireland C final at the Coralstown/Kinnegad grounds.
It's all to play for as Paul Geaney (Kerry) and Dublin's Dean Rock battle it out for the top scorer honour in this year's Allianz FL Division 1 competition.
Roscommon manager Kevin McStay credited his players in the aftermath of last Sunday's Division 1 final round clash against Cavan at Dr Hyde Park.