Wednesday, December 2, 2020
DRAWING on the famous support of the green and white faithful is more difficult now than it has ever been for Celtic players, and while Celtic Park echoes to nothing other than their own shouts they will have to...
THE Irish community in Coatbridge said a fond farewell to an iconic figure in the history of the Irish in Scotland as Fr Eamonn Sweeney retired as parish priest of St Patrick’s, Coatbridge after 25 years of priestly service...
Ian Colquhoun FOR the second time in 12 months, Hibernian FC has been humiliated at Hampden. A year ago, bungling Paul Heckingbottom’s dreadful Hibs side was annihilated 5-2 by Celtic in the League Cup Semi-Finals. Halloween, on Saturday, brought a...
CALL It Out: The Campaign Against Anti-Catholic Bigotry and Anti-Irish Racism have launched a call for recognition for the Irish community in Scotland following the lack of meaningful government response to the ongoing evidence which details the disproportionate effect...
GAELIC football competitions in Scotland are to be brought to a premature end following a vote by the Scotland County Board. The decision—taken with the input of the Youth Committee—sees competitive action at all age grades brought to an end...
Robert McGlone HAVING played every team now—and St Johnstone twice—it would appear Dundee United's manager, Micky Mellon, has gone back to defensive basics after a scrappy injury-time goal saw Livingston leave Tannadice with all three points in the bag. Since...
SANDS MacSwineys kicked off their efforts in what has been a stop-start campaign with a home tie against Tír Conaill Harps, with a strong contingent of homegrown players representing both clubs. The hosts started well in a fast-paced encounter and...
A SINGER-songwriter from Cork, who penned a touching tribute to the late Celtic and Manchester United footballer, Liam Miller, who tragically passed away in 2018 as a result of pancreatic cancer, hopes that it will keep his memory alive. February...
Edward Brady IT WAS disappointing that Aiden O’Brien and Joseph O’Brien (above) had to pull their horses out of the biggest race of the year—the Prix De L’Arc De Triomphe—due to contamination of the feed ingredient molasses, which was, in...
LIKE all GAA clubs worldwide, Tír Conaill Harps have had to adapt to what is the new normal, but despite all the restrictions the Glasgow club have actually increased its number of underage players. Much more planning than usual had...
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