Category: Latest Hurling
The executive committee of Derry GAA recommends Johnny McGarvey (Erin’s Own, Lavey) for the position of Derry senior hurling manager
Slaughtneil claimed a historic tenth successive Derry hurling title in Sunday’s Leadon Timberframe SHC Final at Owenbeg, where they overcame Kevin Lynch’s.
Slaughtneil and Kevin Lynch’s face off in Sunday’s Leadon Timberframe Derry Senior Hurling Championship Final at Owenbeg (3pm).
Derry’s fixtures for both the Football League and Hurling League in 2022 have been confirmed by the GAA.
Offaly’s hurlers produced a strong scoring display in Croke Park in Sunday to defeat Derry en route to claiming the 2021 Christy Ring Cup.
Derry are through to the Christy Ring Cup Final for the first time since 2015 after they held off a valiant challenge from first-time semi-finalists Sligo at Owenbeg on Saturday.
Derry produced their best performance of the season to brush aside the challenge of Wicklow by eleven points in Saturday’s Christy Ring Cup fixture
Derry hurlers got their 2021 Christy Ring Cup campaign off to a great start in Athleague following a late victory against Roscommon on Saturday
Derry’s senior hurlers recorded their opening win of the 2021 Allianz Hurling League, following an exciting shoot-out at Ballinascreen.
Derry’s senior hurlers fell to a disappointing Allianz League defeat at Hawkfield on Sunday, when a Kildare goal-blitz ensured the home side would earn both points
Derry senior hurlers will be led by Cormac O’Doherty for the 2021 season after the Slaughtneil man was announced as captain by the new management team of Dominic McKinley and Cormac Donnelly.
Derry GAA are pleased to confirm that Dominic McKinley and Cormac Donnelly have been appointed as head coaches of the Derry senior hurling team.
Derry Senior hurling manager John McEvoy and the management team (2019-2020) have stepped down from their positions for the 2021 season.
Derry’s hurlers 2020 Christy Ring Cup campaign is over following defeat to an on-form Offaly in Newry on Saturday.