David Mohan has been Sports Editor at Belfast Media Group since 2015, having first began working for the company in 2009 on a freelance basis before returning in a full-time role as a sports journalist in 2013.
He is also a radio broadcaster, presenting a local sport and music show on Saturday afternoons.
“CHOOSE a job you love and you’ll never have to work a day in your life,” was once said by Chinese philosopher Confucius, born in 551 BC during an era known as the Spring and Autumn Period.
IT TOOK two periods of extra-time, steady nerve and a fiercely determined display, but O'Donovan Rossa finally emerged from an epic affair with Cargin to book a return to the Intermediate camogie final.
A GRAINNE McLaughlin-inspired Glenavy finished stronger as they found the scores ij the home stretch to overcome St John's in an entertaining Antrim Ladies Junior Football final at Naomh Éanna on Saturday afternoon.
A RETURN to the Antrim Intermediate Camogie Championship final is the prize on offer for O’Donovan Rossa on Sunday when the city side makes the trip to Ballymena to face Cargin in the semi-final.
IT will be a new challenge for Ulster on Friday night as one of South Africa’s new additions to the domestic schedule, Emirates Lions, will provide the opposition at Kingspan Stadium.
BELFAST Star will aim to put last week's opening defeat to UCD Marian at La Salle Sports Hall behind them when the defending Super League champions travel to face Killester BC in Clontarf on Saturday (7.45pm).
A RUTHLESS display from defending champions Dunloy saw them dash Rossa dreams of claiming the Volunteer Cup on Sunday as they completed a hat-trick of titles in devastating fashion at Corrigan Park.
ST OLIVER PLUNKETT moved into the quarter-finals of the Border Cup as they came through a lively game against Rosario at Lenadoon Park on Saturday.
IT has been 17 long years since O’Donovan Rossa last claimed an Antrim Senior Hurling Championship. Indeed, it’s the same length of time since they were last in the final, but on Sunday they have the opportunity to bring the Volunteer Cup back to the Shaws Road for the first time since 2004.
FOLLOWING an 18-month absence, the National Leagues in basketball return this weekend with a full round of fixtures in both men's and women's Super League and Division One.
THEY may be bidding for three-in-a-row and a fourth Antrim Senior Hurling Championship in five years, but Paul Shiels insists he and his Dunloy team-mates will approach Sunday's final as though it is their first.
HE was just 12 the last time Rossa won an Antrim Senior Hurling Championship, but the memories remain vivid for Stephen Beatty.
IN the past, a home fixture against Benetton may have been viewed as an opportunity for maximum points, but Ulster know they will have to be at their best if they want to maintain their winning start to the season when they host the resurgent Italians at Kingspan Stadium this evening (Friday, 7.35pm, live on BBC2).
IT could be a birthday weekend to remember for Ciaran Orchin as the Rossa corner back will turn 29 on Friday, two days before lining out against Dunloy in the Antrim Senior Hurling Championship final at Corrigan Park.
IT is that time of the year again as we throw open the nominations for the Aisling Sports Award, sponsored by Sean Graham Bookmakers.