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Bright future ahead for Belfast hurling

Whilst our county camógs were fighting a valiant but losing battle in the All Ireland Intermediate final interest here at home saw the semi finals of the Antrim Senior Hurling Championship and the deciders of the Antrim Intermediate and Minor Hurling Championships.

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St John’s bridge seven-year-gap with Minor hurling title

St John’s won their first minor hurling title since 2004 when they beat last year’s champions Cushendall in Friday evening’s final at Casement Park.

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St Gall’s denied at the death by Cushendall

St Gall’s almost pulled off an amazing upset in the Antrim Senior Hurling Championship semi-final when they lost by a single point to Ruairi Ógs, Cushendall at a breezy Fr Healy Park, Loughgiel on Sunday night.

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Lámh Dhearg lift Intermediate hurling title

LÁMH Dhearg hurling manager Damien McConville admitted that Sunday’s victory in the Intermediate Championship final was the realisation of their 2011 ambitions.

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Fury opponent promises ‘backyard brawl’

BIG time boxing makes its second appearance in seven days in Belfast when British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Tyson Fury headlines a fantastic bill at the King’s Hall on Saturday.

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Time for Fathers to be fathers?

SHOULD there be an end to clerical celibacy in the Catholic Church? The former Bishop of Derry, Dr Edward Daly, spoke out at the start of the week, calling for “a place in the modern Catholic Church for a married priesthood”.

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