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Éire Óg and O’Donnells reach Junior final

Éire Óg overcame St Agnes’ in the Junior Championship last Friday night at Casement Park to set up a final against the reigning Champions, O’Donnells.

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Lámhs edge past Creggan

AN exhibition of free–taking from Paddy Cunningham helped Lámh Dhearg set-up an all-Belfast county football final at the expense of Creggan at Casement Park on Friday. At the rain-sodden Andersonstown venue, the Antrim marksman showed unerring accuracy on what was a horrible night for place kickers as he converted seven frees and chipped in with […]

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Champions cruise into county final

“Our subs could give us a better game.” A St Gall’s player was overheard making this unkind observation at half time of the Senior Football Championship semi-final between the reigning Antrim champions and St Brigid’s at Casement Park on Saturday. The statement bordered on arrogance, but when you looked to the Milltown bench packed with […]

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Antrim aim for All-Ireland camogie double

ANTRIM’S senior camógs will attempt to do what only Offaly have done before when they face Wexford in the All-Ireland Intermediate final at Croke Park on Sunday (2 pm).

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Lámhs look to build on famous Cargin victory

LÁMH DHEARG captain Cathal Kelly is hoping the experience of defeating Cargin can help propel his side into the county decider when they meet Creggan

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The ‘drive for five’ continues for champions

ST GALLS’ ‘drive for five’ Antrim senior football titles in a row continues when the West Belfast club face a fresh challenge in the form of St Brigid’s in the second

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