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St Gall’s and St Paul’s make history

Friday September 2 saw history being made in Antrim, when St Paul’s and St Gall’s contested the first ever Senior ladies Championship final.

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Lámh Dhearg look to maintain Belfast monopoly

2011 has been a productive year so far for Lámh Dhearg. Last weekend, the club’s senior footballers qualified for the county football final but on Sunday

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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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