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Paths to the final…

Lámh Dhearg produced an incredible fightback to shock Cargin at Casement Park. The sides swapped early goals but the Erin’s Own men looked well on course for victory with ten minutes to play when they led by seven.

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It’s a family affair for veteran Murray

HAVING played in three previous finals Kevin Murray knows the significance of Saturday’s showdown with St Gall’s.

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Niblock expects tight game with improving Lámhs

ANTRIM finals are nothing new to St Gall’s. When the De La Salle Park club take to the field on Saturday night they will be trotting out for the tenth time in eleven years on finals day. While this brings its own pressures, the mood around St Gall’s has been considerably more relaxed this term than last.

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Series of events to mark last county finals at ‘old’ Casement

Antrim GAA have planned a series of events to mark the last county finals at Casement Park before major redevelopment work starts at the Andersonstown venue.

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Early goals cost Antrim dear in All-Ireland final

Antrim failed to emulate Offaly by winning All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie honours 12 months after a Junior success, as the Saffrons succumbed to a three-point defeat in Sunday’s decider at Croke Park.

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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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