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Ulster SHC semi-final Published 30/06/2014 02:30 There was a bizarre end to this clash which ended all square after the teams had played four periods of extra-time but there were doubts expressed as to whether that was covered under rule or not.
Rory Kavanagh is suspended after getting sent off in the Division 2 league final and his centre-field partner Neil Gallagher is in a race against time to make the big clash with Division 1 finalists Derry in Celtic Park. Gallagher damaged an ankle in
A throwback full-back on a Derry team on the rise, McKaigue has a Croke Park date on the horizon with All-Ireland champions Dublin in Sunday's league final. After that, there's a crack at neighbours Donegal on home soil in the Ulster championship...
Mark Lynch bagged the Oak Leaf's first score of the day before both sides traded scores, Ciaran McFaul and Emmett McGuickin for the Ulster men, Keith Higgins and Freeman for Mayo. In an open game, Derry raised the first green flag of the day on the
It was a weekly clip, featuring roster members Chrissy McKaigue of Derry and Tadhg Kennelly of Kerry taking team-mates through a series of hurling and Gaelic football challenges...McKaigue was popular among the squad, too, but trying to break into
Mickey Harte's side trailed by four points towards the end of a first half that Cavan had totally bossed, but crucially scored 1-1 in injury-time, Plunkett Kane with the only goal of the game, to draw level at the break. Cavan had Killian Brady sent
Vincents set-up final date after victory over battling Ballinderry St. Vincents saw off the challenge of a brave Ballinderry outfit in Newry today to reach the All-Ireland club final where they will meet Castlebar Mitchels. The gifted footballers of
Bateson stopped playing for Ballinderry 10 years ago, having scored the first goal two years earlier in the All-Ireland club final win over Nemo Rangers in Thurles. These days he no longer lives in the parish but remains an enthusiastic follower,
O'Neill has missed Tyrone's wins over Offaly and Roscommon with an Achilles problem and Kildare won't be too happy to see him back as he was a key man for the Red Hands when they beat them in both the group stages and semi-finals of this year's
Hard to go against Ryan Bell, who kicked 0-6 in only his third championship match, but McCloskey was the inspirational force behind Derry's win. He missed the last game with Down due to injury and was the difference this time, dominating midfield