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Red Hugh's beat Limavady to win Ulster junior football title

From Odhrán Crumley in Celtic Park
AIB Ulster Club Junior Football Championship final Limavady Wolfhounds (Derry) 1-9 Red Hugh's (Donegal) 1-11 NOTHING could have taken the beaming smile off Stephen McMenamin's face as he basked in provincial glory for Red Hugh's amongst a sea of red and black on the famous Celtic Park turf on Saturday evening.

Mullahoran make history with Ulster club football's first free-kick shoot-out win

From Francis Mooney at the Athletic Grounds
AIB Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship semi-final Mullahoran Dreadnoughts (Cavan) 1-16 St Mary's, Banagher 0-19 (after extra-time, Mullahoran win 5-3 in free-kick shoot-out) THE electrifying drama of a historic first free-kick shoot-out finally settled an epic Ulster Club IFC semi-final at the Athletic Grounds on Saturday.

St Enda's edge Tattyreagh to reach Ulster IFC final

From Francis Mooney at the Athletic Grounds
AIB Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship semi-final St Enda's, Glengormley (Antrim) 0-13 Tattyreagh St Patrick's 1-8 St Enda's of Antrim reeled off four late scores to end Tattyreagh's fairytale run and set up a meeting with Mullahoran in the Ulster Club IFC final.

Crossmaglen battle on but Gweedore advance to first Ulster Championship final

Andy Watters
Ulster Senior Club Football Championship semi-final: Gweedore (Donegal) 4-11 Crossmaglen (Armagh) 0-16 CROSSMAGLEN being Crossmaglen, this game was still alive long after it should have been dead and buried but Gweedore were in charge yesterday and they wrapped up the win they deserved well before the end.

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