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Slaughtneil will be glad of a rest: McKaigue

Cahair O'Kane
THEY’VE been hiding it well but Slaughtneil’s Karl McKaigue admits that they are mightily relieved to have the gift of a weekend off to look forward to.

Video: 'Fairytale' win for Latton Ladies

Back-to-back Ulster Club Championships are rare but Monaghan club Latton have stormed up the ranks to win both Junior and Intermediate titles in successive years.

Slaughtneil may have Omagh's measure yet again

Neil Loughran
AIB Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final: Robert Emmet’s, Slaughtneil (Derry) v Omagh St Enda’s (Tyrone) (tonight, Celtic Park, 7pm) NOVEMBER 30, 2014 – a huge day in the storied tale of Slaughtneil, its significance stretching far beyond bringing the Seamus McFerran Cup back to the south Derry village for the first time.

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