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Strong second-half sees Carrickmore safely past Loch Gowna in Paul McGirr Tournament

Irish News GAA
Paul McGirr U16 Club Champions Tournament: Carrickmore 5-14 Loch Gowna 1-10 An outstanding second-half display of defensive steel and attacking flair saw Tyrone U16 kingpins Carrickmore qualify for the club's first ever Ulster final at any grade in the first semi-final of the Paul McGirr U16 Club Champions Tournament at the weekend.

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.

Banagher can emerge from shoot-out

By Padraig Kelly
Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship semi-final: St Mary’s, Banagher (Derry) v Mullahoran Dreadnoughs (Cavan) (tonight, Athletic Grounds, 5pm) IF it’s high-scoring and entertainment that you’re searching for this weekend, then chances are you will be rewarded if you take in Mullahoran’s clash with Banagher at the Athletic Grounds this evening.

St Enda's and Tattyreagh aiming to extend dream seasons

By Padraig Kelly
Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship semi-final: St Enda’s, Glengormley (Antrim) v Tattyreagh, St Patrick’s (Tyrone) (tonight, Athletic Grounds, 7pm) TATTYREAGH are not the only side enjoying a season from their dreams as St Enda’s try to add to their own bit of history in Armagh this evening.

St Enda's and Tattyreagh aiming to extend dream seasons

By Padraig Kelly
Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship semi-final: St Enda’s, Glengormley (Antrim) v Tattyreagh, St Patrick’s (Tyrone) (tonight, Athletic Grounds, 7pm) TATTYREAGH are not the only side enjoying a season from their dreams as St Enda’s try to add to their own bit of history in Armagh this evening.

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