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All-Ireland club champions Slaughtneil strong favourites in Derry Camogie semi-final

Séamas McAleenan
Walsh's Hotel Derry Senior Championship semi-finals: Martin Mulholland Cup: Sat Sep 22: Bellaghy: 2pm: Slaughtneil v Lavey; 4pm: Swatragh v Eoghan Rua THE Walsh's Hotel Derry Senior Championship semi-finals are likely to throw up contrasting games this afternoon in Bellaghy if we go on the evidence of the quarter-finals last weekend.

Celebrating Ulster’s greatest GAA gladiators

Gerry McLaughlin
It was truly a night of a thousand stars, when the Gaelic glitterati togged out in their finest, as the hills around the Cathedral city slowly turned to rust, writes Gerry McLaughlin.

Cushendall and Loughgiel camogs to contest Antrim final

Séamas McAleenan
Antrim Fire Stop & Seal Ltd Senior Camogie Championship semi-final: Ruairí Óg Cushendall 1-10 Rossa 0-11 RUAIRÍ ÓG Cushendall will not mind one bit that this opening Antrim Fire Stop & Seal Ltd Senior Championship semi-final in Ahoghill on Saturday was high in endeavour but low in quality as they qualified for their first county senior final since 2000.

Ballygalget can seal 'Cran rematch

By Padraig Kelly
Down Senior Hurling Championship: Ballygalget v Portaferry (tomorrow, Ballycran, 3pm) TWO into one can’t go so the Down Senior Hurling Championship is set to lose a big player as Portaferry and Ballygalget meet tomorrow for the right to face Ballycran in the final.

Down must topple big favourites Cork to claim All-Ireland camogie prize

Séamas McAleenan
Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship final: Croke Park, Sunday (2pm): Cork v Down CORK are strong favourites to land the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate title after defeat in the past two finals and an unbeaten run through league and championship this season.

Braniff blow for Portaferry

By Padraig Kelly
Down Senior Hurling Championship round-robin: Portaferry v Ballycran (today, Ballygalget, 5pm) A BACK injury looks set to rule Portaferry veteran Paul Braniff out of this year’s Down Championship, much to the dismay of manager Noel Sands.

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