DERRY ended Antrim’s eight-year stranglehold on the Ulster U21 Championship last week – and tonight bid to land the title for the first time since 2008 when they take on Down at Belfast’s Corrigan Park.
ANTRIM have reported a clean bill of health for this evening’s All-Ireland quarter-final showdown against Dublin – and they need everything to go their way to have any chance of reaching the last four.
Déise to march into another semi-final All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final Waterford v Wexford (tomorrow, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, 4pm) CONQUERORS of Kilkenny yet only fourth in the All-Ireland betting – it seems that Waterford still have a bit to go before they can convince people that they are genuine contenders for the Liam MacCarthy Cup.
Munster SHC final: Clare v Cork (tomorrow, Semple Stadium, 4pm, live on RTÉ2) CLARE will be hoping Donal Óg Cusack’s knowledge of the Cork set-up will prove invaluable to them in tomorrow’s Munster final.
Danske Bank Danny Flynn Cup final: St Patrick’s Banbridge 5-10 St Colman’s Ballynahinch 6-5 Danske Bank Mulholland Cup final: St Patrick’s Banbridge 5-11 St Colman’s Ballynahinch 2-11 There was double celebration recently for St Patrick’s Banbridge as the school collected their first two Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ football titles after two high-scoring games with St Colman’s Ballynahinch in Ahagallon.