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Kenny Archer
ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: The club will host a charity football match this Saturday at 2pm and all adult players (over 17) are welcome to participate whether they are men, ladies or non-playing members.

Clare welcome Cork to Cusack Park

By Padraig Kelly
Munster Senior Hurling League Group B: Clare v Cork (today, Cusack Park, 2pm) GROUP B of the Munster Hurling League throws in this afternoon as 2018 finalists Clare welcome Cork to Cusack Park.

Sacred Heart, Newry camogs can deny St Colm’s, Draperstown

Séamas McAleenan
Senior Medallion Shield Camogie semi-final: Tuesday December 18 at 1pm in Derrytresk: St Colm’s, Draperstown v Sacred Heart, Newry TEN of the players that will start this senior Medallion Shield semi-final for St Colm’s, Draperstown in Derrytresk today have already collected Ulster medals with the school this term.

James McNaughton fires Antrim to Kehoe Cup win

Brendan McTaggart reports from Abbotstown
Bord na Mona Kehoe Cup: Round 2: Antrim 0-21 Wicklow 0-13 Antrim recorded an eight-point win to get their Kehoe Cup campaign and new boss Neal Peden's reign off to a winning start against Wicklow.

John O'Reilly: a true Gael of strength and vigour

Willis Marshall
The south Armagh village of Camlough will come to standstill today for the funeral of one of its adopted sons, John O’Reilly, who devoted his entire life to the promotion and welfare of the GAA.

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