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Slaughtneil camogie manager Damian McEldowney not looking past Ulster challenge

Séamas McAleenan
NWP Ulster senior club final: Slaughtneil Emmett’s (Derry) 0-11 Loughgiel Shamrocks (Antrim) 0-8 THERE seemed to be a certain calmness over Damian McEldowney, the Slaughtneil manager, as he stood in O’Neill Park in Dungannon with his young son in his arms just after his team had seen off the challenge of Loughgiel Shamrocks for the third year in a row to lift the Ulster title.

Crosserlough and Clonduff secure Ulster camogie honours

Séamas McAleenan
NWP Recycling Ulster Junior Club Championship final: Crosserlough (Cavan) 1-10 Loughgiel Shamrocks (Antrim) 2-6 THERE are several reasons why Crosserlough held on to their NWP Recycling Ulster Junior club title in Moy on Saturday afternoon.

Damian Casey keen to make winning shinty debut for Ireland

Colin Duffy
Damian Casey is keen to fully grasp the opportunity of playing for his country this Saturday as he makes his debut for Ireland against Scotland in the Marine Harvest Senior Shinty-Hurling International in Bught Park, Inverness (2pm).

Loughgiel Shamrocks to face Crosserlough in Junior camogie title decider

Séamas McAleenan
NWP Recycling Ulster Junior Club Championship semi-final: Bellaghy Wolfe Tones (Derry) 2-7 Crosserlough (Cavan) 3-6 THE EXPERIENCE gained in winning last year’s NWP Recycling Ulster Junior Club Championship stood to Cavan champions Crosserlough as their defence held on in Bellaghy on Sunday to claim a place in this season’s final.

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