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Casement Cup semi-final evenly balanced but St Mary’s, Magherafelt may edge it

Séamas McAleenan
Danske Bank Casement Cup semi-final: Monday Nov 12: 3pm in Allen Park, Antrim St Mary’s, Magherafelt v Rathmore Grammar LAST November St Mary’s Magherafelt really pushed St Patrick’s, Keady close in the Danske Bank Casement Cup final and they look intent on reaching a second final when they take on Rathmore Grammar in this afternoon’s semi-final in Allen Park, Antrim.

Castleblayney snatch winner in dying seconds to break Cushendun hearts in Ulster decider

From Brendan Crossan at The Athletic Grounds
Ulster Club Junior Hurling final: Castleblayney (Monaghan) 1-14 Robert Emmet’s Cushendun (Antrim) 0-16 TEARS flowed among the hurlers of Robert Emmet’s Cushendun yesterday afternoon as Castleblayney climbed the steps of the main stand in The Athletic Grounds to lift the Ulster junior title.

Cushendall victory comes at the cost of Arron Graffin injury

From Cahair O’Kane at the Athletic Grounds
HIS legs covered in tin foil, the jersey thrown over the top for heat as much as decoration as he sat on the floor of the tunnel, Arron Graffin’s team-mates huddled around him with the Four Seasons Cup back in their arms.

Down camogs claim five Soaring Stars

Séamas McAleenan
All-Ireland Intermediate runners-up Down had five players selected in the Liberty Insurance Soaring Stars team announced at the Camogie All-star banquet at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin.

Some doubts over Kevin Ryan's mooted re-appointment in Antrim

Brendan Crossan
KEVIN Ryan was interviewed for the vacant Antrim senior hurling managerial post last night as he is keen to make a dramatic return to the job he left three years ago – but doubts remain in the county over re-appointing the Waterford native.

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