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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.

St Patrick’s, Knock forward power may outrun St Pius X, Magherafelt

Séamas McAleenan
Fr Davies Cup final: Wednesday Dec 12 at 6pm in UUJ: Our Lady’s and St Patrick’s, Knock v St Pius X, Magherafelt THE semi-finals of the Fr Davies’ Cup a fortnight ago were played in contrasting weather conditions and produced contrasting pathways to this evening’s final in UUJ between St Pius X, Magherafelt and Our Lady’s and St Patrick’s, Knock.

Ballygalget enjoy a walk in the park in London

AIB All-Ireland Club Hurling Championship quarter-final: Ballygalget (Down) 1-9 Brothers Pearse (London) 0-4 BALLYGALGET of Down coasted to the easiest of victories over London title holders Brothers Pearse in the All-Ireland Hurling Club Championship quarter-final before an attendance of 700 at Ruislip yesterday.

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