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Glenties to squeeze out Clontibret

Cahair O'Kane
AIB Ulster Club SFC semi-final: Clontibret v Naomh Conaill (tonight, 7pm, Healy Park, live on TG4) SIX weeks ago, this looked all lined up to be someone’s shot at revenge against Gaoth Dobhair, be it Crossmaglen or Scotstown.

Magheracloone rise from the rubble to take on Down champions Glenn in Ulster Intermediate clash

Andy Watters
Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship semi-final: Glenn John Martins (Down) v Magheracloone Mitchells (Monaghan) (tomorrow, the Athletic Grounds, 1pm) MONAGHAN champions Magheracloone have had to rise out of the rubble and practically start from scratch after their grounds and clubhouse were destroyed as a consequence of the collapse of a disused nearby mine last year.

Derrygonnelly Harps take on Kilcoo in Ulster semi-final showdown

Andy Watters
Ulster club SFC semi-final: Derrygonnelly (Fermanagh) v Kilcoo (Down) (tomorrow, the Athletic Grounds, 3pm) DERRYGONNELLY began this campaign – their fifth consecutive foray into Ulster – with a single win behind them so perhaps it’s not surprising that they’ve been tipped to lose twice already.

Blackhill to make up for 2016 anguish

By Padraig Kelly
Ulster Club Junior Football Championship final: Blackhill (Monaghan) v Buncrana (Donegal) (tonight, Healy Park, 5pm) MORE Donegal delight or will Blackhill be able to exercise the demons of 2016? Those are the talking points as the Emerald’s prepare to face Buncrana in this evening’s Ulster Junior Football final at Healy Park.

Cliftonville out to avoid Ballymena book-end

By Padraig Kelly
Danske Bank Premiership: Cliftonville v Ballymena United (today, Solitude, 3pm) BALLYMENA United’s 2-1 victory over Cliftonville at the end of September was a turning point in the season for both teams – but not in a way you would expect from such a result as the sides prepare to meet again at Solitude this afternoon.