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Hitting The Target: Taste for GAA nostalgia wanes as time goes by

Seamus Maloney
COUNTY teams are back this week, club titles are being decided, the Championships are around the corner. It’s enough to make you feel nostalgic for all that nostalgia we had to rely on while sport was in the pandemic lockdown deep freeze.

Kicking Out: Gouging has no place and must be treated so

Cahair O'Kane
WHEN Stade Francais prop David Attoub stuck his finger in the eyes of Ulster’s Stephen Ferris during a Heineken Cup game in 2010, a judge described it as “the worst act of contact with the eyes that I have had to deal with: it is a case of deliberate eye-gouging”.

Maghery inflict first Armagh final defeat on Cross since 1982 to return to top

Neil Loughran at the Athletic Grounds
YOU wouldn’t have paid much more than 70p for a pint the last time Crossmaglen came out on the wrong side of an Armagh final, but the Maghery players won’t have had to spend a penny during last night’s celebrations after bringing the Gerry Fegan Cup back to the Loughshore.

Camogie: Reports from Antrim, Derry and Down Championship action

Séamas McAleenan
Antrim Senior Championship semi-final Loughgiel 4-15 Cushendall 1-3; Ballycastle 1-8 Dunloy 1-6 BALLYCASTLE played magnificently for 45 minutes of their Antrim senior semi-final in Ballymena on Saturday evening, and yet were almost lucky to get away with a two points’ victory.