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Dazzling Donaghamoyne deliver 11th Ulster ladies football crown

Ulster Senior Club Championship Final: Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) 1-15 Glenfin (Donegal) 1-8 DONAGHMOYNE produced a stunning second-half performance, inspired by Cathriona McConnell, to clinch their 11th Ulster senior club crown in 15 years at Glenfin’s expense in Saturday’s decider at Killyclogher.

Danske Bank Premiership - previews of all Saturday's games

Padraig O Meiscill
DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP PREVIEWS (All games today, 3pm, unless stated) Institute v Coleraine (today, 1pm) INSTITUTE cemented their place in mid-table last weekend with a win away at Warrenpoint and they will be keen to keep the momentum going this afternoon.

Donaghmoyne and Glenfin primed for Ulster ladies football final battle

Thomas Hawkins
Ulster Senior Ladies Football Club Championship Final: Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) v Glenfin (Donegal) (Today, Killyclogher, 3pm) TEN-TIME Ulster champions Donaghmoyne are out to regain their provincial crown this afternoon but standing in their way ready for the dog-fight as they aim to win a first are Glenfin.

Cliftonville manager Barry Gray hoping for Reds fans roar

Padraig O Meiscill
Danske Bank Premiership: Cliftonville v Glentoran (today, 3pm) FOLLOWING last week’s encouraging away win, Cliftonville manager Barry Gray wants to give the fans at Solitude more to get about excited about, starting this afternoon against Glentoran.

Lynch's delight as he edges out idol Canning

Cahair O'Kane
FROM careering on to the pitch after matches trying to snatch Joe Canning’s signature, Cian Lynch moved up in the world last night by snatching the Hurler of the Year award from the Galway idol.

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