BY FRANCIS MOONEY
WITH a mighty leap and a safe pair of hands, Darren McCurry plucked the ball from the sky and won the Ulster title for Tyrone.
BY SÉAMAS McALEENAN
All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship: Cork 2-14 Antrim 2-11 CORK went top of Group Two of the All-Ireland Intermediate Championship, holding off a late Antrim rally to make it two wins out of two in the Cork Camogie Grounds on Castle Road.
All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship: Kerry 0-9 Derry 2-17 DERRY are through to the knock-out stages of the All-Ireland Intermediate Championship with their second convincing victory on the road in as many weeks.
OLYMPIC double boxing medallist Paddy Barnes has said he has not received his first Covid-19 amid suggestions that a friend took a heart attack after receiving his.
WILL Barry and Shane McGuigan give the green light for a rematch between Tommy McCarthy and their man Chris Billam-Smith after the English fighter controversially shaded Saturday night's three-belt cruiserweight battle in London? McCarthy looked to have done enough to edge a close fight but he lost on split decision.
MICHAEL Conlan knows what his critics say.
THERE have been occasional successes (most notably an All-Ireland final appearance in 2010 of course) but for most of almost three decades now, Down fans have been waiting on the great leap forward.
OISIN McConville and Mickey Harte spent enough years sparring and starring at the heart of Ulster football.
BY ANTHONY GUNNING
IT was an agonising Sunday morning for Ireland's boxers as Kurt Walker came oh-so-close to a medal in a razor-thin defeat to Duke Ragan in the featherweight quarter-final, while an ankle injury to Aidan Walsh kept him from taking on Pat McCormack in the welterweight semi-final.
BY SÉAMAS McALEENAN
All-Ireland Senior Championship: Down 0-11 Dublin 1-9 A GOAL from Aisling Maher one minute from the end of normal time secured Dublin's status in the All-Ireland senior championship for next season and plunged Down into a relegation battle after a mistake-ridden game in Páirc Esler on Saturday.
FROM FRANCIS MOONEY AT CROKE PARK
Nicky Rackard Cup final: Mayo 2-27 Tyrone 1-14 A PUNISHING Croke Park encounter with a team of substance and class left Tyrone licking their wounds at the end of a heavy Nicky Rackard Cup final defeat.
Kenny Archer at Croke Park
2021 Ulster SFC Final: Tyrone 0-16 Monaghan 0-15
Rory Beggan: Tyrone’s set-up limited the effectiveness of his kick-outs but he adapted by leaving his goal at every opportunity.
Monaghan manager McEnaney close to tears as he reflects on "difficult couple of weeks" for his county
THERE were tears in his eyes as he spoke.
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