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Kicking Out: Let's talk about six

Cahair O'Kane
WHEN Kerry beat Dublin in the 1975 All-Ireland final, Kevin Moran was sitting watching it in Mulligan’s bar on Poolbeg Street, its back touching the Liffey.

Mellon masterclass steers Slaughtneil to fifth successive Ulster title triumph

SEAMAS McALEENAN
2020 Ulster senior club camogie final replay: Slaughtneil (Derry) 1-12 Loughgiel (Antrim) 0-8 JUST watching Slaughtneil going about their business in Saturday’s Ulster senior club replay to claim a fifth successive title, it seemed that they had unleashed a secret weapon in Sinéad Mellon after last week’s 0-9 each draw in Ballymena.

Gilligan sees room for improvement as Kilcoo sweep past Ramor

SHAUN MAHONEY
Ulster Club Senior Football Championship quarter-final: Ramor United 1-8 Kilcoo 3-13 KILCOO assistant manager Conleith Gilligan insists his side will have to improve if they are to get past Glenn/Scotstown in the Ulster Club Championship semi-final.

Cliftonville bring flawless Solitude record into County Antrim Shield clash with Linfield

Padraig O Meiscill
Danske Bank Premiership: Cliftonville 1 Ballymena United 0 IT’S now 12 games played, 12 games won at Solitude for Cliftonville this season following Saturday’s victory over Ballymena, and manager Paddy McLaughlin is hoping the Reds can channel that formidable form into tomorrow’s County Antrim Shield semi-final with Linfield.

Comeback kings Clann Eireann book Ulster semi spot after overcoming Kickham's Creggan

From Brendan Crossan at Corrigan Park
Ulster Club Senior Football Championship quarter-final: Kickham's Creggan (Antrim) 0-17 Clann Eireann (Armagh) 2-14 THE devil-may-care heroes of Clann Eireann wrote another glorious chapter into the club's history books by recording a fantastic debut win in the Ulster Club Championship yesterday after sharing an extra-time thriller with Antrim champions Kickham's Creggan at Corrigan Park.

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