NATURALLY enough, Lámh Dhearg’s success in the Antrim football final was quite quickly put down to, among other things, the eventual development of their Ulster minor-winning team from the 2010 season.
Donegal JFC A Final; Naomh Colmcille 2-7 Red Hugh’s 0-8 Naomh Colmcille took their third Donegal Junior A Championship title following their win over Red Hugh’s in Saturday’s decider at O’Donnell Park.
LOCC Solitcitors Antrim Intermediate Football Championship final St Brigid’s 1-13 Dunloy 0-8 From Tomas McGurk at Ahoghill ST Brigid’s claimed their first Antrim Intermediate Football Championship since 2006 with a convincing eight-point win over Dunloy at Ahoghill on Saturday afternoon.
Premier Electrics Derry Junior Football Championship Final Doire Trasna 2-11 Limavady 0-9 Doire Trasna completed the league and championship when they defeated Limavady for the fourth time this season with an eventually comprehensive eight point victory, a crowd of 1804 in Celtic Park to witness that feat, and minor titles for Ballinascreen and Glen.
The first ever Tyrone SFC final between Omagh and Errigal Ciaran provides a fitting climax to what has been a thrilling championship series tomorrow at Healy Park (4pm) A fascinating clash of an experienced St Enda’s side against an Errigal outfit sprinkled with exciting youngsters is just about as predictable as any of the many close, exciting and surprising ties played out over the past month or so.
Armagh Senior Football Championship final: Sean McDermott’s, Maghery (holders) v Armagh Harps (tomorrow, The Athletic Grounds, 5pm) AS in a few other counties around Ulster, there is a changing of the guard in Armagh.