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Antrim Ladies far too strong for Fermanagh in JFC Final replay

Louise Gunn at The Athletic Grounds, Armagh
TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Final replay: Antrim 3-15 Fermanagh 0-11 ANTRIM proved much too strong for Fermanagh in Saturday's All-Ireland Junior Championship Final replay to claim the West County Hotel Cup for the first time in 10 years.

Antrim and Fermanagh ladies aiming for the stars in the Cathedral City

Louise Gunn

TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Final Replay: Antrim v Fermanagh (Today, Athletic Grounds, Armagh, 5pm, live on TG4) THE destination of the West County Cup, the All-Ireland Junior Championship trophy, will be finally be known when Antrim and Fermanagh come face-to-face in this evening’s junior final replay in Armagh.

Old forces and new worth looking at

Cahair O'Kane
WHEREAS the regenerating forces of old take centre stage in Derry this weekend, there will be plenty of interest in its newest champion as they begin the defence of their title.

Eamonn McEneaney fancied to take Latton reins

Colm Shalvey

The Greenfield Foods-sponsored Monaghan Senior Football Championship continues this weekend, with tomorrow evening’s game between Latton and Castleblayney already looking like a must-win encounter for both teams.

GAA has central role to play in smashing down sectarian walls

Andy Watters

THE criticism of the Orange Order and the July bonfires was always going to provoke a backlash and it came in the furore over the PSNI GAA team’s withdrawal from a ‘Dads and lads’ tournament at Banbridge’s Clann na Banna club and, this week, Coalisland's Francis Hughes Memorial Tournament.

Fermanagh 'keeper Roisin Gleeson still ahead of the game

Louise Gunn

TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Junior Championship Final replay: Fermanagh v Antrim (tomorrow, Athletic Grounds, 5pm) AS a goalkeeper there is only the jersey to fight for, only one position on the field for you and there could be two, maybe even three battling for that number one spot.

Antrim's Aine Tubridy delighted to get a second bite at Junior All-Ireland title

Louise Gunn

TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Final ANTRIM midfielder Aine Tubridy admits she thought the All-Ireland title was gone from their grasp when Fermanagh edged into a slender one point lead with just over two minutes remaining of their TG4 All-Ireland Championship Final in Croke Park almost two weeks ago.