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Coláistí Ghleann na Ró win first Ulster camogie title

Seamus McAleenan
Ulster Shield Junior final: Gleann na Ró 4-2 St Columba’s Portaferry 2-3 Coláistí Ghleann na Ró have taken their first Ulster camogie title pulling away during the second half of their Junior Shield final in Ballymena.

Cuala look good to hold onto Leinster crown

Leinster Senior Hurling Club Championship final: Cuala (Dublin) v Kilcormac-Killoughey (Offaly) (tomorrow, O’Moore Park, 2pm, live on TG4) HAVING secured a first-ever Leinster title last year, Dublin side Cuala are overwhelming favourites to retain their provincial crown when they meet Kilcormac-Killoughey in O’Moore Park tomorrow.

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Tony McGee
CHARLY Shanks and Catriona Casey won the men's and women's Irish Adult 40x20 Four-Wall Nationals in Belfast last year and they will defend their titles in Ballinrobe this weekend, both seeded Number One and both determined to retain their titles.

Dunloy (Antrim) v Kevin Lynch’s (Derry) open up weekend Ulster Minor Hurling action

Séamas McAleenan
Leadon Timber Frames Ulster Minor Hurling Tournament Cup semi-finals Saturday November 11 at 2pm: Dunloy (Antrim) v Kevin Lynch’s (Derry) Sunday November 12 at 1pm: Ballycran (Down) v Éire Óg Carrickmore (Tyrone) Quite a few players involved in this weekend’s semi-finals of the Leadon Timber Frames Ulster Minor Hurling Tournament hosted by Ballinascreen have gone through a hectic schedule of games in recent months.

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