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Antrim camogs on the road on return to senior championship action

Séamas McAleenan
Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Senior championship Group Two: Offaly v Antrim (today, Birr, 5pm) ANTRIM’S first game in the All-Ireland senior championship for quite some time will see them travel to Birr after a mixed bag from their last two games.

Hurling Matchbox: All to play for in Leinster and Munster

Liam Maguire
By Liam Maguire TODAY Leinster SHC round four Laois v Galway (O’Moore Park, 5pm) THE narrow defeat of Kilkenny a fortnight ago put Galway in a favourable position for a Leinster final spot ahead of today’s game and their final round clash with current group leaders Dublin.

Rebel camog enjoying fruitful revival in the Orchard county

TWO decades on from winning the first of her four All-Ireland senior medals and eight years since she last wore a county jersey, Jennifer O’Leary is back winning provincial titles with her sights set on a return to Croke Park on All-Ireland finals’ day.

Armagh's experience denies Antrim provincial clean sweep

Ulster Intermediate Championship Final: Armagh 0-13 Antrim II 0-7 ARMAGH’S greater experience helped them retain their Ulster Intermediate title and their 0-13 to 0-6 victory in sunny Edendork on Sunday prevented a clean sweep of provincial crowns by Antrim.

Tipperary rue missed chances after Munster loss to Limerick

Liam Maguire
Munster SHC round three Limerick 3-21 Tipperary 0-23 HAVING now lost three from three in this year’s Munster senior hurling campaign, Tipperary manager Colm Bonnar lamented their failure to take their chances against Limerick yesterday afternoon.

Derry looking at return to Christy Ring Cup final

Pádraig Ó Meiscill
Christy Ring Cup round four: Derry v London (Sunday, Owenbeg, 12pm) WHETHER Derry’s hurlers have had a good year or a great year will be determined in the next couple of weeks and manager Dominic ‘Woody’ McKinley knows it.