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SCOR: Eva hits right note with county Scor win!

Doire Trasna’s Eva Cassidy - the city’s sole representative at last weekend’s Scór na nÓg County final in Glenullin, made her own little piece of history by claiming a superb first place in the Amhráníocht Aonair (Solo Singing) category.

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Na Magha's Alan Grant has been named in the Ulster hurling squad to face Munster this weekend.

DERRY GAA: Oak Leaf trio in Ulster squads

Enda Lynn, Alan Grant and Oisin McCloskey are the only Derry players to be named in the Ulster football and hurling squads for this weekend’s Inter-provincials.

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Danny Murphy.

GAA: Ulster Council secretary Danny Murphy dies

Ulster Council secretary Danny Murphy has died at the age of 67.

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DERRY GAA: Derry Board seek Christy Ring changes

DERRY GAA: Derry Board seek Christy Ring changes

The Derry Executive Committee will table a motion at next week’s County Convention calling for the abolition of the final Christy Ring Play-off match.

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The Derry panel which took on Armagh in Sunday's 

O'Fiach Cup semi-final in Crossmaglen. 

(Picture: Philip Magowan / PressEye).

O FIAICH CUP: Youthful Derry lose out to Armagh

Armagh 2-20, Derry 3-13

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Celtic Park. (Picture credit: Oliver McVeigh / SPORTSFILE)

Celtic Park a ‘non-starter’ for Derry City

Celtic Park will not be the venue of Derry City’s 2017 ‘home’ Airtricity League of Ireland Premier League fixtures.

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Slaughtneil players celebrates at the final whistle of the AIB Ulster GAA Football Senior Club Championship Final game between Slaughtneil and Kilcoo at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh. (Photo by Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile)

DERRY GAA: Salute to Slaughtneil, Derry’s remarkable history makers!

2016 Ulster Club Senior Football Championship Final

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DERRY GAA: McGurk set to be named new Derry manager

DERRY GAA: McGurk set to be named new Derry manager

Lavey’s Colm McGurk is expected to be ratified as the new Derry Senior Hurling manager by the County Board later today.

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Eunan Murray hit three goals as Faughanavle won a thrilling Under 21 final against St. Colm's, Banagher.

DERRY GAA: Faughanvale claim U21 crown after Murray hat-trick

DJ Print Harry O’Kane Under 21 Cup Final

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Pomeroy's Ciaran McKenna takes on Castledawson's Conor Taggert
 in the Ulster Intermediate semi-final at the Athletic Grounds,  Armagh.
 (Photo: Matt Mackey / Press Eye)

ULSTER GAA: Pomeroy’s superb second half kills off Castledawson

Ulster Intermediate Club Championship Semi-final

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Slaughtneil goalscorer Meehaul McGrath in action against Aidy Kelly of Killyclogher during the AIB Ulster GAA Football Senior Club Championship semi-final at Athletic grounds in Armagh. (Photo by Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile)

DERRY GAA: Brilliant Slaughtneil into Ulster final No. 3!

Slaughtneil 1-11, Killyclogher 0-08

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Division Three champions, Drum, added the Neal Carlin Cup after a thrilling victory over Limavady Wolfhounds on Friday night.

NEAL CARLIN CUP: Drum hold off dogged Limavady to lift Cup

DJ Print Neal Carlin Cup Final: Drum 0-19, Limavady 2-10

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Slaughtneil celebrate defeating Banagher during the Derry Senior Hurling Championship final at Owenbeg. (Picture: Margaret McLaughlin)

ULSTER HURLING: Slaughtneil target historic Ulster win against Loughgiel

Slaughtneil v Loughgiel (Sunday, Athletic Grounds, 2.30pm)

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Magilligan players and officials celebrate their Junior Football Championship Final win over Drum at Celtic Park on Sunday. DER4216GS013

DERRY GAA: Magical Magilligan banish 28 years of Championship hurt!

Sixty magical minutes which will live in the memories of every member of Magilligan were best summed up by Brian Butcher in the moments following St. Aidan’s dramatic Junior Championship victory over Drum.

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Slaughtneil's Shane McGuigan scores his side's first goal during the Derry GAA Final at Celtic Park. (Photo by Kevin Scott / Presseye)

DERRY GAA: Slaughtneil stroll to third Derry title in a row

M&L Contracts Derry Senior Football Championship Final

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Magilligan players and officials celebrate their Junior Football Championship Final win over Drum at Celtic Park on Sunday. DER4216GS013

DERRY GAA: Magnificent Magilligan crowned Junior champions

Magilligan 0-12, Drum 0-11

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A disappointed Gareth McKinless of Derry flanked by Ryan Bell and Niall Holly, comes off the field at half time in the Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship match at at Celtic Park, Derry.  Photo by Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile

Derry to take on champions Tyrone in 2017

Derry will take on title holders, Tyrone, in the quarter-finals of the Ulster Championship in 2017.

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Killyclogher's Emmet McFadden is sent flying from this challenge by Coalisland's Michael McKernan during Sunday's Senior Championship final.

TYRONE SFC: Coalisland, Killyclogher to ‘go again’ after classic final

Donnelly Group Tyrone Senior Football Final: Coalisland 1-13 Killyclogher 0-16

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DERRY IFC: Heartbreak for Steelstown as Castledawson crowned champions!

Steelstown 1-11, Castledawson 0-15

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Paddy Campbell holds off Foreglen's Kevin O'Connor during the 2010 Intermediate Championship semi-final . (Picture Margaret McLaughlin)

DERRY GAA: Intermediate Final will go down to the wire - Campbell

The last man to lead Steelstown to a Championship final is in an unique position to assess Sunday’s Derry intermediate Football Final.

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