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DERRY GAA: Two changes as Derry face crucial Kildare clash

Allianz National League Division Two: Derry v Kildare (Sunday, Celtic Park, 2pm)

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Derry manager, Damian Barton will have to pick his side up after the Oak Leafers heaviest league defeat for quite some time against Meath in Navan.

Dismal Derry crushed by rampant Royals

Derry may have salvaged a share of the spoils with an injury time equalising point from James Kielt in the opening game against Clare at Celtic Park but there would be no salvage operation at the weekend game in Navan’s Pairc Tailteann, merely a second half wreckage that saw Meath crush the Oak Leaf County by 15 points.

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Slaughteil celebrate their victory over St. Vincent's which takes them to the All Ireland club final.
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Picture: Philip Magowan / PressEye)

DERRY GAA: Superb Slaughtneil into All Ireland final

Slaughtneil 0-12, St Vincent’s 0-10

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Ben McKinless comes in to start against Meath this Sunday in Navan. (
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Derry GAA: Meath game is ‘must win’ for both sides claims McGuckin

National League Division Two: Meath v Derry (Sunday, Navan, 3pm)

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INJURY BLOW . . .
 Mark Lynch has been ruled out for up to six weeks. (Photo Lorcan Doherty / Presseye.com)

DERRY GAA: League blow as Lynch ruled out for six weeks

Derry’s Division Two hopes have been dealt a major blow after it was confirmed Mark Lynch has been ruled out for six weeks with a knee injury.

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ONE EYE ON THE FUTURE . . .Derry manager, Damian Barton.

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DERRY GAA: ‘Project Derry’ still with a point to prove

Clare was a difficult game to assess from a Derry perspective; a point gained or one dropped?

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Slaughtneil's Chrissy McKaigue is pictured ahead of their clash in the AIB GAA Senior Football Club Championship Semi Final against St Vincent's. (Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile)

DERRY GAA: Slaughtneil ready for St. Vincent’s semi-final

Slaughtneil teams have never been known to flinch in the face of a challenge but the Emmet’s will need all their mental resolve against Leinster champions St. Vincent’s in Saturday’s All Ireland Senior Club semi-final in Newry.

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Derry's Neil Forester.

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DERRY GAA: Forester sets sights on top of table despite Clare draw

Neil Forester claims Derry’s Division Two ambitions remain at the top end of the table despite being held to an opening day draw by promoted Clare in Celtic Park on Sunday.

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James Kielt kicked a superb injury time point to rescue a point for Derry against Clare in Celtic Park.

DERRY GAA: Kielt rescues point against Clare

Derry 0-11, Clare 1-08

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DERRY GAA: League remains priority ahead of Tyrone clash

Bank of Ireland Dr. McKenna Cup Final: Derry v Tyrone (Saturday, Newry, 7pm)

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Derry's Neil Forester sets up an Oak Leaf attack against Monaghan at the Athletic Grounds. 

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McKENNA CUP: Superb Kielt goal sets Derry up for Tyrone decider

Derry 2-12, Monaghan 1-13

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Derry manager, Damian Barton.

(Picture: Philip Magowan / PressEye).

DERRY GAA: McKenna semi-final will benefit league preparations - Barton

After offering an emphatic 20-point response to anyone doubting Derry’s interest in the McKenna Cup, Damian Barton is banking on Sunday’s semi-final helping preparations for the League opener with Clare on February 5th.

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Derry senior footballers Ciar�n McFaul and Peter Hagan join with Oak Leaf hurlers, Johnny O'Dwyer and Darragh Cartin, to launch the county's new hydration partnership with Rocwell Natural Mineral Water.

DERRY GAA: Oak Leafers announce new Rocwell sponsorship deal

One of Ireland’s leading suppliers of Natural Mineral Water, Rocwell, have been announced as the new hydration partners of Derry GAA.

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Derry's Niall Loughlin.

DERRY GAA: Oak Leafers to meet Monaghan in McKenna Cup semi-final

Derry 2-20, Queen’s University 0-06

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Mark Lynch will start his first Derry game of 2017 when the Oak Leafers entertain Queen's in the final McKenna Cup group game. (Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile)

DERRY GAA: Oak Leafers makes seven changes for Queen’s test

Mark Lynch will make his first Derry start of 2017 as Derry wrap up their McKenna Cup group games with a home tie against Queen’s University on Wednesday (8.00pm).

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Neil Forester (pictured in action against Armagh) became the first Steelstown man to captain Derry when he led the Oak Leafers out against Down on Sunday. (
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DERRY GAA: Forester’s pride at historic Oak Leaf captaincy

It wasn’t the result he wanted but Neil Forester will never forget the day he became the first Steelstown player to captain the Derry senior football team.

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Derry manager Damian Barton and assistant Brian McGuckin (right).

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DERRY GAA: Down defeat not good enough - Barton

Damian Barton said Derry’s performance in Sunday’s 0-15 to 0-14 defeat to Down was “not good enough”.

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Down's Alan Davison comesunder pressure from three Derry players at Pairc Esler on Sunday.

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McKENNA CUP: Derry defeated as Down record morale boosting win

Down 0-15, Derry 0-14

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Steelstown's Neil Forester will captain Derry this weekend against Down in Pairc Esler, Newry.(

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DERRY GAA: Forester captain as Barton makes four changes for Down

Bank Of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup, Section A: Down v Derry (Sunday, Newry, 2pm)

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Derry's Michael Warnock takes on Armagh's Simon McCoy at Owenbeg on Sunday.


(Photo Lorcan Doherty / Presseye.com)

DERRY GAA: McGuckin hails impact of new faces

Despite being only 25, Emmett McGuckin admitted to feeling like one of the ‘old brigade’ as a youthful Derry began their McKenna Cup campaign with an encouraging one point win over Armagh.

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