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DERRY GAA: Oak Leaf pride is on the line!

ULSTER CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINAL: DERRY V TYRONE

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Derry manager Damian Barton with Tony Scullion.

DERRY GAA: Oak Leafers name team to face Tyrone

Four players will make their Championship debuts for Derry when they take on Tyrone in Sunday's Ulster Quarter-final clash with Tyrone in Celtic Park (2.00pm)
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Institute chairman Bill Anderson welcomes new boss Paddy McLaughlin.

IRISH LEAGUE: Paddy McLaughlin happy with Institute appointment

New Institute manager Paddy McLaughlin said that was an honour to be given the top job at Drumahoe.

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The Furey Insurance Buncrana 5k again attracted a large field of athletes to the Co. Donegal venue.

ATHLETICS: McKinstry, Doherty claim Buncrana 5k honours

North Belfast Harrier Mark McKinstry and Finn Valley’s Teresa Doherty took the prime positions at Wednesday night’s 14th staging of the Furey Insurances 5K road race in Buncrana, leading home 163 finishers in the very popular annual City of Derry Spartans promotion.

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Derry and Slaughtneil's 

Brendan Rogers.

(Photo Lorcan Doherty / Presseye.com)

DERRY GAA: ‘Clean slate’ ahead of Tyrone clash claims Rogers

Brendan Rogers believes Derry go into Sunday’s Ulster Championship Quarter-final showdown with Tyrone with a clean slate despite the Oak Leafers’ wretched recent record against the Red Hands.

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GOAL . . .Tomas McCrossan

DIV THREE: Brilliant Trasna tame Wolfhounds in thriller

Doire Trasna 3-15

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The Mayor Alderman Hilary McClintock pictured with the players, coaches, parents and friends of the Oxford Bulls Football team during a reception at the Guildhall. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 22.05.17

Young Oxford Bulls team get Mayoral reception

The Mayor of Derry & Strabane Hilary McClintock has welcomed the players, coaches, parents and friends of the Oxford Bulls Football Club to the Guildhall for a special reception this week.

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Dundalk's Michael Duffy shields the ball from Derry City winger Ronan Curtis.

FOOTBALL: Derry City take a point at champinos Dundalk

DUNDALK 0 DERRY CITY 0

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Paddy McLaughlin looks set to be confirmed as the new boss at Institute.  Mandatory Credit Photo Lorcan Doherty / Presseye.com

Paddy set for ‘Stute job

Paddy McLaughlin looks set to be confirmed at Institute’s new manager within the next 24 hours.

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Former Sunderland and Manchester United manager, David Moyes.

David Moyes quits as Sunderland boss

David Moyes has resigned as Sunderland manager following the club's relegation from the English Premier League.

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Derrys Karen Kielt pictured at the Camogie Association Player of the League Awards where she was awarded with the Division Two Player of the League Award for the 2017 Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues

DERRY GAA: Kielt scoops player of Year award

Derry star Karen Kielt has been named Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Division 2 Player of the League Award for 2017 after the Oak Leafers recent run to the League final.

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Oran Kearney with Stephen O'Donnell.

IRISH LEAGUE: O’Donnell relishing new challenge

Coleraine’s new signing, Stephen O’Donnell, is hoping to have as big an impact at The Showgrounds as Institute former team-mate Ciaron Harkin.

Football
City of Derry Spartan Catherine Whoriskey should be among the field in Buncrana on Wednesday.

ATHLETICS: Record holder a doubt for Wednesday's Buncrana 5k

Wednesday’s Furey Insurances 5K road race in Buncrana looks set to be another top class race with the usual mix of quality and quantity lining up for the 7.30pm start.

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Derry Citys Barry McNamee has scored all six goals this season at Ferris Lane End, at Maginn Park.

DERRY CITY: McNamee loving Ferris Lane End at Maginn Park

Derry City’s Barry McNamee laughed at the suggestion to rename one end at their adopted Buncrana home in his honour!

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Derry City's Aaron McEneff celebrates his first goal against Shamrock Rovers. Picture by Lorcan Doherty/Presseye.com

DERRY CITY: Midfielder dedicates brace to late uncle

For the first time in a number of weeks, Derry City looked like a side that had rediscovered their ‘mojo’ in Friday’s impressive victory over Shamrock Rovers.

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Traceys Bar, who completed back-to-back victories in the North-West Premier Snooker KO Cup courtesy of a 4-2 win over Glendermott CC in the 2017 final at Shantallow House. From left Paul Keenan, Shea Norris and Anthony McGill DER2017GS018

NW SNOOKER: Tracey’s retain Premier Cup

THE 2017 North-West Premier Snooker Cup final, a repeat of last year between Tracey’s Bar ‘A’ and Glendermott CC, delivered a successful 4-2 defence for the Tracey’s team in a contest which seemed on course for an ‘interesting’ finish until things went pear-shaped for the Rectory Field club.

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Newbuildings Cricket Club.

NW CRICKET: T20 FESTIVAL DOMINATES WEEKEND ACTION

There was a break from regular league and cup action around the North West this weekend as the group stages of this season's Faughan Valley and Eric Cooke cup were played out around the region.

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IRISH LEAGUE: Kevin Deery leaves Institute

IRISH LEAGUE: Kevin Deery leaves Institute

Institute start the search for a new manager after Kevin Deery decided to step down.
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Coleraine manager Oran Kearney pictured with new signing Stephen O'Donnell.

IRISH LEAGUE: Bannsiders sign Institute captain

Oran Kearney has strengthened his defensive options with the capture of Stephen O'Donnell and Aaron Traynor.

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Derry City midfielder Aaron McEneff celebrates his first goal against Shamrock Rovers.

DERRY CITY: McEneff inspires City win

Derry City 3-1 Shamrock Rovers
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