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DERRY GAA: Derry grab first league victory as Offaly held off

Allianz National League Division Three
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Derry manager Collie McGurk

DERRY GAA: Hurlers improve but Mayo sneak second half victory

Allianz National Hurling League Division 2B

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Derry manager, Damian McErlain suffered his second successive league defeat in Longford.

DERRY GAA: Oak Leafers suffer second successive league defeat at Longford

Longford 1-13, Derry 1-06

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Derry's Ciaran McFaul battles to hold off these Westmeath defenders in Celtic Park on Sunday. DER0518-107KM

DERRY GAA: Difficult job just got more difficult

Allianz National Football League Division Three

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Derry v Westmeath

DERRY GAA: Missed penalty costs Derry victory against Westmeath

Allianz National Football League Division Three
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Derry v Down

DERRY GAA: Hurlers start league with defeat to Down

Allianz National Hurling League Division 2B

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Enda Lynn takes on Armagh's Mark Shields  during Sunday's McKenna Cup match played at the Athletic Grounds, Armagh. (Picture Margaret McLaughlin)

DERRY GAA: “Monstrous” amount of work to do before League - McErlain

Derry manager declared himself content with his side’s performance in the McKenna Cup but stressed they are under no illusions about the “monstrous” amount of work to do ahead of the league opener with Westmeath.

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Armagh will meet Donegal in the McKenna Cup semi-final on Wednesday night.

McKENNA CUP: Armagh into last four after defeating Derry

Bank of Ireland Dr. McKenna Cup, Section B

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Sinn F�in Councillor Christopher Jackson with late Sinn F�in leader Martin McGuinness and Mark O' Doherty  and Joe McWilliams, board members of  Na Piarsaigh Doire Trasna GAC pictured previously looking at the plans for the new pitch.

DERRY GAA: Announcement takes Derry GAA back to “ancestral home”

Doire Trasna Development Officer Mark O’Doherty described the announcement of the club’s new pitch and changing room complex as bringing Derry GAA one step closer to its ancestral home.

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Plans for the new Doire Trasna pitch, changing rooms and multi-use pitches at the site of the former Immaculate Conception College

DERRY GAA: Doire Trasna get green light for new pitch complex

Doire Trasna’s long standing plans for a new club pitch and facilities at Top Of The Hill have been given the green light by Derry & Strabane Council’s Planning Committee.

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A late Niall Toner goal gave Derry victory nover Down in Celtic Park.

McKENNA CUP: Late Toner goal gives Derry victory over Down

Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup, Section B

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Derry manager Damian McErlain

DERRY GAA: McErlain's Oak Leaf reign starts with a win

Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup Section B

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County Secretary Danny Scullion.

DERRY GAA: Scullion warns All County League changes are inevitable

County secretary Danny Scullion has warned changes to the GAA club calendar brought forward at Congress earlier this year makes a restructuring of the current Derry All County League set-up inevitable.

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Tyrone Ladies manager Gerry Moane. (Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile).

TYRONE GAA: Moane Set For Extended Term

Gerry Moane is set for a third season in his second term in charge of the Tyrone Senior ladies after his reappointment alongside an enhanced backroom team was ratified by the county committee.

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Slaughtneil celebrate completing a unique 'double treble' with victory over Cavan Gaels in the Ulster Senior Football Championship Final at the Athletic Grounds, Armagh.

ULSTER SFC FINAL: Slaughtneil complete historic 'double treble' with dominant victory in Armagh

Slaughtneil 1-15, Cavan Gaels 0-10

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New Derry Under 20 manager Mickey Donnelly pictured during his reign as Tyrone minor manager.

DERRY GAA: Donnelly is new Derry under 20 manager

Former Tyrone minor manager Mickey Donnelly is the new Derry Under 20 manager after being ratified at a County Board meeting on Friday night.

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Doire Trasna.

DERRY GAA: Wasteful Trasna kick themselves out of Ulster Final spot

Ulster Junior Football Championship semi-final
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Na Magha's Alan Grant, scored one of three goals for the Ballyarnett side but it wasn't enough to see them bring the Ulster Junior Hurling title back to Derry as they lost to Donegal champions, Setanta at Ballybofey.

ULSTER HURLING: Heartbreak for Na Magha as Setanta claim Ulster Junior title

Setanta 2-17, Na Magha 3-11
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The Doire Trasna panel which defeat Ballyhegan in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh.

ULSTER GAA: Superb Trasna end Ballyhegan's hopes in Athletic Grounds

AIB Ulster Junior Club Football Championship Quarter-final

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Antoin McMullan and Brendan Rogers celebrate at the final whistle in Celtic Park on Saturday evening.

DERRY GAA: Slaughtneil defeat Omagh to make Ulster semi-finals

AIB Ulster Senior Football Club Championship Quarter-final

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