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‘The biggest thing you take from any part of the GAA is the people you meet’

Twenty years after first donning the Oak Leaf shirt, MICHAEL WILSON talks to Breandán Quigley about hanging up the hurl

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James Walsh and Aaron McBrearty of Na Magha and Br�nagh McCarron of Foyle Down Syndrome Trust pictured with a small group of the participants.

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Over the past few months, Na Magha CLG have been hosting a group of young sports enthusiasts from Foyle Down Syndrome, a local charity, to demonstrate the basics of hurling.

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Referee David Coldrick controversially sends off Derry's Mark Lynch at Owenbeg on Saturday. (�INPHO/Lorcan Doherty)

Derry GAA must stick to long term plan!

It’s ironic that less than 24 hours after a disappointing senior season ended in more frustration, the foundations upon which Damian McErlain will hope to build his ‘new Derry’ were providing real reason for Oak Leaf optimism some 80 miles away in Clones.

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Callum Brown takes on Down's Finn McIlroy and Daniel Guinness in Clones.

Derry Under 20s produce remarkable fightback to make Ulster final

Ulster Under 20 Championship Semi-final
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Sean Leo McGoldrick comes under pressure at Owenbeg.

Derry season ended by Kildare at Owenbeg

All Ireland Qualifiers, Round One
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Enda Lynn takes on  Donegal duo Michael Murphy and Odhran McNiallais during the Ulster Championship defeat two weeks ago. (�INPHO/Lorcan Doherty)

Derry have to stand up and be counted against Kildare - McErlain

Damian McErlain believes Derry must grab the Championship ‘bull by its horns’ against Kildare or suffer an early end to their season.

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Derry manager Mickey Donnelly

Donnelly proud of 'underdogs' Derry after Donegal victory

Ulster Under 20 Football Championship Quarter-final
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Derry forward Ben McCarron.

Derry upset Donegal to set up Under 20 Championship semi-final against Down

Ulster Under 20 Championship Quarter-final

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Slaughtneil's Cormac O'Doherty proved Derry's last minute hero with an injury time '65' which took the Oak Leafers to a Christy Ring Cup semi-final at the expense of Down.

Derry hurlers' last minute heroics hailed by McGurk

Christy Ring Cup, Group Two

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Derry's Emmet Bradley comes under pressure from Donegal's Ciaran Thompson in Celtic Park on Sunday. (Credit �INPHO/Lorcan Doherty)

Derry must believe to beat the best - Bradley

Emmet Bradley says Derry must have more belief in their ability to defeat top teams as they prepare for a tough All Ireland Round One Qualifying clash with Kildare next weekend.

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Derry out as Donegal make Oak Leafers pay for missed chances

Ulster Senior Football Championship Quarter-final
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Derry manager Collie McGurk

Derry defeat Armagh to breath life into Christy Ring bid

Christy Ring Cup, Group Two, Round Two
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Slaughtneil face Magherafelt as Derry Club Championship draws made

Slaughtneil will begin their defence of the Derry Senior Club Championship title with a difficult tie against Magherafelt after the draws were made at Owenbeg on Tuesday evening.

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Derry GAA and O'Neill's.

O’Neill’s to sponsor Derry Senior Football Club Championship

O'Neill's have been revealed as the new sponsors of the Derry Senior Club Football Championship ahead of Tuesday night's draw.

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Derry minor manager Paddy Campbell addresses his players after the impressive victory over Armagh at the weekend.

Derry face Fermanagh after defeating Armagh

Ulster U17 Championship: Armagh 1-05, Derry 3-14

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The Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Councillor Maolosa McHugh, performs the official sod turning ceremony to mark the start of works on the eagerly anticipated redeveloped sports pitches and facilities in the Top of the Hill area of the city. The pitches will be built on the site of the former Immaculate Conception College on Trench Road and will include a new grass floodlit GAA football pitch. Included are players from Doire Trasna, stakeholders and members of the local community. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 01.05.18

Work begins on Doire Trasna's new Top of the Hill home

Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Councillor Maolíosa McHugh has officially marked the onset of work which will give Doire Trasna a permanent home in the Top of the Hill area of Derry CIty's Waterside.

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Derry minor manager Paddy Campbell (centre, left) and his back room team talk to the squad after last week's dramatic win over Monaghan in Celtic Park.

Derry minors face tricky trip to Cavan

Derry minor manager Paddy Campbell has called on the Oak Leaf support to get behind his young team as they continue their Ulster Championship quest tomorrow in O’Raghallaigh Park in Cavan.

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Ciaran McGowan's last minute goal looked to have sealed the points for Doire Trasna.

Doire Trasna held at home by Desertmartin in thriller

H&A Mechanical Services ACL Division Two

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Karl McKaigue is one of the Slaughtneil quartet named on the inaugural AIB Football Club Championship Team of the Year.

Slaughtneil quartet named in AIB Club Championship Team of the Year

Derry and Ulster Slaughtneil have had four players named on the inaugural AIB GAA Club Players’ Football Team of the Championship.

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DERRY GAA: Tough questions lie ahead after Oak Leaf relegation

DERRY GAA: Tough questions lie ahead after Oak Leaf relegation

Germany win the World Cup; Scotland says ‘No’ to independence and the ‘ice bucket challenge’ grips the globe.

Sorry, that was 2014 but if people want to continue talking like it’s 2014, then, yes, Derry are Division One finalists.

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