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The Fermanagh Scór na nÓg competition, which was due to take place this Saturday evening at Devenish GAA Club in Garrison, has been postponed due to Belnaleck’s involvement in the Ulster Junior Championship Final against Donegal’s Naomh Colmcille in Omagh on that evening. The event will instead be held on…

Derrygonnelly Harps will return to St Tiernach’s Park in Clones for Sunday’s Ulster Senior Championship semi-final replay. The Fermanagh three-in-a-row champions face Cavan Gaels once again, after extra-time failed to separate the sides at the Monaghan venue last weekend. Throw-in is at 1.45pm on Sunday, with reigning champions Slaughtneil, who…

St Naul’s clubman Glen Campbell and Devenish’s Eunan O’Flanagan have been shortlisted for an Ulster coaching award. Translink and the Ulster GAA have released the names of the nine coaches shortlisted for the Coach of the Year Awards. The initiative, which is designed to recognise those club coaches who demonstrate…

The season came to an end for Sligo champions Tourlestrane and Donegal champs Kilcar at the weekend. Tourlestrane lost out to Castlebar Mitchells in yesterday’s Connacht semi-final on a scoreline of 1-13 to 0-9 in McHale Park. Co-manager Eamon O’Hara says a few little things went against them. He spoke…

Tourlestrane, Kilcar and Derrygonnelly Harps are all preparing for massive games in the provincial club championships this weekend. Kilcar are out first when they face the reigning Ulster senior champions Slaughtneil in Omagh’s Healy Park at 6.30pm tomorrow. The Derry side are also the reigning Ulster club hurling and camogie…

Kilcar’s Ulster club semi-final will take place in Omagh on Saturday week. The Donegal champions will face reigning holders Slaughtneil of Derry at 6.30pm in Healy Park, having knocked out Monaghan’s Scotstown last weekend. Fermanagh’s Derrygonnelly will face Cavan Gaels in the second semi-final the following day in Clones. Here’s…

Sligo will once again contest the first game of next year’s senior football championship. The Yeats men’s trip to Ruislip to face London in the Connacht Championship has been scheduled for a week earlier than usual, and will take place on the same day as Leitrim’s game against New York…