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What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"From where I was looking, it was no penalty. If anything it was a free out."
Video: Monaghan avenge ArmaghSee all of the best action from the 2015 Ulster Senior Ladies Football semi-final between Monaghan and Armagh at Kingspan Breffni Park on Sunday July 5.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe first of this year's provincial finals were down for decision this afternoon.
Gerry Reilly Cup: Good start sets Meath up for victoryMeath had a dream start in this round 2 Group A game against Monaghan in the Gerry Reilly U-16 FT played on Sunday evening in Millbrook, Oldcastle.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerHappy July 4th to all our American cousins as we brought you the latest edition of our live text commentary.
Football and hurling qualifier draws on Monday morningThe Round 3A Football and Round 2 Hurling draws will take place next Monday morning, July 6 on RTE Radio 1 shortly after 8.30.
Summer Camps beginIt's that time of the year as the Kellogg's Cul Camps kick into action.
Development squads in actionThis weekend the Monaghan under-15 development squad are travelling to Owenbeg in Co Derry for an Ulster blitz.
Donegal are beatable - GallagherRory Gallagher accepts that Donegal are far from unbeatable.
2015 GAA Player Academy launchedThe 3fivetwo Group Ulster GAA Player Academy 2015 has been officially launched by 3fivetwo Group Development Director Mark Regan at the Ulster University, Jordanstown.
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JFC round-upThere were four Games in the junior football championship last weekend that saw victories for Rockcorry over Scotstown, Killeevan over Oram, Aghabog over Killanny and Blackhill over Sean McDermotts.
Toome GFC NotesWe have drawn Sean McDermotts in the next round of the Junior Championship. This game is provisionally fixed for 6pm on Sunday July 12th in Emyvale.
Aghabog Club NotesNumbers drawn were 8,18,21,25.
Jackpot of €5,800 was won by Pauric McPhillips sold by players.
Inniskeen Grattans GAA notesInniskeen Grattan`s Kellogg's Cul Camp:takes place Monday 6th July to Friday 10th July.
Blackhill Emeralds club notesBlackhill got their championship campaign up and running with a victory over Sean Mc Dermott's last Sunday evening in Clontibret.
Castleblayney Faughs Club NotesSenior Team: The Senior Team had a very useful win against Clontibret last Sunday in St Mary's Park
Emyvale club notesUlster Final Tickets: Anyone seeking tickets should contact Aine Sheehan on (0851400186) orders must be in by 1pm this coming Friday.
Oram club notesOur senior team went down to Killeevan last Sunday night on a scoreline of 1-12 to 1-13 in a game in which we bulit up a five point lead after half-time
Doohamlet club notesWe made the journey to Clones on Sunday morning. Doohamlet opened the game with a score form Barry Mc Ginn he followed that up with 2 more points and Conor Marray also got on the scoreboard.
Latton club notesNo winner of our Jackpot on draw on Monday 29th June 2015.The Numbers drawn were 14-9-28-3 Bonus 17.
Latton club notesNo winner of our Jackpot on draw on Monday 29th June 2015.The Numbers drawn were 14-9-28-3 Bonus 17.
Rockcorry club notesIt was the great American track & field athlete Carl Lewis that once said "life is about timing" and in many respects this maxim can be applied to many sports and when our senior footballers took the field last Friday 26th June
Clontibret club notesClontibret 2-7, Blayney 4-9. A depleted team lost out to Blayney last weekend in a game where we never got going.
Corduff club notesThe U10s take part in a blitz in Oram on Saturday July 4th. The first game throws in at 10.00am.
Eire Og Na Mullai Club NotesLotto results from last Sunday night the 28th June 15. Congratulations to the winner Marcella Mc Kenna, Mulladuff
Killeevan club notesCill Laobhain 1.13 V 1.12 Eodhruim. Championship first round against Oram Sunday 28th June in Clontibret.
Drumhowan club notesSeniors - We lost to Cremartin by a point on Sunday last on a scoreline of Cremartin 2.7 Drumhowan 0-12.
HS football team of the weekAfter an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, Dublin have five players on our team of the week while Donegal and Westmeath have three each.
Championship tweets: Come back of all come backs!!!!Westmeath are in dreamland following yesterday's historic championship victory over neighbours Meath ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's a miracle for the lads there."
Gerry Reilly Cup: Winning start for holdersCavan held out for a one point win over neighbours, Monaghan on Sunday evening in the Gilson Park, Oldcastle.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe Leinster SFC semi-finals were the main attraction in today's games.
'Brolly Rules' face Monaghan trialRule changes proposed by Joe Brolly to beat ultra-defensive tactics in Gaelic football will be put to the test in an exhibition match on July 18.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerToday we had the latest edition of our live text commentary.

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With Kilkenny claiming their 70th Leinster SHC title, is the provincial system any benefit to the other counties in Leinster?

No, the Cats' dominance stifles other counties
Yes, it give others a level to aspire to
Dublin and Galway have won titles recently, so yes