Na Piarsaigh Doire Trasna Club NotesU14 training continues on Mondays at 7pm at ICC gravel pitches and on Saturdays at 12noon at Knockwellan
Ulster freeze ticket prices for fifth year in a rowUlster GAA have announced that ticket prices for the 2014 Ulster GAA Championships have been frozen for the fifth year in a row.
Winning isn't everything - O'KaneGerard O'Kane says playing in the league final is almost as important as winning it.
Gavin: Derry won't fear usJim Gavin says Derry will have no fear of taking on his high-flying Dublin side in the national football league final.
HS football team of the weekFind out who made our football team of the week following yesterday's league semi-final double bill.
Baby joy for Derry heroIt has been an eventful 24 hours for Derry captain Mark Lynch.
Naomh Colm CLG Baile na Scríne Club NotesCubs Club has begun already and is held every Saturday @ 10.30am to 12 noon for Children aged 4 up to Primary 2.
Maghera boss magnanimous in defeatSt. Pat's, Maghera manager Paul Hughes admitted that his side didn't deserve to win Saturday's Hogan Cup final.
Michael Davitt GAC Swatragh club notesThe U14 footballers hosted the final round of Feile league games at Davitt Park on Friday past against Ballinascreen
Twitter round-up: Great to be back in Blue!Yesterday's Allianz FL semi-final double bill at Croke Park generated plenty of discussion on Twitter, here's what was said ...
St Oliver Plunketts GAC club notesCongratulations to Derry - Well done to Derry on their National League semi-final win over Mayo on Sunday and to Greenlough's Enda Lynn on a great score and performance
St Oliver Plunkett's GAC, Greenlough Club NotesHaving won their first two games, Greenlough's Reserves hoped to continue their winning start to the league when they travelled to Faughanvale on Saturday 12th April.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Maybe we should introduce a handicap system to give teams a chance. Give Meath a fifteen point start, maybe Cork ten points."
McIver: we haven't overachievedDerry selector Paul McIver has baulked at the suggestion that the Oak Leafers have overachieved this year.
Derry cry foul over Doherty dismissalDerry selector Paul McIver wasn't happy with the first half sending off of Fergal Doherty against Mayo.
FL1 semi-final: Captain Lynch points way for 14-man DerryBattling Derry made light of numerical disadvantage to book their place in this year's FL Division 1 final in the first of today's Croke Park semi-final double bill.
"We have unbelievable camaraderie and team spirit"Chrissy McKaigue wasn't getting carried away following Derry's league semi-final win over Mayo today.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerCroke Park was the place to be today for the national football league semi-finals.
Hogan Cup: Dingle boys are championsPobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne have lifted the Hogan Cup after staging a terrific second half comeback to shatter St. Pat's, Maghera's two-in-a-row hopes at Croke Park.
Ring, Rackard and Meagher Cup fixturesAll the upcoming games in the Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cups.
"Tremendous" weekend for Derry footballTwo Derry sides will contest major matches at Croke Park this weekend.
Team news: Thirteen changes to Derry sideDerry have named a much stronger starting fifteen this week.
Derry worked hard to avoid embarrassment - McFaulAccording to Ciaran McFaul, Derry didn't want to embarrass themselves when they stepped up into Division One.
Black card sees 10 per cent increase in scoresThe Central Competitions Control Committee has released statistics following the conclusion of the regular rounds of the 2014 Allianz Football Leagues.
NWP Recycling Ulster Camogie leagues to get underwayThe 2014 NWP Recycling Ulster League's will throw in over the next couple of weeks with many of Ulster's best club sides determined to get their season off to a strong start.
McGuckin hopes history will repeat itselfThe man who guided St. Patrick's, Maghera to the back-to-back Hogan Cups in 1989 and '90 is confident that the renowned Derry football nursery can repeat that feat on Saturday.
McIver relishing Croker returnBrian McIver says Derry are looking forward to getting back to Croke Park this weekend.
Derry receive Doherty boostFergal Doherty is set to return to the Derry midfield for Sunday's Allianz League semi-final against Mayo.
Casement Park funding boostThe decision by the Northern Ireland Executive to award over £100m for the construction and regeneration of three sports stadia in Belfast has been cleared by the European Commission.
Na Piarsaigh Doire Trasna Club NotesU14 training continues on Mondays at 7pm at ICC gravel pitches and on Saturdays at 12noon at Knockwellan
Mark the Lynch-pin for Derry assault on semisDerry football star Mark Lynch was handed a small fillip ahead of Sunday's Allianz Football League semi-final against Mayo at Croke Park when he lifted the Ulster GAA Writers' Association award for March.
Bradley hoping for Derry returnEoin Bradley hopes his intercounty exile will come to an end next month.
Unionist wants GAA jerseys banned from universitiesTUV leader Jim Allister says students wearing GAA jerseys to university are "creating a substantial chill factor".
HS football team of the weekThere was no shortage of outstanding individual displays in the final group games of the Allianz Football Leagues.
FL top scorers: race for the crown could be overWith Tipperary's Conor Sweeney's lead at the top of the Allianz football league scoring chart standing at 15-points, it will take a superhuman effort to see him knocked from the top of the pile.

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