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No Joy for Monaghan

August 06, 2019
All-Ireland Minor A finalCork 4-11  Monaghan 1-8By DARAGH SMALLKatie Quirke scored 1-7 and Cork were crowned All-Ireland Minor A champions with victory over Monaghan at Bord na Móna O’Connor Park in Tullamore.Last year’s beaten finalists were playing in their sixth straight decider and showed their experience as they took a 2-5 to 0-5 lead into half-time.Cork had avenged their 2018 final defeat in the semi-final against Galway, with Quirke grabbing a deserved goal before ..

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New Strategic Plan Launched

July 30, 2019
STRATEGIC PLAN 2019 TO 2022 LAUNCHEDWE ARE ULSTER The ULGFA new strategic plan entitled WE ARE ULSTER was launched on Tuesday evening in Kelly’s Inn. The plan set targets for the development of ladies football in the province for the next four years.In her welcome address Ulster Ladies President Eileen Jones said, “We are ulster Ladies is a strong strapline for a strong association. Our new plan focusses us in the direction in which we want our organisation to develop and grow&..

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TG4 Championship Continues

July 25, 2019
6 teams from the province will be in TG4 championship action this weekend. On Saturday its the turn of the senior sides as Donegal, Monaghan and Armagh are all on the road. SATURDAYMayo v Donegal 1-30pm O Connor ParkDublin v Monaghan 2pm Parnell ParkArmagh v Cork 3-15pm O Connor ParkThe Donegal and Armagh games will be shown live on TG4 On Sunday Down have an early meeting with Kildare. The Mourne girls meet the Lilywhites in St. Conleth's Park at 12noon. In the junior champio..

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Monaghan Minors Reach A Final

July 22, 2019
Monaghan 3-16 Meath 3-12Aisling Clery reports from Kingscourt1-05 from the boot of Hannah Sherlock (pictured) combined with a powerful second half display for the Farney County in Kingscourt Stars was enough to book Monaghan into the All Ireland Minor A Final against Cork.Monaghan, who are through to first All-Ireland Minor A final in 20 years, led from the start and although the Royals narrowed the gap to two points just before the break, Monaghan had enough to push further ahead and book a spo..

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Another Busy Weekend

July 18, 2019
Its another busy weekend for Ulster sides as five of them play in the TG4 Championship and Monaghan meet Meath in the All Ireland Minor A semi final. The full list of fixtures involving Ulster teams is: SATURDAY TG4 SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPDonegal v Tyrone 1-15pm MullingarMonaghan v Waterford - 3pm Cremartin Cork v Cavan - 3-15pm Mullingar SUNDAY TG4 INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP Down v Limerick 1pm Burren SUNDAY - ALL IRELAND MINOR A SEMI FINAL Monaghan v Meath - 2pm Kingsc..

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TG4 Championship Kicks Off

July 11, 2019
This weekend the TG4 championship kicks off and 6 teams from the province will be in action .  SENIOR - SATURDAYCavan v Armagh - 2pm Templeport Tyrone v Mayo - 5pm Healy Park, Omagh INTERMEDIATE - SATURDAY Down v Sligo  - 2pm St. Mary's JUNIOR - SUNDAY Derry v Antrim - 2pm St. Michael's

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Antrim Overcome Fermanagh

June 30, 2019
TG4 ULSTER JUNIOR FINALAntrim 0-18 Fermanagh 2-9Antrim trailed Fermanagh by five points at half time but turned in a super second half performance to lift the Ulster junior title, their first since 2016.Fermanagh had a dream start with Eimear Smyth netting after just 11 seconds. The Erne girls continued to dominate the first half and a mix up in the Antrim defence allowed Joanne Doonan to net a second Fermanagh goal which in turn gave them a 2-6 to 0-7 interval lead. Whatever Sean O kane sa..

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Three in a Row for Donegal

June 30, 2019
TG4 ULSTER SFC FINAL Donegal 5-12 Armagh 1-9 By ALAN GUNN At St Tiernach’s Park, Clones A blistering start paved the way for Donegal to claim their third successive TG4 Ulster senior title in front of 2,049 spectators in Clones on Sunday. Donegal got off to the dream start and had 2-2 on the board within three minutes as they left Armagh shell-shocked before going on to deliver an exhibition of football. Points from Geraldine McLaughlin and Karen Guthrie ..

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5 Minutes with Antrim's Saoirse Tennyson

June 28, 2019
 Club: Naomh Pól Occupation: Retail Assistant Favourite Position: Wing Half Back Intercounty Debut: 2015 Favourite Ground: Glenavy Toughest Opponent: Aimee Mackin Biggest Disappointment: Losing All Ireland Final 2016 Rule change you would like to see: Sin-bin removed after receiving first ever yellow card this year v Derry. I was heartbroken!! Biggest Influence on career: Brian Coyle (Club manager) Most embarrassing moment: At the boxing c..

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5 Minutes with Fermanagh's Anna Boyle

June 28, 2019
 Club: Brookeborough Occupation: Dietition Favourite Position: Corner Forward Intercounty Debut: 2014 v Clare Favourite Ground: Brookeborough Toughest Opponent: Courtney Murphy at training Biggest Disappointment: 2014 Inrtermediate Final v Down Rule change you would like to see: Happy enough with all rules Biggest Influence on career: My mum!! Most embarrassing moment: There's too many to start!!!  Favourite Food: Italian Ideal..

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