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  • County Derry GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    dominant win against Derrygonnelly Slaughtneil s astounding run of games continues and on the evidence of this facile win over Fermanagh champions Derrygonnelly Harps are building up some head of steam as they prepare for an Ulster hurling final and a serious tilt at the Ulster Football Championship thereafter Derry to face an early Red Hands test in Ulster Senior Football Championship bid New Derry manager Damian Barton and the as yet unnamed successor to Jim McCorry in Down were handed major assignments when the draw for the 2016 Ulster Senior Football Championship was made last night Slaughtneil throw down gauntlet to rivals Coleraine They may have taken a little time to get into their stride in the Derry Senior Football Championship but reigning title holders Slaughtneil they are also the Ulster club champions underlined their intention to retain both trophies when they overwhelmed Bellaghy in last night s one Former Derry manager Brennan blazing hat trick trail Former Derry manager John Brennan will put his enviable record with the Cargin club on the line tonight at Ahoghill Battling Derry praised despite loss to Kerry Kerry proved a bridge too far for Derry in the All Ireland Minor Football Championship at Croke Park when they came out on top in a semi final tie which like the curate s egg was good in parts Derry fly flag in clash with Lancashire ladies Derry will carry the flag for Ulster in the All Ireland Ladies Junior Football Championship when they take on Lancashire at St Brendan s Manchester today 5pm Board holds fire in quest to replace McIver at Derry It is understood the hunt for a new Derry manager to succeed Brian McIver will not be stepped up until the senior football championship has reached a more advanced stage McGuigan shines as Derry step up title bid Shane McGuigan is making a habit of picking up man of the match accolades in Derry s sustained drive to land the All Ireland Minor football crown Derry kids will rise to the occasion McErlain Derry minor team boss Damian McErlain has watched his side win the Ulster title the hard way by overcoming Down Donegal and Cavan Dismal Derry are torn to shreds by Clare s fire power Derry failed abysmally to come close to matching a power packed Clare side in yesterday s All Ireland camogie championship crunch tie at Cusack Park Ennis Derry to follow example of Ulster rivals The Derry board may be persuaded to cast their net beyond the county boundary in their trawl for Brian McIver s successor as football boss more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Enda Lynn at the double as Derry beat Cork Derry Derry boss Barton on a high but Down s Burns struggles Derry Derry now needing miracle to avoid the drop after Monaghan defeat Derry Derry s Conor Glass heads for Down Under Rules change after Hawthorn signing Derry

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/derry/ (2016-02-15)
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  • County Donegal GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    games it took to reach this final pointing instead to the serious effort his players made in the second half that with a little more composure would have been enough to bring home another Anglo Celt title instead of conceding it to Monaghan McGrath is hoping that all the self sacrifice pays off Donegal quartet Paddy McGrath Paul Durcan Martin Reilly and Declan Walsh have long since absorbed the belief that the road to success can be particularly hard Donegal star Murphy lays down the law to bag top award Donegal skipper Michael Murphy has received the perfect pre Ulster Final boost with confirmation that he is the winner of the Ulster GAA Writers Association June monthly merit award Donegal box clever against Derry to clinch final spot It was never going to be the kind of display that broke out in the sunshine and the heat of the Athletic Grounds but in the end Donegal could lean on the ropes pick their moments and rely on an experienced jab to keep Derry at bay Gallagher expecting a tough battle An Ulster final place would mean so much to so many counties but for Donegal it has become an annual event McKinless brothers out of Donegal GAA tie Derry manager Brian McIver watched Donegal bring Armagh to their knees in last Sunday s Ulster Championship quarter final with a mixture of anticipation tinged with forboding Donegal boss Rory Gallagher is full of praise for his big game players The quiet smile of satisfaction on the face of Donegal manager Rory Gallagher told its own story at the end of yesterday s gripping Ulster Championship showdown at MacCumhaill Park Ballybofey Feel good factor sweeps Donegal after play off win NHL Division 2 Play off It s not often that the Donegal hurlers steal the limelight from their football brethren Former Donegal GAA boss Jim McGuinness is drafted in by Saracens Saracens have tapped into the motivational powers of Gaelic football guru Jim McGuinness during their preparations for Saturday s European Champions Cup semi final showdown against Clermont Auvergne Donegal defeat not a big deal Just as Brendan Devenney warned on these pages on Saturday Donegal came for an honourable defeat Given their formation the intensity of their tackling and their indifference Rory Gallagher was not going to let the National League distort his focus on Tyrone May 17 and the Ulster Championship Danny McNulty is the Tyrone hero as late free yields trophy Heaven knows how Tyrone pulled this one off in injury time but the outpouring of emotion that greeted Danny McNulty s last gasp free and the final whistle shows how their fans have hungered for an Ulster title more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Donegal s MacNiallais inspires first triumph for Rory Gallagher Donegal Donegal boss Jim McGuinness Celtic first team role may affect future with county Donegal Top award is a welcome boost for Donegal s

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/Donegal/ (2016-02-15)
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  • County Down GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    which he claims has engulfed the county of late Ex Saffrons boss Frank Dawson in pole position to take helm at Down Down are set to name their new senior football manager this week and although the identity has been kept top secret Under 21 manager Frank Dawson has emerged as the front runner Kilcoo boss Paul McIver can see quality emerging in Down A concerted drive to restore credibility within Down football is gathering momentum and that s before a new county team boss has been appointed Frank Dawson in frame for Down hot seat The Down Senior Football Championship may have reached the semi final stage but it is understood that the county board will not be rushed into naming Jim McCorry s successor Down step up search to replace Jim McCorry The Down County Board intends to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of football team boss Jim McCorry as soon as possible What gave Down board the right to do this to McCorry The idea of an own goal isn t a familiar concept in the GAA but there can be no more fitting description for the actions of the Down county board last week Down axe a big blow for Shane Mulholland Shane Mulholland a player who gave Down superb service at senior level in the past described his sacking as county minor boss as a real kick in the teeth Jim McCorry soldiers on as Down boss Down senior football manager Jim McCorry survived a county board vote last night over his future as boss of the Mourne county with the vote at 22 20 in favour of keeping him on with a number abstentions Jim McCorry s position as Down boss on the line After Brian McIver s resignation at Derry the Championship managerial fall out could be further highlighted tonight when the Down board meet to consider the position of Jim McCorry who has been under considerable fire since his side were banished from the qualifiers by Wexford Fired up Down aim to outgun Antrim in final shootout Down hurling manager Michael Johnston believes his team will be afforded a great opportunity to strike a blow on behalf of the sport in Ulster when they meet Antrim in the senior provincial final at Owenbeg tomorrow Beaten McCorry will build for the future Down manager Jim McCorry admitted he was gutted after Saturday s All Ireland Senior Football 1B Qualifier loss to Wexford at the victors home ground Mournemen put Oak Leafs to the sword There will be a replay of the 2013 Ulster Hurling Championship final after Down defeated Derry by five points at Owenbeg yesterday more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Down made to dig deep by rugged Armagh Down Peter Turley seeks winning feeling with Down Down Kilcoo s success piles pressure on Down manager Down Down s resilience pays dividends over Armagh Down Donal O Hare

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/down/ (2016-02-15)
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  • County Fermanagh GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    forward Sean Quigley still sits proudly at the top of the Championship scoring chart with an impressive 3 36 to his credit Colm Bradley fuming at changes to club game in Fermanagh A proposal that may wrap up club league activity in Fermanagh over the next couple of weekends prior to the commencement of the club championship campaign has been met with deep anger in the county Fermanagh star Tomas Corrigan hits back at lazy and contradictory Jim McGuinness comments Fermanagh forward Tomás Corrigan has described Jim McGuinness comments about his county as unfair and contradictory Fermanagh respect despite Dublin s triumph Numbers can be bent to suit any argument but Fermanagh will be happy with those that emerged from their highly credible defeat to Dublin in the All Ireland quarter final McGrath We ve plenty to be proud of When the man doing the talking is as eloquent as Pete McGrath sometimes you let the words do the work Ernesiders can take next step Powerhouse midfield ace Richard O Callaghan believes Fermanagh are on the cusp of a double bonus as they prepare to take on the might of Dublin in tomorrow s All Ireland football quarter final at Croke Park Fermanagh Peter McGrath said no to Dublin s offer of manager Fermanagh manager Peter McGrath will be in the green corner at Croke Park on Sunday but he could just as easily have been fulfilling a role in the blue corner Ernesiders moving in the right direction insists Pete As good and commanding a performance as it was Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath still wonders what his team might do if they could tune in for an entire game Fermanagh boss McGrath delivers on his August promise Five short weeks previously Pete McGrath stood on a patch of grass in Cavan and told reporters with utter conviction that his Fermanagh side would be playing football into August A family affair for battling Mulrone as he aims for overdue shot at Kerry You might ask what Fermanagh have been doing differently this year to still be playing football in late July with a serious chance of meeting Kerry in August on the greatest stage of all Ernemen making a splash at very top When Peter McGrath embarked on a new chapter in his distinguished managerial career with Fermanagh last year he had due cause to regret the fact that he was left with insufficient time in which to prepare properly for the rigours of a demanding season Fermanagh 1 14 Roscommon 0 16 Quigley holds nerve to seal the Erne fightback Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath told his players before the game that it would be their refusal to accept defeat that would get them over the line against Roscommon more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Roslea keep it simple to claim New York Cup Fermanagh Fermanagh boss Peter McGrath has lost patience with Seamus Quigley Fermanagh Death of popular Fermanagh hurling

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/fermanagh/ (2016-02-15)
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  • County Monaghan GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    point against Dubs It s a sign of the times that a team walks away from Croke Park with congratulations ringing in their ears for losing narrowly to Dublin Pitch criticised as Donegal sail on against Monaghan It was a game that probably shouldn t have gone ahead but Donegal booked their place in the Ulster U21 final for the third year in a row at Healy Park Omagh last night after a late pitch inspection Malachy O Rourke is so keen to maintain Monaghan s momentum Derry Donegal and Tyrone have all fallen to Monaghan in Division One of the Allianz Football League to date Ice Cool Conor McCarthy inspires Monaghan to victory An eight point haul from Conor McCarthy proved decisive as Monaghan turned on the style in the second half to see off 13 man Derry in the Ulster U21 quarter final last night Monaghan win helps chances of survival Monaghan enhanced their chances of surviving in Division One of the Allianz Football League when they showed tremendous staying power to squeeze out Donegal by 0 9 to 1 4 yesterday Conor McManus absence too big a loss for Monaghan Monaghan might have known it was not to be their day in Division One against Mayo yesterday when ace marksman Conor McManus withdrew from their side to be replaced by Owen Duffy Committee set to examine referee s derby clash report The Competitions Control Committee of the Ulster Council are set to meet tonight to discuss the contents of the referee s report arising out of Sunday s heated McKenna Cup derby clash between Cavan and Monaghan Jim McCorry prepares more changes for big test with Monaghan The first McKenna Cup for any incoming manager can be a tricky period akin to cramming before an exam but Down manager Jim McCorry can see both perspectives of having an experimental squad as they travel to Clones to face Monaghan this Sunday throw in 2pm Monaghan left hanging on to win McKenna Cup opener Monaghan held off a late challenge from UUJ to win this free flowing McKenna Cup opener at Castleblayney Clerkin caught by Cup fever Hard really to explain the attraction or even the sense that 2015 is upon us and the McKenna Cup is in the air O Rourke McBride dream ticket for Monaghan A Fermanagh native who is rapidly establishing himself as one of the top managers in the country and a Tyrone man with an inherent ability to pinpoint and nurture emerging talent will oversee Monaghan football for the next three years more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Clerkin caught by Cup fever Monaghan GAA chiefs fight fan pitch battle Monaghan Gollogly hungry to banish mental pain Monaghan Monaghan enjoying life in the fast lane and Walshe is aiming higher Monaghan Sir Alex will inspire Monaghan fledglings says Brady Monaghan Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Pregnant woman

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/monaghan/ (2016-02-15)
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  • County Tyrone GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    nine point victory over Antrim at Healy Park Barton full of praise for players despite loss Damian Barton was clear about what he found acceptable with Derry s display in their defeat to Tyrone but perhaps tellingly shone a light on his own performance as manager Red Hands dig deep to chop down Oak Leafers Tyrone came from nine points down after only 23 minutes to edge a one point win against Derry in Owenbeg in a richly combative contest for January Tyrone power on as a trophy double beckons The very real possibility that they will improve further on the levels of cohesion and commitment Tyrone revealed in this O Fiaich Cup semi final at sparsely populated Oliver Plunkett Park Crossmaglen suggests that they may well have two trophies in their possession before the end of next month Tyrone set down high standards for 2016 Tyrone have lost no time in setting out their stall on two fronts for 2016 Senior team boss Mickey Harte is keen to see his side lay down a marker in the O Fiaich Cup and Dr McKenna Cup competitions while under 21 boss Fergal Logan believes that his team now face considerable pressure to retain their All Ireland title and it s all coming from within Peter McGrath accepts inter pro problems The inter provincial football and hurling championships are destined to have a nomadic existence in the annual fixtures calendar for the foreseeable future Red Hands fight back to claim Over 40s Masters crown against Galway Tyrone finally mastered the Masters with a first ever All Ireland Over 40s title defeating holders Galway at Drumlish Co Longford on Saturday Late intervention prevents Tyrone U 21 managers walkout An eleventh hour intervention has prevented a messy scenario opening up in Tyrone with the management team of the All Ireland winning under 21 team deciding to continue in charge of the team for another two years Mickey Harte delighted to remain in charge of Tyrone Finally 23 days after Tyrone exited the All Ireland Championship following defeat to Kerry at the semi final stage Mickey Harte has been given the go ahead to oversee what will be his 14th season in charge of the senior team Dromore finish off Omagh St Enda s Tyrone title bid The task of retaining the Tyrone senior football championship title has proved too much for Omagh St Enda s Harte will stay but changes on way Mickey Harte is expected to take another step towards being ratified as Tyrone senior football manager for 2016 tonight more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Shane Morgan provides touch of class as Tyrone march on Tyrone Mickey Harte loses two of Tyrone backroom lieutenants Tyrone Tyrone s second four in a row McKenna Cup bid now in full swing Tyrone Tyrone s marathon man Cavanagh had busy 2013 but McManus challenge stands out Tyrone Mattie Donnelly making most of

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/tyrone/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Latest Golf News and Live Leaderboards - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    hope of achieving a lifelong ambition of going head to head with Tiger Woods in the closing stages of a major championship Brandt Snedeker holds clubhouse lead at weather hit Torey Pines Brandt Snedeker defied the poor weather to claim the clubhouse lead in the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torey Pines which was carried over until Monday Home duo tie for lead in San Diego Americans Scott Brown and Andrew Loupe shared the lead as home players occupied the first seven places after the first round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Superstar Rory calls on local clubs to back Irish Open Rory McIlroy is aiming to involve every golf club in Ireland when his foundation hosts the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at the K Club in May Golf honours Ian Bamford for his great service to game Ian Bamford a former captain of Royal Portrush who has been involved in golf for more than 70 years has been honoured by the Irish Golf Writers Association at a ceremony in Dublin Defending champion Jason Day a doubt as Paul Dunne makes PGA Tour debut World number two Jason Day is a doubt for the defence of his Farmers Insurance Open title at Torrey Pines after being laid low by a virus Fowler s title as Rory rues missed chances Rory McIlroy lamented the Abu Dhabi Championship as the tournament he just can t master after a third place finish in the desert yesterday cost him his chance to move up tp number two in the world behind rival Jordan Speith Rickie Fowler targets a major title after victory in Abu Dhabi Rickie Fowler set his sights on a first major title after producing two moments of magic to win the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship on Sunday and climb to a career high fourth in the world rankings Jordan Spieth beats the clock to stay in contention in Abu Dhabi Two days after receiving a warning for slow play world number one Jordan Spieth won a race against time to reignite his bid for victory in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Rory has clear view of leaders despite fading light Rory McIlroy is playing catch up at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship after fading light meant it was unlucky 13th for the Ulsterman and his superstar playing partners Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler Andy Sullivan continues to impress Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke in Abu Dhabi Andy Sullivan followed a flying start with an equally fast finish to further impress Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke by claiming the clubhouse lead in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Tee time at Rory McIlroy s place PGA Championship Rory McIlroy says age is taking its toll on Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods Golf Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke on weight loss golf and being happy Ryder Cup Rising

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/golf/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Sport - Latest Sport News, Results, Analysis & Comment - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    shortlisted for the A McLean Bookmakers Race of the Year crown at the Cornmarket Motorbike Awards with the winner to be named next week at the sold out Ramada Plaza Hotel Belfast World king Jonathan Rea relishes big Belfast prize night World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea will take a short break from pre season testing in Spain to make a flying visit to Belfast for the Cornmarket Motorbike Awards on Friday January 29 End of the road for Guy Martin as he skips North West 200 and Isle of Man TT It s the news that event organisers and fans alike have been dreading but it s now official big name rider Guy Martin will not race at this year s Vauxhall North West 200 or Isle of Man TT with the announcement indicating his first steps towards retirement Phillip McCallen tells Guy Martin it s time to get out with his faculties intact When Guy Martin famously went off on one branding the North West 200 boring in a live TV rant when things didn t go his way there in practice last May I posed the question in my column in this paper Is his heart still in motorcycle road racing Arenacross lights up Belfast There wasn t a hockey puck in sight as the high octane indoor motorcycling discipline of Arenacross took over the home of the Belfast Giants at the SSE Arena last night Carl Fogarty to be big draw at Blackhorse Northern Ireland Motorcycle Festival The 2016 Blackhorse NI Motorcycle Festival moves to a new venue at the Eikon Exhibition Centre Balmoral Park The Maze Lisburn and yesterday organiser Billy Nutt announced that four time World Superbike Champion Carl Fogarty will make a special appearance at the show Record holder Seeley pulls a real Kwacker for NW200 Vauxhall International North West 200 joint record holder Alastair Seeley will be back on Gearlink Kawasaki machinery in the Supersport classes at this year s event on Saturday May 14 Martin Barr revved up for ride with Buildbase Honda Martin Barr made his 11th consecutive appearance for Ireland at the Motocross of Nations in 2015 and having been voted Irish Rider of the Year by local publication Off Road Ireland the Ballyclare lad is now looking forward to 2016 having secured a lucrative new deal with Elliott s title defence gets superb Tyco BMW boost Josh Elliott will defend his British Superstock 1000cc Championship title in 2016 on factory supported German machinery having secured a dream deal to ride for local team Tyco BMW Eugene out of arm s way Toomebridge MotoGP star Eugene Laverty didn t have the best possible preparation for his wedding when he broke his wrist and dislocated a shoulder in a testing crash in Spain just a week prior to walking down the aisle at the beginning of December more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Michael Dunlop aims for TT

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/motorcycling/ (2016-02-15)
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