Loreto College celebrate victory in the Irish News Cup.
Cross & Passion's Maeve Kelly and Annie Fitzgerald of St. Angela's Ursuline Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Lorraine O’Sullivan
Cross & Passion will meet St. Angela's of Waterford in this weekend's All Ireland final.
Slaughtneil camopgs celebrate on the Croke Park pitch after defeating St. Martin's Wexford to claim a hat-trick of All Ireland titles.
Cross & Passion College camogs will contest the All Ireland final on March 2.
Cushendall full-back Martin Burke is consoled by St. Thomas' full-forward Eanna Cooney.
Derry and Tyrone are both in action this weekend as the Allianz National Football league continues apace.
Cushendall talisman Neil McManus, looking forward to this weekend's AIB GAA All-Ireland Senior Hurling Club Championship Semi-Final where they take on Galway’s St. Thomas at Parnell Park.
Derry enjoyed a reasonable McKenna Cup campaign and can look forward with a degree of confidence to the start of the Allianz National Football League.
Derry produced a credible performance in the McKenna Cup semi-final defeat to Tyrone.
Referee Ken Lowry presents Loreto College captain Senan Devine with the Coleraine and District Year 8 trophy.
Action from Dunloy's U21 championship semi final victory over O'Donovan Rossa
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