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Oneills.com U20HC: O'Connor trusted in Cork's maturity in Thurles

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By Kevin Egan Corks maturity and physical development was clear to see on the pitch yesterday afternoon in the oneills.com All-Ireland U-20HC final, and manager Ben OConnor was happy to trust in that same sense of maturity and responsibility at half-time in FBD Semple Stadium, when he and his management
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Allianz FL D2: Late Rogers point earns Derry victory

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Allianz Football League Division Two

Derry 1-11 Dublin 0-13

By Steven Doherty at Celtic Park

Derry produced a barnstorming finish to a rejuvenated second half display defeating Dublin by a single point with the last kick of the game. Well below par and trailing by five at half-time, a 44th minute goal from Niall Toner proved the catalyst for a memorable Oakleafcome-back victory.

Derry hit three of the last four points to finally pull level with Dublin before a Brendan Rogers point deep into injury time handed them a dramatic win.

With Brian Fenton in imperious form, the visitors ran in with a five point lead at half-time and led 0-7 to 0-2.

Dublin, ominously, took an early lead through Cormac Costello in their very first attack. And after a long, patient build up where they poked and prodded for any potential weaknesses, Derry finally open their account when Paul Cassidy sold a delicious dummy before curling the ball over the bar in the 5th minute.

Dublin led 0-4 to 0-1 after 14 minutes, with the home side nervously and uncharacteristically firing a number of efforts wide of target.

Con OCallaghan hit the best of the early points, jinking in and out before tapping over from a tight angle.

Shane McGuigan stopped the rot with a 16th minute free, before back to back Brian Fenton points, what a rolls Royce of a player he is, handed Dublin a 0-6 to 0-2 advantage.

The key moment of a low scoring first half came in the 26th minute when a quick and incisive ball in from Conor Glass released Niall Loughlin through on goal. The Derry forward drilled the ball hard and low but it was denied by the legs of David OHanlon and the only goal chance of the first half was squandered.

Little of interest occurred in the last ten minutes to half-time other than John Smalls point which handed Dessie Farrells side a 0-7 to 0-2 lead at the break.

Derry were a completely different beast in the second half. If Fenton was the key midfielder in the first 35 minutes, Brendan Rogers was the star turn in the second half.

Rory Gallagher pushed his players up on the Dublin defence and with renewed vigour and intensity the home side gradually turned the tide.

A trademark surging run from impact sub Gareth McKinless served up the only goal of the game and handed Derry a vital life line in the 45th minute. McKinless found Niall Toner at the back post who poked the ball into the back of the net.

The visitors, however, still led 0-11 to 1-7 midway through the second half and may look upon Ciaran Kilkennys decision to fist over a point in the 63rd minute with Cormac Costello wide open at far post and the goal gaping.

A brace from Shane McGuigan and another from Lachlan Murray handed Derry the lead for the first time with the clock quickly running out.

A 72nd minute Costello score looked to have preserved a draw for Dublin, before that late, late heroic point from man of the match Rogers.

Scorers for Derry: N Toner 1-0, S McGuigan 0-3 3fs, P Cassidy 0-2,N Loughlin 0-1 1f, C Doherty 0-1, B Rogers 0-1, E Doherty 0-1, O McWilliams 0-1, L Murray 0-1

Scorers for Dublin: C Costello 0-3 1f, L Gannon 0-2, C Kilkenny 0-2, B Fenton 0-2, J Small 0-1, C OCallaghan 0-1, C Bascal 0-1, T Lahiff 0-1

Derry: Odhran Lynch, Chrissy McKaigue, Eoin McEvoy, Conor McCluskey, Padraig McGrogan, Conor Doherty, Padraig Cassidy, Conor Glass, Brendan Rogers, Niall Toner, Paul Cassidy, Ethan Doherty, Benny Heron, Shane McGuigan, Niall Loughlin.

Subs: Gareth McKinless for P Cassidy HT, Oisin McWilliams for B Heron 49, Lachan Murray for N Toner 59, Shea Downey for E McEvoy 65, Niall Toner for N Loughlin 70.

Dublin: David OHanlon, Daire Newcombe, Michael Fitzsimons, Lee Gannon, James McCarthy, John Small, David Byrne, Brian Fenton, Tom Lahiff, Ciaran Kilkenny, Eoin Murchan, Lorcan ODell, Cormac Costello, Dean Rock, Con OCallaghan

Subs: Niall Scully for L ODell 42, Colm Basquel for T Lahiff 53, Sean Lowry for D Rock 57, Brian Howard for J McCarthy 63.

Referee: Sean Hurson Tyrone.

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Martin McNally appointed referee for EirGrid U20 Football Final

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The GAA can confirm Monaghan official Martin McNally will referee Saturday's EirGrid All-Ireland U20 Football Final at Kingspan Breffni.Kildare and Sligo will clash at the Cavan venue with McNally taking charge of the action.Saturday May 6EirGrid GAA Football All-Ireland U20 Championship Kildare v Sligo, Kingspan Breffni, 1.30pm, TG4Referee: Martin McNally
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Liam Knocker still making an impact with Lancashire

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By Cian OConnell Liam Knockers passion for hurling endures. Educated about the game and its possibilities in Belfast a couple of decades ago, Knocker is now very much part of the Lancashire GAA scene.Saturdays Lory Meagher Cup Final at Croke Park against Monaghan is Lancashires next assignment in a campaign
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Preview: Electric Ireland All-Ireland MHC Final - Clare v Galway

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Sunday, June 4Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Hurling Final Clare v Galway, FBD Semple Stadium, 1pm TG4Rarely has a team cleaved such a clear path through their opponents on their way to an All-Ireland Final as this Galway minor hurling team has.Theyve won their six matches to date by an average
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All-Ireland SFC: Roscommon triumph at Dr Hyde Park

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All-Ireland SFC Group Three Roscommon 1-21 Sligo 1-11By Ian Cooney at Dr Hyde Park Enda Smith spearheaded Roscommons final quarter surge as Davy Burkes charges came good to see off Sligo by 10 points in the Dr. Hyde Park sunshine.Alan Reillys 49thminute goal threatened to throw the cat among the
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Leinster SHC: Spoils divided at Croke Park

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Leinster Senior Hurling Championship Dublin 2-22 Galway 1-25By Paul Keane at Croke Park On madcap days like these, hurling doesn't seem to make a whole lot of sense.Galway may have qualified for the Leinster SHC final, just about as everyone expected, but the manner of their progression was anything but
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Leinster SHC: Kilkenny overcome Dublin

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Leinster Senior Hurling Championship Kilkenny 0-27 Dublin 0-21Leinster champions Kilkenny picked up two more provincial points as a strong second half performance saw the Cats shake off a dogged Dublin.A run of six unanswered points near the end of the second half saw Derek Lyngs side move into an unassailable
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Tailteann Cup: Carlow earn home preliminary quarter-final

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Electric Ireland MHC Final: Impressive Clare secure silverware

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O'Brien thrilled to bridge half-century gap

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Preview: Electric Ireland All-Ireland MHC Final - Clare v Galway

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Christy Ring Cup Final: Meath hold off late Derry rally

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Tailteann Cup: Laois and London divide the spoils

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