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# Ulster Championship

April 2023
Mid-season heaves: 'When a side loses, the manager is always to blame, it seems'
Donegal have all the pressure this Sunday after Paddy Carr’s mid-season departure.
Wylie: 'Yous are trying to bury us this last couple of years'
Monaghan seeking to avenge last year’s Ulster semi-final defeat to Derry
'Ulster may be wretched, but it sure can howl!'
All the entertainment burden was left to Ulster football. It only needed one epic to hold up the bargain.
"Once you put the word 'championship' before a game it means something"
Corey delighted with the bravery of his team both young and old
Late rally from Monaghan knocks Tyrone out
O’Toole puts Oriel in dreamland
Derry cruise to first defence of Ulster
Oak Leafers steam roll Ernesiders
Derry cruise to first defence of Ulster
Oak Leafers steam roll Ernesiders
The Ballad of Barry Owens
Fifteen years on from when Fermanagh last beat Derry, they are big-game hunting once more.
'Maybe there was a little over-excess on the highs. You have got to expect the lows then'
‘Transition can sound like an excuse,’ believes Tyrone boss ahead of Monaghan clash.
'I’ve made no secret of the fact that the provincial system just doesn’t make sense'
Saffrons have been hit with an injury crisis.
Last year
Underdogs Derry beat Donegal in extra-time to win first title in 24 years
Derry outscored Donegal 0-4 to 0-2 in the extra-time period.
Heron double drives Derry to first Ulster final since 2011
Derry struck three goals in the Athletic Grounds to secure a convincing victory.
All time
Holders Cavan face Saturday evening trip to Omagh as Ulster championship fixture details confirmed
The provincial final is slated in for Sunday, 1 August, with Down and Donegal getting the competition underway in the preliminary round.
'One of the weapons Cavan did have is their captain and manager would bawl and cry as it would mean that much to them'
Cavan writer Paul Fitzpatrick is this week’s guest on Behind the Lines.
Donegal too strong for Monaghan as they cruise to Ulster final
14 points separated the two sides in Omagh.
Last-gasp Donnelly goal sees Fermanagh stun Monaghan to book first Ulster final since 2008
Captain Eoin Donnelly’s precise goal in stoppage time defeated Monaghan in dramatic fashion on Sunday.
Slaughtneil put Kilcar to the sword to make Ulster championship decider
Second half goals from Christopher Bradley and Se McGuigan sealed the win for the defending champions.
'It was daunting coming into the panel and training with girls you've looked up to for years'
Since coming into the Cavan senior team last year, Shauna Lynch has been quietly making a name for herself.
Monaghan make three changes in team to meet Down in Ulster championship defence
Owen Duffy, Shane Carey and Karl O’Connell have been given starter’s jerseys for the Clones clash.
Ulster Championship debuts for Faulkner and Buchanan in Cavan team to face Armagh
Terry Hyland has made three changes from the league final meeting with Tyrone.
'If we looked at everything that needs changing with the championship we'd be here all day'
Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney feels change is needed but doesn’t expect
'The door is never closed for anyone' - Paul Durcan on potential Mark McHugh comeback
McHugh was one of four players to depart the Donegal panel before their Ulster Championship opener.
'It's so hard to do back-to-back' - Sean Cavanagh isn't ready to crown Dublin champions just yet
The Tyrone star believes Jim Gavin’s men will be tested.
Double joy for Monaghan as Truagh and Emyvale lift Ulster IFC and JFC titles
Tyrone’s Eskra and Killeeshil had no answer for the Monaghan sides.
McGuinness keen to pitch in with McGinley's Ryder Cup drive
The Donegal boss has spoken with the European captain about bonding individual competitors into a team.
14-man Monaghan find extra gear to power past Antrim
Antrim could not capitalise on a mixed day at the office for the Farney men.
Donegal v Down, Ulster SFC Final
Jimmy McGuinness’s side put in a huge second half to retain their Ulster title and leave the Mourne men out on their feet. We had all the action and analysis right here.
Armagh v Tyrone, Ulster SFC Quarter-Final
Giants collided at the Athletic Grounds and we got one almighty thud and one great game of football. But Ewan MacKenna saw that it was old dogs for a very hard road.
Rejuvenated: Youthful look to Cavan for Donegal clash
Terry Hyland has made seven changes to the team which ended the league campaign and will award five championship débuts.
Down and out: Broken ankle 'robs' Mournemen of Coulter
Teammate, Danny Hughes, is hoping Down can remain in the Championship long enough to keep the window open for a Coulter return.
Cavan board to discuss grievances with players tonight
While the Breffni county’s under 21 side continued an impressive run, rumour is rife that the senior side is looking to oust manager, Val Andrews.
Sectarian storm: Armagh complain of 'racist' abuse towards players
‘The chanting of “God Save the Queen” and malign taunting of “British B*****d” has no place either on or off the field of play. This is provocation in the extreme,’ said Armagh statement.
Tiff: Derry fans fall out of love with Bradley
Paddy Bradley has angered some Derry supporters after admitting he was ‘pi**ed off’ having cancelled a short holiday to New York.
Outsiders get a look-in as big guns paired off in 2012 Championship draws
The 2011 season is barely over – and the 2012 championship draws have already been done. So who did your county get?
The Morning Score: Friday
Trap sweats on Sheasy, a Kiwi wins at the Rás and Padden is set for his northern exposure.