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# Ulster football

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# Ulster football
Last-gasp '45 ends long wait in Tyrone as champions Trillick learn final opponents, holders march on in Donegal
Meanwhile, Monaghan ladies football powerhouse Donaghmoyne landed their 18th championship title in-a-row.
# Ulster football
Drive for Five ended in Monaghan, Cross lift another Armagh crown and 41-year gap bridged in Derry
Three county finals and a provincial opener decided in Ulster today.
# provincial matters
'Ulster football is starting to shine a wee bit again,' says Donegal's 2012 Footballer of the Year
Karl Lacey, an All-Ireland winning defender and now coach, on Donegal, Cavan and Ulster football.
# brilliant breffni
Cavan end 18-year wait for Ulster final after pulsating replay win over Armagh
Mickey Graham’s men will face Donegal in the provincial decider.
# Ulster football
Cavanagh in as Mickey Harte makes one change to Tyrone side to face Antrim
Armagh’s Athletic Grounds plays host to tomorrow evening’s Ulster SFC quarter-final.
# Opinion
Ulster says no one likes us, but we don't care
Tommy Martin explains why Ulster football is the equivalent of an imaginary condom tossed across a theatre in 1950s Dublin.
# G8
Ulster GAA chief thanks fans for observing G8 traffic restrictions
Mratin McAviney says 9,352 fans were able to make it to Brewster Park in Fermanagh, despite the G8 preparation nearby.
# das phantom
Why Crossmaglen are like Ottmar Hitzfeld's Bayern Munich...
The Armagh outfit take on Leinster kingpins Garrycastle in the All-Ireland decider on Saturday. Here’s the tactical run-down.