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Ulster club championship set for busy weekend

Nov 4, 2022 10:11 By Sean McCaffrey
Ulster club championship set for busy weekend Ulster club championship set for busy weekend
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Supporters are reminded that tickets for all fixtures must be bought in advance

The opening round of the provincial club football championship throws in this weekend with 4 clubs from region in action. Fresh from completing their double in the intermediate championship in Monaghan, Corduff will get their Ulster campaign underway when they travel to the Athletic grounds on Saturday evening to take on Shane O Neill's at 5pm. That fixture is the curtain raiser to the senior meeting between Crossmaglen and Ballybay at 7:15. On Sunday it is a Northern Sound derby in the Junior competition as Clones welcome Drumlane to St Tiernachs Park Clones at 1:30pm.

In hurling Castleblayney are away to the Down champions Liatriom in Paric Esler on Saturday evening at 5:15 in the intermediate grade. On Sunday Carrickmacross welcome Shane O Neill's  to Paric Gratten Inniskeen at 1:30 while at the same time at Kingspan Breffni Cootehill face Sean Traceys in the junior competition. Supporters travelling to those fixtures are reminded that entry is by ticket only. P.R.O of the Ulster Council Michael Mc Ardle explains more

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