Ballinderry’s Darren Lawn challenges St Vincent’s Conleth Gilligan in Newry. Photograph: Russell Pritchard/Inpho

St Vincent’s 2-14 Ballinderry 1-13 A typically frantic All-Ireland club semi-final has ended in victory for St Vincent’s(...)

Ballinderry’s Ryan Bell battles with Glenswilly’s Eamon Ward during the  Ulster senior club championship final at Healy Park, Co Tyrone. Photograph: Inpho

Ryan Bell is optimistic that Ballinderry’s resurgent season can facilitate a drive for the Ulster championship by Derry next year. The big full forwar(...)

Kilcoo’s James Conway wins the ball ahead of  Ballinderry’s Paul Greenan. Photograph: Russell Pritchard/Inpho/Presseye

Ballinderry 1-10 Kilcoo 0-9: Ballinderry, the 2002 All-Ireland club champions, reached the Ulster final for the first time in five years after a deser(...)

Ballinderry 1-8 Scotstown 0-10A point by Ryan Bell in the final minute of normal time saw Ballinderry snatch a late dramatic victory over Scotstown i(...)

Ballinascreen’s Brendan Heron and Ballinderry’s Gareth McKinless battle for possession during the Derry senior football final at Celtic Park. Photo: Lorcan Doherty/Presseye/Inpho

Ballinderry 3-10 Ballinascreen 2-7Ballinderry found the net twice in the space of 60 first-half seconds to set themselves on the road to a hat-trick o(...)

Derry’s Eoin Bradley fights for possession with Down’s Kevin McKernan and Ryan Boyle. Photograph: Inpho

DERRY 0-13 DOWN 1-5: Teenager Ryan Bell kicked six points for Derry as they dominated Down in Saturday night’s qualifier at Celtic Park, avenging thei(...)

Ryan Bell should be able to give Eoin Bradley some support for Derry against Down. Photograph: Inpho

The Ulster quarter-final between these two teams a month ago was such a glorious anomaly that a little stir-about of the scoring feats we saw in Celti(...)

Kevin Walsh resigned as Sligo manager last night after Derry eased into the second round of the All-Ireland qualifiers. The home side didn’t have to o(...)