Fermanagh coach Pete McGrath enjoyed a winning return to Down on Sunday. Photograph: Inpho

Down 0-8 Fermanagh 0-14 Fermanagh free-wheeled to victory to deliver a winning homecoming for Pete McGrath in Páirc Esler. While new Down manager Ea(...)

Kilcoo’s Conor Laverty with Crossmaglen Rangers’ Stephen Kernan. Photograph: Inpho

Crossmaglen 0-12 Kilcoo 0-8 There was none of the anticipated drama, but a strong third quarter from Crossmaglen booked their place in the Ulster club(...)

Down’s Damian Turley with Meath’s Eamon Wallace. Photo: Jonathan Porter/Inpho

Down 0-10 Meath 2-11Meath boosted their promotion hopes with a resounding away victory on Saturday night which derailed Down in Pairc Esler. Goals in (...)

Kilcoo’s Paul Devlin gets a yellow card from referee Noel Mooney during the Ulster club clash at Páirc Esler. Photo: Russell Pritchard/Presseye/Inpho

Clontibret 1-9 Kilcoo 0-11 An injury-time goal from Monaghan defender Dessie Mone snatched an unlikely victory for 14-man Clontibret in yesterday’s U(...)

DOWN 1-15 UUJ 0-7Down received two black cards in the first half, but still recorded an easy 1-15 to 0-7 win over UUJ in Newry yesterday.Kalum King wa(...)

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(...)

Crossmaglen’s Stephen Kernan elbows Kilcoo’s Conor Laverty and gets sent off for the challenge in the sides’ Ulster club SFC quarter-final replay. Photograph:  Jonathan Porter/Inpho/Presseye

Kilcoo 3-10 Crossmaglen 1-8: It took 160 minutes to separate them, and two goals in the first-half of extra-time helped Kilcoo finally defeat club gia(...)