Derry

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Tony Scullion: “Eighteen years and counting since Derry won an Ulster title . . . it is not good enough. A proud county like Derry. It should not be happening.” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

It’s not difficult for Tony Scullion to transport himself to the moment: a cataclysmic downpour of rain all across the province falling without cessat(...)

Meath did well to claim a crucial point in Derry, as they look to avoid relegation to Division Three. Photograph: Inpho

Derry 2-12 Meath 2-12 An injury time free from substitute Ryan Bell, with the last kick of the game, earned Derry a draw against Meath at Owenbeg. T(...)

Mark Lynch hit Derry’s fifth goal on Sunday in Portlaoise. Photograph: Lorcan Doherty/Inpho

Laois 1-22 Derry 5-10 This was an incredible game of football and after all the hard work and great scoring feats perhaps a draw was a fair result - (...)

Derry’s Shane McGuigan  in action against Cavan in the Ulster minor final. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Presseye/Inpho

Derry 0-12 Longford 2-4 A stirring second-half comeback from Derry kept the Ulster champions on course for a first All-Ireland since 2002. They found (...)

Liam Silke tackles Benny Heron during Galway’s victory over Derry in Salthill. Photograph: Inpho

Galway 1-11 Derry 0-8 A commendable evening’s work from Galway in rotten conditions in Salthill. They played better against the gale-force wind and o(...)

Derry manager Brian McIver joins the pre-match team huddle before the win over Wexford. They will likely have to score something like 1-14 to win in Galway. Photograph: Lorcan Doherty/Inpho/Presseye

There’s a knack to hitting the road without becoming roadkill. Neither of these sides has what you’d call a formidable record in the qualifiers and(...)

Derry will not include Gareth McKinless in their 26 man squad for Wexford trip. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Derry defender Gareth McKinless will not be named in Derry’s 26 man panel for Saturday’s qualifier game with Wexford. The Ballinderry defender rejoin(...)

Rory Kavanagh and current Derry manager Brian McIver celebrate Donegal’s National League final victory over Mayo in 2007. Given the transformation of Donegal football, the win has been reduced to a footnote, but it was only the county’s second senior national title. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

In April 2007, Brian McIver brought his Donegal team to Croke Park to play in that year’s National League showdown. Donegal had spent most of the deca(...)

Down’s Donal O’Harewho looks to be fit again,  battles against Derry’s Dermot McBride and Sean Leo McGoldrick during the Ulster quarter-finalat  Celtic Park, Derry. Photograph: Inpho

Malachy Clerkin The most potent 15 minutes of Wexford’s year – and of David Power’s time in charge – came after half-time in their Leinster Championsh(...)

Donegal manager Rory Gallagher. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho.

Ulster SFC Semi-final Derry v Donegal Clones, Saturday, 7pm, Live Sky Sports 3 In the past five years of the Ulster Senior Football Championship, Don(...)

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