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“Derry’s transformation has been astonishing”

Varley and Poacher discuss the transformation of Derry in recent years as they retained the Ulster title this year and look to kick on

Enda Varley and Steven Poacher discuss the transformation of Derry in recent years as they retained the Ulster title this year and look to kick on.

Enda Varley and Steven Poacher discuss the transformation of Derry in recent years as they retained the Ulster title this year and look to kick on — click play above.

SATURDAY
ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIP

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  • Group 4: Clare v Derry, Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, 6.00pm; Donegal v
    Monaghan, Omagh, 6.00pm.

TAILTEANN CUP (Preliminary quarter-final)

  • Limerick v Laois, TUS Gaelic Grounds, 3.00pm
  • Meath v Wexford, Pairc Tailteann, 4.00pm
  • Cavan v Down, Kingspan Breffni, 5.15pm

SUNDAY
ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIP

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  • Group 1: Kerry v Louth, Laois Hire O’Moore Park, 2.00pm; Cork v Mayo, TUS Gaelic
    Grounds, 2.00pm.
  • Group 2: Armagh v Galway, Carrick-on-Shannon, 4.00pm; Westmeath v Tyrone,
    Kingspan Breffni , 4.00pm
  • Group 3: Dublin v Sligo, Kingspan Breffni, 1.45pm; Kildare v Roscommon, Glenisk
    O’Connor Park, 1.45pm.

TAILTEANN CUP (Preliminary quarter-final)

  • Antrim v Carlow, Corrigan Park, 1.00pm

CORK v MAYO
Mayo have maximum points from two games; Cork are on two points.

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Mayo have a 6+ scoring difference while Cork are on 0.

KERRY v LOUTH
Kerry have won one and lost one of their first two games; Louth have lost both of their games.

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ARMAGH v GALWAY
Galway lead the way on the table with four points, with Armagh on two points.

Galway have a scoring difference of 11+ while Armagh are on -1.

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TYRONE v WESTMEATH
Tyrone are on two points and with a scoring difference of -1. Westmeath have lost their first two games and have a points difference of -9.

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Dessie Dolan’s men need to win to have any chance of reaching the preliminary quarter-finals.

DUBLIN v SLIGO
Dublin are on three points and have a scoring difference of 9+ points.

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Sligo have one point and a score difference of -10 points.

KILDARE v ROSCOMMON
Roscommon are on three points and have a score difference of +10. Kildare are on one point and a score difference of -9.

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CLARE v DERRY
Derry are guaranteed a place in the knock-out stages after winning one and drawing one of their opening two games.

They have a points difference of 5+. Clare are out of contention, having lost their first two games and with other results going against them, they cannot qualify.

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DONEGAL v MONAGHAN
Both teams have qualified for the knock-out stages. Monaghan have three points on the board and a scoring difference of 5+. Donegal have two points and a scoring difference of 0.

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