At a sun-drenched National GAA Centre in Abbottstown Derry Minor hurlers claimed their 3rd successive Celtic Challenge Crown on Saturday evening.
Derry are through to the Christy Ring Cup Final for the first time since 2015 after they held off a valiant challenge from first-time semi-finalists Sligo at Owenbeg on Saturday.
Derry’s minor footballers produced a stirring finish to Sunday’s All-Ireland MFC Final against Kerry at Tullamore to secure the county’s fifth title with a dramatic one-point victory.
A late score from Donegal’s Patrick McBrearty ended Derry’s Ulster SFC hopes in cruel fashion at Ballybofey on Sunday afternoon
The 2021 Club Derry Golf Classic, sponsored by ASM Chartered Accounts, took place on Friday 9th July in glorious sun shine at Moyola Park Golf Club.
Derry’s minor footballers will contest the county’s second All Ireland Final in four years, following a composed seven-point victory over Meath in Saturday’s semi-final.
Derry produced their best performance of the season to brush aside the challenge of Wicklow by eleven points in Saturday’s Christy Ring Cup fixture
Disappointment for Derry’s Under 20 footballers at Celtic Park on Friday night as a spirited Ulster Championship performance ended in defeat against Monaghan
Derry hurlers got their 2021 Christy Ring Cup campaign off to a great start in Athleague following a late victory against Roscommon on Saturday
Derry’s minor footballers have claimed Ulster championship glory following a hard-fought victory in Friday night’s Final in Omagh.
Derry will face Monaghan in the delayed 2020 Ulster minor football final, following a thrilling one-point victory against Tyrone on Saturday afternoon.
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Details for upcoming Go Games events across our Derry GAA clubs
Derry capped off the Allianz Football League campaign with victory over Offaly at Croke Park in Saturday’s final, to accompany their promotion to Division 2 for 2022.
Derry will play in Division 2 of the Allianz Football League in 2022 following their D3 semi-final victory over Limerick at Carrick-On-Shannon on Saturday.