Derry Clubs give back during Covid-19 crisis
Derry GAA clubs have been leading the way in their respective communities during the Covid-19 pandemic in the last few weeks.
STATEMENT: The need for ongoing community support
Local media outlets continue to provide quality content to help keep us safe, keep us informed and keep us entertained
UPDATE on competition structures
As part of our efforts surrounding the current Covid-19 situation Derry GAA will communicate regularly with our clubs to ensure that we keep you aware of important matters.
Derry GAA Statement on COVID-19
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, Derry GAA has suspended all fixtures and training sessions under its control with immediate effect and until further notice.
HL: Derry 2-16 Kildare 3-13
Derry’s hurlers finish top of the Allianz Hurling League Division 2B following a pulsating draw with Kildare at Celtic Park.
Heartbreak for Slaughtneil in Camogie Final
There was disappointment for Slaughtneil camogs on Sunday as they lost their All Ireland Senior Club Final in heartbreaking fashion at Croke Park.
HL: Roscommon 0-10 Derry 0-16
Cormac O’Doherty scored 0-12 as Derry’s senior hurlers maintained their 100% Allianz League record, with a win against Roscommon.
FL: Cork 3-13 Derry 3-11
A late surge from the Oak Leafers wasn’t enough as Cork edged to a two-point win at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
FL: Derry 2-10 Louth 1-9
Goals from Shane McGuigan and Niall Loughlin helped Derry to a four-point victory over Louth in Round 4.
HL: Derry 4-22 Warwickshire 2-7
Derry had it easy against Warwickshire on Saturday with Odhrán McKeever firing a hat-trick in their 4-22 to 2-7 win.
Club Derry 2020 Launch
Club Derry held its 2020 launch event at Seamus Heaney HomePlace on Friday night.
U20: Antrim 1-9 Derry 2-4
Derry’s Under 20 Ulster Championship is over following defeat to Antrim in blustery conditions at The Dub in Belfast on Friday night.
FL: Derry 0-10 Tipperary 0-6
Shane McGuigan notched 0-7 for Derry as they claimed their first victory of the league campaign.
U20: Derry 1-13 Fermanagh 1-8 (AET)
Derry overcame Fermanagh after extra-time in the Ulster U20 preliminary round in atrocious weather conditions at Celtic Park.