Ballinderry aim for club semi finals

Published Saturday, 14 December 2013
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Ballinderry Shamrocks will look to secure an All Ireland club semi-final on Sunday.

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Martin McKinless's side meet Kingdom Kerry Gaels in the quarter-finals in London.

The Ulster Champions are strong favourites to win the game with some bookies offering strong odds on a Ballinderry victory.

It's expected that hundreds will make the journey from County Londonderry for the trip to west London for the game on Sunday.

The London champions have been preparing got the clash since they won their championship in October.

Ballinderry right corner forward Conlieth Gilligan says despite the favourites tag they'll be taking the game very seriously.

He explained: "People expect us to win because we are the side coming across but it does not always work like that.

"I suppose Dr Crooks last year and Crossmaglen the year before that got scares and I suppose London did very well last year getting a Connacht final and a few London players, so they will be relishing the chance too."

Throw in at Ruislip on Sunday is at 1pm.

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Mick in Derry wrote (125 days ago):
Don't worry lads, they have a good chance off winning the "all-ireland", thanks for you support .. Good that your taking an interest, you will get a bit of culture, broaden your mind and eventually your manage to get up to date..
amos in ballykelly wrote (126 days ago):
good to see a Co.Londonderry team make it this far. brilliant. Doing the County of Londerry really proud :)
Monkey in Coleraine wrote (126 days ago):
Coz thats what it is mick !
Des in Co Derry wrote (127 days ago):
Ballinderry is in Co Derry not Co Londonderry muppet !
Mick in Derry wrote (127 days ago):
What sort of clown writes "co Londonderry" for Gaelic sport ?
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