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Oak Leafers still on the hunt for first league win

Published 19/03/2016

Derry have yet to win in Division One (stock photo)
Derry have yet to win in Division One (stock photo)

Ulster's sole Division One representatives, Derry, are still seeking their first win in this year's league, and entertain Limerick this Sunday (all camogie games throw in at noon).

After falling heavily to Kilkenny on the first day out, Ciaran Cunningham's camogs had a vastly-improved display against Cork in the next game, although falling by 1-18 to 0-9 at the Loup.

Limerick are unbeaten so far.

Antrim have had to cope with manager Paul Boyle stepping down from the post and have yet to play a single game in this campaign. Last week they conceded a game to Galway but are expected to field against Westmeath in Ahoghill tomorrow, throw-in this time at 2pm.

Down are at home to Laois, looking to consolidate some good earlier form in the season through brought victory over Wexford, while Armagh have the long trek to play Kerry.

There's only one game in ladies' football this weekend, Antrim facing Carlow tomorrow at The Dub, throw-in at 2pm.

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