28 November 2014 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Inniskeen bid to win the AIB Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship for the second time when they contest Sunday’s final against Warrenpoint from Down at Armagh’s Athletic Grounds. by COLM SHALVEY

Inniskeen, who won this competition in 2005 before going on to lift the All-Ireland IFC title the following March, went on to spend four years in senior football. They were relegated in 2009 and again in 2011 – sandwiching their 2010 Intermediate League success – but they have found their way back to this stage again after a six-game winning championship run. The Grattans saw off Seán McDermotts, Clones and Corduff to set up a county final against local rivals Donaghmoyne, which they won by the narrowest of margins. Inniskeen then began their Ulster campaign with another one-point win over Cavan side Cootehill and they were fairly convincing winners last time out in their semi-final against Derrylin from Fermanagh. They face a step-up on Sunday against 2012 Ulster IFC runners-up Warrenpoint.

Warrenpoint defeated St. John Bosco, Bredagh, Saul, St. John’s and Ballymartin to win their second Down IFC title in three years. Warrenpoint started their Ulster campaign ….

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