Historic double as Slaughtneil hit hat-trick and Clonduff clinch first All-Ireland title

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Derry girls in action at Croke Park.

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Slaughtneil and Clonduff camogs have been celebrating All-Ireland title wins at Croke Park in a unique Ulster double on Sunday.

The Derry club lifted the AIB Senior Championship for a third year in a row, defeating St Martin's of Wexford 1-9 to 7 points.

Slaughtneil's Tina Hannon was named Player of the Match.



Clonduff also made history with a first ever All-Ireland title.

They beat Gailltir of Waterford by 10 points to nine in the Intermediate final. 

The game featured a sensational long-range point from Fionnuala Carr. 



Player of the Match was the Down team's captain Paula (Gribben) O'Hagan. 

Hundreds turned out for the Hilltown homecoming...





























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