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Rossa set to begin McGirr Cup campaign

THE second quarter final of the Paul McGirr Ulster U16 Club Champions Tournament takes place in Gardrum Park, Dromore (Tyrone) this Saturday at 2:15pm when Antrim champions O’Donovan Rossa face the challenge of Monaghan Champions Carrickmacross. Rossa have a strong pedigree in this competition having won it in 2011 and reached the final in their […]

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Antrim may have to plan without Murray for 2020

ANTRIM could be without the services of Ryan Murray for the 2020 campaign with the Lámh Dhearg attacker set to fly out to Dubai next week. Is it understood Murray, who is a Geotechnical Engineer for the Arup Group, will work in Dubai until Christmas and has the option of extending his contract into the […]

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Red Hands seeking to finish the job

Northern Switchgear Antrim SFC final replay; Cargin v Lámh Dhearg (Corrigan park, 4pm, Saturday) RARELY has the battle for the Padraig McNamee Cup taken so many twists and turns and there are likely to be a few more on Saturday afternoon when Lámh Dhearg and Cargin meet at Corrigan Park for the Antrim SFC final […]

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Lámhs keen to finish the job against reigning champions

Northern Switchgear Antrim SFC final Cargin v Lámh Dhearg (Corrigan Park, 3.30pm, Sunday) AFTER a semi-final saga of which we haven’t experienced in many years, the Antrim Senior Football Championship final comes down to the winners of the past two years as Lámh Dhearg look to dethrone Cargin at Corrigan Park on Sunday. On Monday […]

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Growth of hurling in Belfast key to future Antrim success: McNaughton

TERENCE ‘Sambo’ McNaughton has insisted the future of Antrim hurling lies with the growth of the game in the city and believes the GaelFast programme is something of a last chance saloon. The Naomh Éanna manager and Cushendall native was inducted into the GAA Hall of Fame in Croke Park last week alongside Tipperary’s Nicholas […]

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Local rivals set for Junior hurling decider

A COUNTY final is a special occasion for any club, but given Saturday’s Antrim Junior Hurling Championship final between Gort na Móna and St Paul’s is a local derby, there is an added intrigue and sub-plot to proceedings (Hannahstown, Saturday, 1.45pm). The Gorts joined their West Belfast neighbours in the decider thanks to their 5-15 […]

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