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Rossa aiming to Close the gap on Red Hands

LAST year’s county finalists, Lámh Dhearg will bid to repeat the 2015 success over O’Donovan Rossa when the sides met in the SFC quarter-final at Corrigan Park on Saturday (4pm). The Hannahstown side claimed a narrow one-point win at the semi-final stage of last year’s campaign before losing out to Cargin in the decider. This […]

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McNaughton calls for greater commitment from Saffrons

ANTRIM manager Terence ‘Sambo’ McNaughton has urged his players to commitment to the ‘lifestyle’ of a county player ahead of next season. McNaughton has also vowed to end what he calls the ‘drop-in centre’ mentality of the county squad after the Saffrons were hampered by the unavailability of several players throughout a difficult 2016 campaign. […]

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St Gall’s aren’t finished yet: Kelly

Northern Switchgear Antrim Senior Football Championship quarter-finals St Gall’s v Portglenone (Saturday, 6pm, Corrigan Park) ST Gall’s defender Sean Kelly insists the Milltown Row men have lost none of their hunger as they begin their bid to reclaim the county title with a tough opener against Portglenone this Saturday. Their quest for an unprecedented ninth […]

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Davitt’s withstand late Aggies pressure to retain Junior B title

Antrim Junior B Hurling Championship final Michael Davitts 1-10 St Agnes’ 1-9 DESPITE going 21 minutes without a score in the second period of Saturday night’s Junior B Championship Hurling final at Sarsfield’s, Davitt’s prevailed to retain their title and make it successive final victories against St Agnes’ with a 1-10 to 1-9 win. The […]

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Gorts progress past Junior champions

Antrim Intermediate Hurling Championship Gort na Móna 3-15 St Mary’s Rasharkin 1-12 AN impressive second display from Gort na Móna saw off the challenge of Rasharkin in the preliminary round of the Intermediate Hurling Championship in Ahoghill on Saturday evening. The Belfast side looked like they would coast to victory after goals from Patrick McCaffrey […]

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Sarsfield’s suffer Championship KO

Antrim Intermediate Hurling Championship Glenariffe 3-12 Sarsfield’s 1-16 AT half time in the second match at Ahoghill last Saturday evening, it was going to plan for Sarsfield’s. They led by six points and put in 30 minutes of high octane hurling that left Glenariffe chasing shadows for the majority of the half. Dan and Donal […]

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