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Early goals cost Antrim dear in All-Ireland final

Antrim failed to emulate Offaly by winning All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie honours 12 months after a Junior success, as the Saffrons succumbed to a three-point defeat in Sunday’s decider at Croke Park.

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St John’s bridge seven-year-gap with Minor hurling title

St John’s won their first minor hurling title since 2004 when they beat last year’s champions Cushendall in Friday evening’s final at Casement Park.

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St Gall’s denied at the death by Cushendall

St Gall’s almost pulled off an amazing upset in the Antrim Senior Hurling Championship semi-final when they lost by a single point to Ruairi Ógs, Cushendall at a breezy Fr Healy Park, Loughgiel on Sunday night.

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Lámh Dhearg lift Intermediate hurling title

LÁMH Dhearg hurling manager Damien McConville admitted that Sunday’s victory in the Intermediate Championship final was the realisation of their 2011 ambitions.

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Antrim on the road to replicating Dublin’s success

THERE has been a lot of soul searching required in Antrim hurling circles lately. Heavy defeats at minor (v Galway), U21 (v Dublin) and senior (v Limerick)

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St John’s win Mullinahone tournament

Well done to the Under 12 St John’s hurlers who won the Tess McNamara trophy on Saturday August 27 in Mullinahone in Co Tipperary. With two cups

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