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Boost for Saffrons ahead of Donegal clash as Fitzpatrick has ban overturned

ANTRIM’S hopes of causing a major shock in Sunday’s Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final against Donegal in Ballybofey (4pm) have received a huge boost as Matthew Fitzpatrick had his 48-week ban overturned last night (Wednesday). The ace attacker had been handed the ban on Monday night for allegedly ‘deliberately misleading an investigation’ into an incident […]

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McKinley happy to get well-deserved break

ANTRIM joint-manager, Dominic McKinley said he and the players were delighted to give themselves a break from action until May 20 thanks to Saturday’s win over Down in Cushendall. The 12-point win ensured the Saffrons took the direct route into the Christy Ring Cup semi-final with Down now forced into the last chance saloon as […]

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McNaughton taking nothing for granted as Saffrons close in on league final berth

ANTRIM’S hurlers will travel to the Athletic Grounds in Armagh this Sunday in the knowledge that victory can leave them with at least one foot in the 2A final. Indeed, an Antrim win alongside a Carlow victory at Kildare will guarantee a final meeting between the Saffrons and Barrowsiders with one round of games left […]

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St Mary’s expect tough test with final berth up for grabs

All-Ireland Colleges’ Hurling Paddy Buggy Cup semi-final St Mary’s CBGS v Naas CBS (Friday, 2pm, Darver 3G) ST MARY’S CBGS hurling manager Paddy Cunningham believes it is hard to pinpoint where his side are at ahead of their Paddy Buggy Cup semi-final with Leinster champions Naas CBS on Friday afternoon writes Kevin Herron. It is over […]

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Goals prove crucial as Antrim fall short

Eirgrid Ulster U21 Football Championship Preliminary Round Antrim 0-16 Monaghan 2-14 ANTRIM bowed out of the Ulster U21 Football Championship at the Queen’s Arena last night, but not without a fight as defending champions, Monaghan were pushed all the way in this preliminary round clash. The teams were level on nine occasions and the visitors […]

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Adams: ‘Antrim must improve for trip to Tipp’

ANTRIM manager Gearoid Adams insists his side cannot dwell on their disappointing Dr McKenna Cup campaign ahead of Sunday’s National League opener away to Tipperary (Thurles, 2pm). The Saffrons suffered three successive defeats to St Mary’s, Monaghan and Fermanagh in the pre-season competition with 14-point defeat to the Ernemen last month particularly damming as Antrim […]

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