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Referees to discuss options after Rasharkin appeal

REFEREES in Antrim will discuss what action – if any – to take following the re-instatement of Rasharkin’s adult teams into Antrim competitions in 2012, according to Antrim Referees Committee chairman Tommy McIntyre.

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Carryduff minors aiming to land final berth

A PLACE in the final of the inaugural Ulster Minor Ladies Football Tournament is up for grabs when Carryduff face competition hosts St Paul’s on Sunday (2pm, venue TBC).

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Carryduff win promotion to Division 2

CARRYDUFF’S senior footballers assured themselves Division 2 status in 2012 when they overcame Tullylish in their promotion play-off at Bright.

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Antrim must keep a keen eye on Dublin hurling development

We now enter a very quiet period in the GAA world but first congratulations have to be given to the Minor hurlers of St John’s and the Under 16 footballers of Rossa as each won the Ulster competitions in their respective codes last weekend.

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Johnnies at the Championship double

Like Whiterock Road buses, you wait a long time, then two come along at once.That was the feeling for the St John’s club this summer when they bridged a seven-year gap between All-County minor titles to land the top prize in both codes.

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Holy Cross take the honours in Allianz Primary School thriller

The Belfast Allianz Cumann na mBunscoil leagues have been under way for several weeks now.This week Holy Cross extended their winning start as they proved too strong for New Lodge men Edmund Rice on a score 6-8 to 4-4.

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