Following their hard-fought draw with Wexford at Sarsfields in Belfast last weekend, Antrim’s U16 camógs recorded a comprehensive victory
THE long wait is over for Antrim hurling fans as they will get their first glimpse of life under Jerry Wallace on Sunday. Wexford provide the opposition in the first game of the new-look National Hurling League 1B and many will be intrigued as to whether the
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.
ANTRIM hurling manager Jerry Wallace has explained his decision to remove Antrim from next year’s Walsh Cup competition is in order to ensure his team can hit the ground running in the National League.
He also cleared up the debate regarding the spelling of his name – he says either Wallace or Wallis is acceptable.
“Wallace is on the birth certificate, but both spellings can be used. I have been called worse in hurling,” laughed the new Antrim boss.
As part of the prep work for a new documentary commissioned by TG4 to mark the centenary of the Titanic launch, I spent the weekend trailing around after Ainle Ó Cairealláin, the talented young presenter of the planned hour-long programme, ‘An Chathair Ghonta’ (‘Wounded City’).