Bredagh’s U10 hurlers were invited to play in a mini blitz at St Gall’s on Saturday morning. They had two highly competitive games against éire óg and the host team with the standard of hurling excellent despite the damp conditions.
Despite Naomh Bríd’s league season ending in a nine-point home defeat to the Antrim senior champions, there were sufficiently encouraging signs from the performance of Conor MacSherry’s young charges to provide a degree of confidence ahead of this week’s U21 Championship tie with Rossa.
Our Senior Championships were decided at Casement Park last weekend and to no great surprise the titles were retained by the respective holders.St Gall’s won
St Gall’s are the 2011 Antrim Senior Football champions after a three-point victory over Lámh Dhearg at Casement Park on Saturday night.
Lámh Dhearg produced an incredible fightback to shock Cargin at Casement Park. The sides swapped early goals but the Erin’s Own men looked well on course for victory with ten minutes to play when they led by seven.
ANTRIM finals are nothing new to St Gall’s. When the De La Salle Park club take to the field on Saturday night they will be trotting out for the tenth time in eleven years on finals day. While this brings its own pressures, the mood around St Gall’s has been considerably more relaxed this term than last.