David Mohan has been Sports Editor at Belfast Media Group since 2015, having first began working for the company in 2009 on a freelance basis before returning in a full-time role as a sports journalist in 2013.
He is also a radio broadcaster, presenting a local sport and music show on Saturday afternoons.
TWO late goals sealed a third victory in the Tailteann Cup for Antrim over Fermanagh at the Box-It Athletic Grounds in Armagh as they finished top of Group 4 to move straight into a home quarter-final in a fortnight.
IT’S unlikely Antrim’s footballers will require a rousing speech for motivation ahead of Sunday’s final Tailteann Cup Group 4 game against Fermanagh at Armagh’s Athletic Grounds (3pm).
IT'S the final round of games before the split in Division One and Two of the Antrim Hurling League on Sunday.
A NINE-POINT deficit became a five-point win for Clooney Gaels at a sunny Cherryvale on Wednesday evening as the Ahoghill club claimed victory over Bredagh in Antrim hurling's Division Two.
AS he stood on the side of the Cusask Park pitch on Sunday, Neil McManus had a line of well-wishers approaching to shake the hand of the Cushendall man and offer their gratitude for all he has given to Antrim hurling over the course of his 17 years in the senior jersey.
HONEST as the day is long, Michael Conlan has confirmed he didn't show up with the performance that was planned against Luis Alberto Lopez at the SSE Arena on Saturday and admits he has a big decision to make regarding his future in the sport.
WINNING the final game of the season is always the way to wrap up a campaign and Antrim manager Darren Gleeson was a delighted figure on the sunny Cusack Park sod on Sunday as his players finished on a massive high.
WITH their Leinster Championship future on the line, Antrim's hurlers delivered a sunning performance at a sunny Cusack Park in Mullingar as they powered over the line at the expense of the hosts who now face the drop.
Padraig McCrory admitted he was a little disappointed with his conclusive points victory over Diego Ramirez on Saturday, but takes positives from dealing with what could have been a banana skin outing.
IT was a happy return to home turf for Anthony Cacace at the SSE Arena on Saturday night as he retained the IBO super-featherweight title against a game, yet comprehensively beaten Damian Wrzesinski on all three cards (188-111, 117-111, 116-112).
IT was a crushing night at the SSE Arena for Michael Conlan on Saturday as his dreams of claiming the IBF featherweight title were crushed in ruthless fashion by Luis Alberto Lopez in the fifth round of a firefight.
Some are finding it hard to split Luis Alberto Lopez and Michael Conlan ahead of their featherweight world title fight on Saturday, but the West Belfast man is determined to fulfil his destiny
THE situation is clear for Antrim this Sunday in Mullingar: beat Westmeath or they will find themselves back in the Joe McDonagh Cup next year.
KURT Walker will hope to maintain his career momentum on Saturday night when the Lisburn man takes on Maicol Velazco over six rounds at featherweight on the undercard of Lopez v Conlan (first bout from 4pm) at the SSE Arena.
GROWING used to finals is no bad thing and Antrim’s ladies are gearing up for another this Sunday in Owenbeg when they face Tyrone in the Ulster Intermediate decider.