BELFAST Celtic took on Desertmartin in the hopes of rekindling their push for promotion in this season's Intermediate Division.
CRUMLIN United scored the only goal of the game at Grosvenor Eoin Saturday afternoon to nab a win against Immaculata in a mid-table affair.
ST Oliver Plunkett surged past Hanover at Lenadoon Park on Saturday to book their place in the third round of the Intermediate Cup.
It was a tough afternoon for Belfast Celtic as they faced a strong Bangor side in a rearranged Irish Cup fixture.
St Brigid's marched into a semi-final meeting with Cargin in the Antrim U20 Football Championship as they proved too strong for St Gall's on Saturday.
IMMACULATA clinched a convincing victory at home to Islandmagee on Saturday afternoon in a cup tie which saw the favourites ease past their opponents.
MONEYGLASS retained their Antrim Ladies Senior Football Championship title as they powered to victory over St Paul’s at Davitt Park on Sunday.
O’Donnell’s clinched the highly anticipated Junior Championship semi-final, after a victory on home soil over Éire Óg after extra time.
Friday night began the weekend’s Hurling Championship action in Turf Lodge in a top vs bottom clash.
St Gall's saw their unbeaten run in Group Two come to an end after losing late on to a persistent Glenariffe side.
Sunday’s action closed off this year’s Senior Football Championship with a ferocious and intense affair between St John’s and Creggan at Corrigan Park on Sunday night.
THE first of Sunday’s action saw the Intermediate Championship affair between the bottom two sides in Group Two.
Sunday afternoon saw St Gall's welcome Creggan in a fixture as old as time and the game started just as it would play out.
Rossa opened their 2022 Antrim Championship campaign with a home victory against a resistant Carey Faughs side.
St Gall’s took on the Randalstown side in a feisty affair at De La Salle Park on Sunday afternoon.