DUNLOY produced a gusty second half comeback to keep their Intermediate Championship ambitions alive at Sarsfield’s on Sunday afternoon.
CARRYDUFF will have to go the scenic route again if they are to return to the latter stages of the Down Senior Football Championship following Saturday’s four-point loss to Downpatrick RGU at Darragh Cross.
BREDAGH covered from a nightmare start to defeat Castlewellan in Downpatrick and book their place in the winners section of round two of the Down SFC.
LAST year’s county finalists Cargin and Creggan have already secured their place in the quarter-finals of the Antrim SFC and a number of other teams can join them in the knock-out stages this Sunday.
FOLLOWING a memorable 2020 campaign which saw them reach their first Down SFC final, Carryduff begin their 2021 Championship with a tough test against RGU Downpatrick at Darragh Cross on Saturday evening.
ANTRIM will bid to go one better when they contest their second All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship final in less than a year this weekend.
CUSHENDALL native Terence McNaughton led Naomh Éanna to an historic Antrim and Ulster Intermediate Championship double back in 2019. Another Cushendall man, Michael McCambridge, guided the Glengormley outfit to their first Senior Championship win over Ballycastle last Sunday.
ST John’s hurling manager Brian McFall called on the county board to address the long-standing problem of Championship fixtures in relation to dual clubs in Antrim.
ANTRIM Ladies suffered an 11-point defeat to a dominant Wicklow outfit in Sunday’s All-Ireland Junior Football Championship final at Croke Park.
ANTRIM Ladies manager Emma Kelly has urged her side to continue to defy the odds as they seek to deny Wicklow in Sunday’s All-Ireland Junior Football Championship final at Croke Park.
ALL good things come in threes and Antrim captain Aislinn McFarland hopes her luck continues this Sunday as she leads the Saffrons out on to Croke Park to face Wicklow in the All-Ireland Ladies JFC final.
CREGGAN confirmed their place in the Antrim SHC quarter-finals as Group Four winners with a comfortable 2-10 to 0-8 win over St Gall’s at De La Salle Park on Wednesday night.
TRIBUTES have been paid to Ulster hurling legend Sean McGuinness who has passed away suddenly following a short illness, aged 76.
THEY’VE waited most of 2021 to get started. Finally, there is light at the end of the tunnel for Henry Joy’s and Mary Ann’s hurling and camogie club.
ROSSA edged out a gallant Ballycastle side to make a winning start to their 2021 Antrim Senior Hurling Championship campaign last night.