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Debate on FRC proposals comes down to the haves and have nots

THERE has been a hot debate in recent days after the report by the Football Review Committee gave the details as to how the imbalance in the numbers of competing counties in the provincial competitions could be eliminated. Today, Leinster has 11 counties competing (Kilkenny presently do not field in the Leinster SFC), Ulster has […]

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Things are looking up on both fronts

If Antrim followers have been delighted by the unbeaten start our footballers have made to this season’s National Football League, they were on cloud nine after the hurlers began their campaign by beating Wexford in their opening game on Sunday last at Casement Park.

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Antrim must keep a keen eye on Dublin hurling development

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.

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Thanks for the memories Dinny but let’s look forward

The big news this week is the selection of Jerry Wallis as the new Antrim senior hurling manager.That he was picked over long serving Dinny Cahill at first glance seems like ingratitude in view of the vast amount of travel that Dinny had to make during his two spells in the job and some of the displays he managed to get from the squad in his time.

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No changing of the guard after county finals

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

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St Gall’s for 2011, Lámh Dhearg for the future

We now move into the climax of the local GAA season following a thrilling All-Ireland final on Sunday last and this week we will have the deciders of the Antrim Senior Football and Hurling Championships.

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