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Sean brings the curtain down on 30-year GAA management career

WHEN the final whistle sounded at Cherryvale on Saturday September 17 it not only assured Bredagh of their Division 3 status in the Antrim hurling league for next season, but also brought down the curtain on a quite remarkable managerial career. For almost 30 years, Sean McGuinness has led groups of players to places they […]

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Our Lady & St Patrick’s pupil receives All-Star

Our Lady & St Patrick’s College, Knock pupil Lorcan McMullan has earned a place on the 2011/2012 BT Ulster Colleges All-Star hurling panel.

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Bradley plotting to Erne win on the road in Canavan’s Fermanagh managerial bow

THE New Year is a time that offers fresh hope and a fresh start. That is certainly the objective for Antrim football manager Liam Bradley who is hoping to begin the 2012 inter-county campaign with a bang when his Saffron squad travel to Enniskillen to face Fermanagh in the first of three Section A games in the Dr McKenna Cup.

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St Paul’s girls aim for Ulster title

The inaugural Ulster Ladies Football Minor Club final will take place at St Paul’s on Bank Holiday Monday, (January 2, 1.30pm throw-in) with host club St Paul’s hoping to land the title.

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Referees to discuss options after Rasharkin appeal

REFEREES in Antrim will discuss what action – if any – to take following the re-instatement of Rasharkin’s adult teams into Antrim competitions in 2012, according to Antrim Referees Committee chairman Tommy McIntyre.

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Carryduff minors aiming to land final berth

A PLACE in the final of the inaugural Ulster Minor Ladies Football Tournament is up for grabs when Carryduff face competition hosts St Paul’s on Sunday (2pm, venue TBC).

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