SLAUGHTNEIL have ruled the roost in Ulster club hurling with four of the last five titles (there was no competition in 2020 due to Covid) so the question is whether Dunloy will be able to end the Derry club’s grip on the Four Seasons Cup when they meet in Sunday’s provincial decider in Armagh’s Athletic Grounds (1.30pm, live on TG4 YouTube).
O’DONOVAN Rossa will be hosting their second annual Christmas Market on 11 December to not only offer an array of wonderful seasonal goods, but to encourage young people to try out their entrepreneurial skills.
TWO goals in the space of a minute soon after the break from half-time substitute Niall Duffy ultimately proved the decisive scores as St Brigid's claimed the Antrim U20 Football Championship at the expense of Moneyglass at a windswept Dunsilly on Saturday afternoon.
A SIX-POINT haul from Sean Duffin proved to be the winning of the Antrim U20 B Football Championship for Creggan as they found the winning scores down the stretch to deny Sarsfield's at Dunsilly on Saturday.
IT wasn't to be for Pearse's on the provincial stage as they were overpowered by Newtownbutler First Fermanaghs in the Ulster Club Junior Football Championship quarter-final at Brewster Park on Sunday.
IF you're seeking the definition of winter football, then you've come to the right place. For about 90 minutes including extra-time all-in, St Brigid's and Cargin slugged it out in a game that saw both sets of players empty themselves without ever really clicking into gear, but in the end, it was the hosts at Musgrave Park who made the best of their moments to advance into the final.
THE objective at the start of the year for Pearse’s may have been to win the Antrim Junior Football Championship, but having done so, now the challenge is to see how much further they can take it as attention turns to Ulster.