ANTRIM’S new management team will face a clash with their former mentor early in 2021 and Stephen O’Neill, who was named in Enda McGinley’s backroom, says he is looking forward to sharing a sideline with Mickey Harte.
TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Junior Football Championship semi-final
Wicklow 7-11 Antrim 3-10
Three goals at the end of the first half were crucial in sending Wicklow on their way to final of the TG4 All-Ireland Junior Ladies Championship after a 7-11 to 3-10 win over Antrim in Ashbourne yesterday afternoon.
TG4 All-Ireland Junior Ladies Football Championship semi-final
Antrim v Wicklow (Sunday, 1pm, Ashbourne, live on LGFA Facebook)
ANTRIM Ladies bid for a place in the All-Ireland Junior Championship final for the first time since 2016 when they take on Wicklow in Ashbourne on Sunday.
Ulster Senior Football Championship
Cavan 1-14 Down 1-13
IF ever there was a preverbal ‘game of two halves’ then this was surely it as Cavan erased a 10-point deficit to defeat Down by the narrowest of margins in Armagh on Sunday afternoon.
Joe McDonagh Cup, Round 3BAntrim 3-18 Kerry 2-14THREE goals in the first half proved decisive as Antrim took a huge step towards the Joe McDonagh Cup final with victory over Kerry at a wet and windy Corrigan Park in Belfast on Saturday.
Joe McDonagh Cup Round 3B
Antrim v Kerry (Corrigan Park, Saturday, 1.30pm, Live on BeoSport)
THEY have been the most familiar of rivals in 2020, but the stakes are raised again when Antrim host Kerry in Saturday’s crunch Joe McDonagh Cup clash at Corrigan Park.