CLANN Éireann recovered from a slow start to eventually emerge from Sunday's epic Ulster Club Football Championship at quarter-final at Corrigan Park with Daniel Magee's goal in extra-time proving crucial to defeat Antra champions, Kickham's, Creggan.
A GOAL from a penalty midway through the second half ultimately proved the decisive moment as Con Magee's, Glenravel claimed the Antrim U20 Football Championship at the expense of St Gall's at a bitterly cold Davitt Park on Saturday.
ANTRIM senior football manager Enda McGinley says the Saffrons’ draw against Cavan in next year’s Ulster Senior Football Championship provides an exciting challenge for his players, but expects the Breffnimen to come out fighting in 2022 having been relegated to Division Four in the League.
THE Antrim U20 Football Championship hasn’t had the smoothest run this year with the groups seeing a number of games not played, but none of that will matter on Saturday as St Gall’s and Glenravel contest the final.
THE GAA welcomed the best players in Handball back to the 4-Wall courts in Belfast for the 33rd Golden Gloves, including the return to the 42-year-old living legend Paul Brady along with Martin Mulkerrins, Catriona Casey, Aisling Reilly and Diarmuid Nash.
IT is a case of déjà vu for Carryduff and Newry Shamrocks as they meet for the fourth time in Championship hurling this year, but this time the 2021 Down Intermediate Championship title is at stake in Newcastle on Sunday.
THE long wait is over for Kickham's, Creggan as they claimed their first Antrim Senior Football Championship title since 1954 with a dominant victory over St Mary's, Aghagallon at Corrigan Park on Sunday afternoon.
THE Padraig McNamee Cup will have a new home in 2021. The question is will it be travelling a few miles up the road to Creggan for the first time since 1954 or will it arrive at Aghagallon for the first time ever?
IT was certainly a memorable Saturday for Steelstown Brian Óg and their Ladies’ footballers lived up to their side of the bargain with a comfortable nine-point win over Antrim champions St Brigid’s at Musgrave Park.