AT half-time in Saturday's LGFA All-Ireland Junior replay in Armagh, Antrim manager Emma Kelly was actually considering withdrawing Grainne McLaughlin.
A STUNNING team performance driven by the pain of coming up short in past finals was the catalyst for Antrim's comprehensive win.
Sunday afternoon saw St Gall's welcome Creggan in a fixture as old as time and the game started just as it would play out.
A SWING of the left boot from Michael Armstrong seven minutes deep into stoppage time rescued a draw and what might prove to be an invaluable point for O'Donovan Rossa at Naomh Éanna on Sunday.
ANTRIM ended a 10-year wait for the LGFA All-Ireland Junior title as they powered to victory over Fermanagh in Saturday's replay at Armagh's Athletic Grounds.
ANTRIM ladies captain Cathy Carey expressed her relief that Antrim live to fight another day in their quest to lift a first All-Ireland Junior title in 10 years as they gear up to take on Fermanagh in the replay of the final in Armagh on Saturday.
THE heat is ratcheting up in the Antrim Football Championships with some games in the group stages across the board already resembling knockout clashes.
ANTRIM ladies manager Emma Kelly has insisted nobody is guaranteed their place for Saturday's All-Ireland Junior final replay in Armagh.
Rossa opened their 2022 Antrim Championship campaign with a home victory against a resistant Carey Faughs side.
ANTRIM camogie joint manager Brian Kearney says his side are raring to go ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland Junior Camogie final against Ulster champions Armagh.
WITH the shadowboxing of the league now complete, it's time to step it up a notch as Antrim Hurling Championship time is now here.
THE news Antrim hurling fans had been hoping for came on Thursday morning as it was confirmed Darren Gleeson will return as manager for a two-year term with the option of a third.
MICHAEL O’Boyle saved Oisin's blushes at the Bear Pit on Wednesday evening after Sarsfield’s overturned a seven-point deficit at the break in their thrilling draw.
Ardoyne soundly overcame the challenge of St Patrick’s at 'The Cricky' on Saturday in the opening round of the Intermediate Football Championship.
St Malachy’s managed to take the win on Friday night in a tense match against St Agnes’ at Cherryvale in one of the opening games of the Antrim Championships.