TWO second-half goals from James Connolly ultimately proved decisive as Rossa overcame Naomh Éanna in a slightly tetchy affair at a cold, windy and eventually wet Hightown on Wednesday.
THE Antrim hurling leagues are beginning to gather pace and this evening, there is action across all four divisions.
O'DONOVAN Rossa scored a great win over top of the table Portglenone in a thrilling game on home turf.
ANTRIM'S place in the Joe McDonagh Cup is secured as they romped to a 27-point victory against Meath at Pairc Tailteann this afternoon to maintain their 100 per cent record in the competition.
IT’S a straightforward scenario for Antrim’s hurlers in Navan’s Pairc Tailteann this Sunday as victory over Meath will see them book their place in the Joe McDonagh Cup final with a game to spare.
IT'S as you were heading into Sunday's Division One fixtures in the Antrim Football Leagues as the top four all won on Wednesday evening to remain in place heading into the weekend.
ANTRIM Ladies will be hoping to lift their third successive Ulster Junior Football Championship on Saturday when they take on Fermanagh in the final at Healy Park in Omagh (throw-in 6pm).
Cargin claimed the points from their annual visit to Hightown in a poor game in which open football was at a premium they passed the winning line with eight points to spare over Naomh Éanna.
A STORMING third quarter paved the way for St Brigid's to claim the points at Musgrave Park on Wednesday against a St John's side that seemed to lose their way.
IT'S getting tight at the top of Antrim Football League Division One with one point separating three teams who are all in action this evening.
A STRONG final quarter saw Rossa bank their first points of 2022 as they timed their run to the line well to overcome Ballycran on Sunday.
ANTRIM'S hopes of causing another shock in the Ulster Minor Football Championship were ruthlessly denied by a rampant Tyrone side at Corrigan Park on Saturday evening.
IF Antrim’s minor footballers were something of an unknown quantity, their Ulster MFC quarter-final victory over Monaghan has removed all mystery as they get ready for Saturday’s round two game against Tyrone at Corrigan Park (6pm).
WITH the Antrim hurlers having a weekend off, small ball attention is fully on the clubs this Sunday with fixtures throughout the four divisions.
ROSSA made it three wins in-a-row in Division One of the Antrim Football League as they pulled clear in the second half against Gort na Móna on home turf on Wednesday.