Tributes have been paid to St Paul’s GAC stalwart Liam (Joe) McCartan after his passing on Monday evening.
FIVE points from play including one at the death when reintroduced having come off injured summed up a jaw-dropping display from Patrick McBride at Corrigan Park on Saturday.
IT was a rather disappointing end to Antrim's Allianz Hurling League Division One campaign on Sunday as they failed to raise a gallop against Tipperary at Corrigan Park.
WITH 60 minutes on the clock at Corrigan Park on Saturday and Antrim full value for their nine-point lead, a home win and a huge two points looked all but sealed.
ANTRIM’S quest is to bounce back from two contrasting defeats, but their hopes for Division Three survival are still very much hang in the balance for the Saffrons as they look to end Cavan’s invincible league run.
THERE will be something of a celebratory feel around Corrigan Park on Sunday as Antrim welcome Tipperary in their final League fixture with the pressure well and truly off.
IT is another weekend of early starts in the Antrim Football Leagues as the county's hurlers are again in action in the afternoon.
IT was much more than two points on the board for Antrim on Sunday as the victory over Laoius confirms their Division One status for another year.
GOALS proved the difference at a wet and windy Corrigan Park on Sunday as Antrim weathered an early Laois storm to overpower the visitors for a win that assures them of Division One hurling in 2024.
AIDAN Scullion struck goals in each have and they proved pivotal as Antrim claimed the Ulster U20 hurling title over Derry at Owenbeg on Saturday.
GOAL-HUNGRY Antrim retained the Danny McNaughton Cup as they hit three majors in each half to account for Down at Dunsilly on Saturday.
A LEAGUE game with a Championship feel is perhaps the view of Sunday’s Division One, Group B clash between Antrim and Laois at Corrigan Park.
IT’S a day for the early risers on Sunday with the majority of the Antrim football league fixtures getting underway at 10am due to the county’s hurlers hosting Laois at 1pm.
ULSTER titles will be up for grabs on Saturday for both Antrim’s minors and U20s and while the venues will be different, the goal is the same for both.
The PRO of Ardoyne Kickhams GAC, Piarais Mac Alastair, has displayed his worries regarding the club’s use of the Cliftonville Playing Fields, which is owned by the Belfast City Council.