See this week’s Gaelic Life for the second half of our exclusive two-part interview with Antrim football’s only ever All-Star, Andy McCallin. Here’s a taster… A CAPACITY attendance of 40,000 has packed into St Tiernach’s Park for the 1970 Ulster Final. Antrim haven’t won the title for 19 years, but there’s high hopes this year. […]
ULSTER’S first ever All-Star Andy McCallin disputes the conventional wisdom that the onset of the Troubles ravaged a golden generation of Antrim footballer. In an exclusive two-part interview with Gaelic Life, McCallin talks about the Saffrons’ historic All-Ireland U21 win in 1969 and claims that the county committee played a bigger role in their failure […]
ANTRIM skipper James Laverty sees no reason why they can’t summon the spirit of 2009 in Sunday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final against Donegal. The Cargin half-back, who is still suffering from the complications of slipping a disc in his back in January, is confident that the Saffrons can bring a level of competitiveness to proceedings that […]
MATTHEW Fitzpatrick has been named in the Antrim starting 15 for Sunday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final with Donegal in Ballybofey.
FORMER Antrim star Kevin Brady has cautiously welcomed the idea of a possible All-Ireland Intermediate Football Championship,
AGHAGALLON joint manager Liam Lavery has enjoyed seeing the woolly hats and gloves come out at training over the last couple of sessions.
The Ulster Council have released designs for the new Casement Park.
Cargin’s defence of their Antrim Senior Championship didn’t go to plan on Friday night.
ROSSA manager Paul Close says that they can put it up to Lamh Dhearg this weekend despite the odds favouring the latter side.
John Hughes explains that the Saffron players aren’t just playing for the jersey.