Dunloy Cuchullains club in focus


THERE are many reasons why Dunloy Cúchulainns should be put on a pedestal. The commitment to supporting and encouraging three codes, is up there. Others would point to there incredible success in hurling since 1990. Then there is their phenomenal facilities, the freshest of which is the sports centre. However, there is one element that […]


Monan unhappy with fixtures congestion


Down hurling boss Ger Monan has hit out at the hectic schedule faced by his hurlers over the next eight weeks as they do battle on intercounty and club fronts.
Should the Ardsmen reach the Christy Ring and Ulster senior championship finals, they will have played seven and possibly eight games over the next eight weekends – depending on how their opening two games go in the Ring Cup.
Add to that, five Antrim League Division 1 fixtures over the same period and it makes a possible total of 13 games between now and June 12.


New President to extend help to Antrim


County delegates at this weekend’s GAA National Congress in Mullingar will hear for the first time the vision of Liam O’Neill as he prepares to take on the role of President elect for the next 12 months, with hurling in Antrim set to be a key focus.


Red Hand and Oriel meet in minor decider


It’s not often that Tyrone and Monaghan meet in an Ulster hurling final but provincial honours are at stake on Saturday at Healy Park (12pm) when the sides clash in the Ulster minor league Division 2 final.