All-Ireland Club Semi-Final Fixture Details Announced


The details for the football and hurling All-Ireland club semi-final’s have been announced with six Ulster clubs in action.  Gaoth Dobhair will do battle with Galway and Connacht champions, Corofin on Saturday February 16th in Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada with a 1:30pm throw in. Cushendall will also face Galway champions in St.Thomas’ on Saturday February […]


Record 11th Ulster title for Cushendall


Ulster Senior Hurling Final 2018 Cushendall 1-15  Ballycran 0-10 From Odhrán Crumley at the Athletic Grounds Advertisement Cushendall have picked up their 11th Ulster club title with an eight point win over a resurgent Ballycran side in the Athletic Grounds. The early stages where nip and tuck with Neil McManus as ever shining brightest for […]


Ballycran have the substance to match the style


In this week’s Gaelic Life, Niall McCoy speaks to Ballycran’s Scott Nicholson ahead of the Down winner Ulster Final clash with Cushendall.  Nicholson pulls no punches in knowing what the rest of the Ulster community thinks of his team but hopes that perceptions will change after this year’s provincial decider. “We’ve always had great hurlers […]


Nominations for position of Antrim chairman revealed


Gaelic Life can reveal that the three nominations for the position of Antrim chairman have been named.  St.Enda’s businessman Ciaran McCavana, St.Paul’s club man Joe Edwards and outgoing north Antrim chairman Owen Elliot make up the nominations which clubs had until yesterday to make. The men will replace the outgoing team of Collie Donnelly, vice […]


Classy Cushendall beat Loughgiel to take Antrim Crown


Antrim Senior Hurling Final 2018  Cushendall 2-12 Loughgiel 0-15 As expected, a large crowd flocked to Ballycastle to witness Cushendall and Loughgiel do battle in the Antrim hurling decider. Advertisement Paddy Burke and Conor Carson netted for Cushendall as they marched towards a three point win to not only claim the Saffron title but set […]


Dunloy hyped for semi-final showdown


GREGORY O’Kane says his Dunloy players must be pumped for this Sunday’s Ulster semi-final against Slaughtneil. Dunloy won their first Antrim senior championship since 2009 two weeks ago, and they deserve their time to celebrate. However, from the sounds of it, the Cuchullains want more trophies this year. Manager O’Kane said: “It is massive for […]