D-Day in the Allianz Hurling League – Ulster hurling round-up


It was D-Day for the Ulster counties in the Allianz Hurling League’s and there was elation and disappointment. Antrim condemned London to relegation from Division 2B with a two point win over the exiles in Cushendall on a scoreline of 1-16 to 0-17. In Division 2B, Derry have made the league final despite losing to […]


Mixed bag for Ulster contingent in Allianz National Hurling League action


Despite playing a fair portion of the game with thirteen men Antrim cruised to a twenty point win in Mayo. Nigel Elliot grabbed two first half majors while Ciaran Clarke, Ryan McCambridge and James McNaughton completed the rout by rattling the back of the net. In Division 2B, Derry remain on course for promotion by […]


Neal Peden ratified as Antrim hurling boss for 2019


Neal Peden has been appointed manager of Antrim Senior Hurling team for the 2019 season.  Peden comes into the top job having recently been part of last year’s management team of Terrence McNaughton and Dominic McKinley who stepped away earlier this year. Clare legend and former Dublin manager, Anthony Daly will come into the management […]


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 […]


DJ Kane helps Antrim hurlers get back-to-basics


Christy Ring Cup final – Antrim v Carlow – Saturday, Croke Park 5pm In an extended interview in this week’s Gaelic Life, Terence ‘Sambo’ McNaughton reveals the role played by Down footballing legend DJ Kane in reviving the fortunes of Antrim hurling this year. It’s gone somewhat under the radar, but the former All-Ireland SFC […]