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 […]
The 2018-19 Danske Bank Ulster School’s All-Stars have been named after two trial games. Each player was initially nominated to attend the trails by their own school before taking part in the games. 9 of the 15 players come from Antrim clubs, with three from Derry club, two from the Mageean Cup winning An Dún […]
Mageean Cup Final 2018 An Dún 5-13 St. Pat’s Maghera 1-10 Advertisement An Dún have made history claiming their first ever Mageean Cup title after comfortable dethroning St.Pat’s Maghera at The Dub on Tuesday evening. Ronan Blair turned in a man of the match display grabbing an eye-catching hat-trick with goals either side of […]
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 […]
Ulster Senior Club Hurling Championship Semi-Final 2018 Ballycran (Down) 4-15 Slaughtneil (Derry) 1-14 Advertisement From Odhrán Crumley in Corrigan Park Down champions, Ballycran have caused a seismic shock by dumping the reigning Ulster champions, Slaughtneil out in the last four. Ballycran led by two at the break after bringing a real intensity to […]
I ALWAYS enjoy the last day of the group stages Allianz Leagues.
John Martin believes that Ballygalget do not possess the tools to stop the Slaughtneil machine in Sunday’s Ulster final in Armagh.
Fionnuala Carr urges Down fans to support the new Club Down initiative.
THE past 12 months’ action has already taken a bit of a battering in hurling circles for being a year to forget. Certainly the Championship of 2015 didn’t live up to recent years, but it still provided some highlights. On the final day of 2015, here’s my five most memorial moments of the year.
The second Conor McGurk Ulster Hurling tournament throws in on Saturday.