By Michael McMullan
ALL-IRELAND Junior ladies champions Antrim will have their official homecoming on Wednesday night (7pm) in Glenravel.
It comes a week after the county were crowned All-Ireland junior camogie title.
The Saffrons won their first All-Ireland title in 10 years after Saturday’s replay win over Fermanagh.
Antrim were in a commanding position at Croke Park in the drawn final, but needed a late Orlaith Prenter free to give them a second bite.
They made no mistake at the second of asking with a commanding performance. After the game, manager Emma Kelly was also looking ahead to trials in November and putting together a promotion charge from Division Four.
The jubilant squad brought the cup into the county on Sunday night, with a tractor and trailer ferrying them into Moneyglass.
Wednesday’s festivities begin in Glenravel at 7pm, with fans encouraged to bring a jersey or ball to have them signed by the team.
There will also be an opportunity to have photos taken with the team and their Ulster and All Ireland silverware.
Check out our Thursday epaper (visit www.GaelicLife.com) as midfielder Áine Tubridy gives her reaction to the All-Ireland win.