Donaghmoyne ladies create more history


By Shaun Casey 2022 has been a year to remember for Donaghmoyne ladies, and they’re not finished yet with an All-Ireland semi-final against Kilmacud Croke’s coming up in the coming weeks. But for now, they’ll bask in the celebrations of another Ulster titles. It was fitting that their winning margin over Moneyglass was four points as it […]


Evergreen Kingham as motivated as ever


By Niall Gartland DONAGHMOYNE are bidding for their 13th Ulster Senior Club title this weekend, and Hazel Kingham has played her part in every single one of those successes. It’s almost hard to fathom but she’s also lined out on a yearly basis during Donaghmoyne’s run to 20 successive county titles (a mind-boggling statistic on […]


Moneyglass must sharpen attacking edge insists Prenter


By Michael McMullan MONEYGLASS must be clinical in front of goal when they take on Down champions Bredagh this weekend insists ace forward Órlaith Prenter. The Saffron star kicked 0-16 as Moneyglass saw off St Paul’s to retain their Antrim senior title, but insists it wasn’t her best performance. It capped off another fine season […]


Moneyglass must sharpen attacking edge insists Prenter


By Michael McMullan MONEYGLASS must be clinical in front of goal when they take on Down champions Bredagh this weekend insists ace forward Órlaith Prenter. The Saffron star kicked 0-16 as Moneyglass saw off St Paul’s to retain their Antrim senior title, but insists it wasn’t her best performance. It capped off another fine season […]


Recognition for Cathy Carey after Antrim’s All-Ireland summer


ANTRIM’s Cathy Carey has been honoured with The Croke Park/LGFA Player of the Month award for August 2022. The 32-year-old St Ergnat’s, Moneyglass, player produced a superb performance in the TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Final replay against Fermanagh on Saturday, August 13, as the Saffrons collected the West County Hotel Cup at Armagh’s Athletic Grounds. […]


Moneyglass search for a new manager


MONEYGLASS begin the search for a new senior ladies football manager after Odhran McNeilly’s decision to step down. The Tír na nÓg clubman brings to an end a two-year stint that saw him steer Moneyglass to the Antrim Intermediate and Senior titles. After a quarter-final win over Armagh Harps, Moneyglass were knocked out of Ulster […]