Cushendall hoping to find feet at right time

By Michael McMullan CUSHENDALL’S focus is simple ahead of their Antrim semi-final clash with Ballycastle insists former Antrim star Neil McManus. It’s knock-out hurling and time to put in the best performance possible as the race for title number 15 takes another step on Saturday (Loughgiel, 2.30pm). McManus, who called time on a stellar county […]

O’Kane hails squad as Dunloy bandwagon rolls on

Chrissy McMahon’s late goal sealed victory and a fourth title in succession, repeating the record of O’Kane’s team in 2003 when his late point clinched their four-in-a-row. It’s the 16th time the Volunteer Cup made its way back to Dunloy with their new team beginning to come of age. “You can’t experience a battle until […]

Ruairi Ogs face tough championship group

By Niall Gartland CUSHENDALL always fancy themselves as one of the contenders for the Antrim Senior Championship, but they can’t afford to get ahead of themselves as their group is full of pitfalls. Their campaign gets underway against up and coming Belfast side Naomh Éanna this weekend before tough looking clashes against St John’s and […]

Nerves are necessary for Loughgiel before Antrim Final

In this weeks Gaelic Life, Loughgiel manager, John Campbell tells Ronan Scott that nerves are necessary ahead of Sunday’s county final  clash with Cushendall. Emotions will be running high and expectation at fever pitch with the Loughgiel minors taking on Dunloy in the underage decider with preceding the senior decider. Speaking ahead of the game […]