Fairytale ending for Brídíní Óga

By Shaun Casey TO win an All-Ireland you need a certain amount of luck, and in most cases, you have to make your own. “When things are going your way, they’re going your way,” said Rodney Kerr, who guided his Brídíní Óga side to a first ever All-Ireland title last Saturday. In the difficult conditions that […]

Glenravel side hoping to seize opportunity

By Kieran Lynch BRÍDÍNÍ Óga, Glenravel are hoping to claim a first-ever All-Ireland title, when they travel to Kinnegad to take on Wicklow side Knockananna. The Antrim champions knocked down An Riocht and Granemore to win Ulster, before they squeezed past Limerick’s Adare in a nail-biting semi-final. Now, with the decider just days away, wing […]

This weekend’s club fixtures at a glance

IT is a busy weekend for Ulster clubs on the All-Ireland scene with three Ulster champions in football action against Galway opposition in the All-Ireland series Brídíní Óga of Antrim will fly the flag for Ulster camogie in the All-Ireland Junior A final. Loughgiel minor hurlers aim to retain their title in the final of […]

Short turnaround no problem for Brídíní Óga camogs

By Shaun Casey EIGHT days after claiming the club’s first ever Ulster Championship title, Brídíní Óga are back in action and hoping to extend their phenomenal journey. The Glenravel girls will travel to Edenderry this weekend to take on Limerick’s Adare in the All-Ireland semi-final. It’s a quick turnaround, but the Antrim champions aren’t complaining […]

Brídíní Óga bidding for first Ulster title

By Niall Gartland BRÍDÍNÍ Óga lost the Ulster Junior Championship final back in 2017 to Cavan side Crosserlough, and five years later, they have the chance to make amends when they face Granemore this weekend. The circumstances are slightly different this time around – in a good way. They didn’t actually win anything in Antrim […]

Brídíní Óga knock on another door after Saffron success

By Michael McMullan AFTER years of near misses, Brídíní Óga emerged from the Antrim Intermediate Championship and step into the Ulster scene against Down’s An Riocht this weekend. With 13 players from their football winning squad on board, the Glenravel side made it a double with victory over Portglenone and captain Kirsty Laverty puts their success […]