A new challenger awaits the Saffrons in league showdown

National Football League Division Four final Antrim v Leitrim Sunday, Parnell Park, 2pm By Michael McMullan Advertisement ALL-IRELAND junior champions Antrim go in search of more silverware this weekend with a fresh face in the opposition corner after Leitrim saw off the Saffrons’ Ulster rivals Fermanagh to book a spot in Sunday’s league decider. In […]

Ulster players among Player of the Year nominees

FOUR Ulster players are among those lusted 2022 TG4 Players’ Player of the year awards in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior grades. The winners will be revealed at the 2022 TG4 All Star awards banquet, in association with Lidl, at The Bonnington Dublin Hotel on Saturday, November 19. TG4 All-Ireland Senior champions Meath are represented on […]

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. […]

Antrim finish off the job in style

TG4 All-Ireland Junior final replay Antrim 3-15 Fermanagh 0-11 By David Mohan ANTRIM ended a 10-year wait for the TG4 All-Ireland Junior title as they powered to victory over Fermanagh replay at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh. Advertisement Two weeks after the draw in Croke Park when the Saffrons were extremely wasteful, this time they […]

Ulster is booming insists Antrim skipper Cathy Carey

By Daragh Small ANTRIM captain Cathy Carey believes Ladies football is booming in Ulster, with counties like provincial Senior champions Armagh providing the blueprint. Antrim recently advanced to the TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship semi-finals and found out last Sunday that they will face Carlow in the final four on Sunday, July 10. It will be […]

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 […]