THE Hurler of the Year will be announced on the night of the Gaelic Life All-Stars on March 10 at the Hillgrove Hotel. One of the most prestigious awards at our annual ceremony, last year’s winner was Brendan Rogers of Sleacht Néill, a hugely talented player for both club and county who excelled in the Emmet’s […]
SUNDAY is Dunloy’s fifth attempt to get their hands on the Tommy Moore Cup and be crowned Kings of club hurling. Michael McMullan looks back at their previous attempts…. 1995 Dunloy 0-9 Birr 0-9 ON a day when a gale force wind blew the advertising hoardings around Croke Park, Dunloy left the title behind in […]
SUNDAY, January 22 is D-Day for the Dunloy hurlers. An All-Ireland final match up against Kilkenny giants Ballyhale Shamrocks in Croke Park awaits the Antrim men. It is the stuff of dreams for all hurlers to play in an All-Ireland Club final but something that only a very small number will ever get to experience. […]
INCLUDING a draw with Birr on the club’s first ever visit to Croke Park in 1995, Dunloy will contest their sixth All-Ireland final in the New Year. Now the undisputed top dogs in Antrim, they shook free from the clutches of Sleacht Néill and the penance of Keelan Molloy’s wonder goal sent the Antrim champions […]
By Michael McMullan DUNLOY must begin the preparations for their defence of the Volunteer Cup after two of their key players have transferred to New York for the summer. Keelan Molloy and Seaan Elliott were key players in Darren Gleeson’s Joe McDonagh Cup winning season with Antrim. The duo have made the transfer to the […]
Dunloy’s round-robin mistakes helped them on their journey.