By Michael McMullan LÁMH Dhearg captain Terry McCrudden admits that while their form is inconsistent the goal is the same as every year – getting their hands back on the McNamee Cup. McCrudden, who played in their 2017 final win over St John’s, feels their “tough” group that included Portglenone, Naomh Éanna and Ahoghill has […]
By Kieran Lynch PORTGLENONE may ultimately not need to win against local rivals Ahoghill to secure their passageway into the next round, but it certainly gives them their best chance of progression. However, don’t say that to manager John McKeever who only had one thing on his mind regarding Saturday evening’s derby clash – victory. […]
An ACL injury put an end to Ryan Murray’s season, but the Antrim sharpshooter says he’ll do everything in his power to make it back in 2024, Niall Gartland reports… IT’S no exaggeration to say that 2023 has turned out to be a bit of a write off for experienced Antrim forward Ryan Murray. He […]
TRIBUTES have been paid to former Antrim footballer Frankie Wilson, who has passed away at the age of 52 following a long battle with illness. Wilson accomplished an incredible amount in his life – from playing with Antrim in the nineties and early 2000s, and managing a range of soccer teams down the years. A […]
Antrim and Lamh Dhearg’s Conor Murray has the craic.
Antrim and Lamh Dhearg midfielder Marc Jordan answers the famous questions.
Michael Herron says Lamh Dhearg can recover from their hectic run of games.
News and analysis ahead of this weekend’s two senior Championship semi-finals.
Joe Brolly praises Dublin’s talent, via route that includes the Lamh Dhearg club house and a fixed tombola.
Lamh Dhearg’s Kevin Herron used the Performa system to win championships with St Mary’s Mageean cup schools hurling team, and Lamh Dhearg