Cushendall all but home in league race

By Michael McMullan CUSHENDALL have almost certainly edged out Loughgiel to land the Antrim Senior Hurling League title over the weekend. Brian Delargy’s side were 2-23 to 3-14 winners over St John’s in Corrigan Park at the weekend to give them a boost heading into the championship. Despite missing Neil McManus, the ‘Dall came through a […]

Another award for McCormick

LOUGHGIEL and Antrim star Róisín McCormick has been named on the Electric Ireland Camogie Third Level Rising Stars Team of the Year for a second successive season. McCormick was the TU Dublin hero with her last gasp winner in the 2023 final and has been selected once again. 2024 Electric Ireland Camogie Third Level Rising […]

WATCH: 2023 Camogie Player of the Year – Emma McFadden

Loughgiel’s Emma McFadden was named Camogie Player of the Year at Friday night’s Gaelic Life Ulster Club All-Star Awards in association with McKeever Sports. Choosen from our 15 All-Star camogs for her dependable and classy performace throughout Loughgiel’s Ulster run in 2023, Alan Rodgers caught up with Emma just after she collected her award. You […]


Ulster Camogie is coming down with exceptionally talented players, so it’s no easy ask to find and anoint a Camogie Player of the Year award in association with Ulster Camogie. This time last year it was Loughgiel Shamrocks sensation Róisín McCormick who was named as the winner, and she was a fitting recipient after a […]

“I enjoyed the challenge of marking Adrian Mullen”

Name: Paul Boyle. Age: 23. Advertisement Teams played for: Loughgiel Shamrocks, Antrim and Ulster University. Who are your main rivals? Club probably Dunloy and county probably Dublin. Which opposition ground do you like playing on and why? I enjoy playing in Dunloy, I can’t explain why I just really like the pitch. Which opposition ground […]

Paul Boyle: “Gerard Walsh is Steve Prefontaine reincarnated”

WE put our Q&A to .Antrim and Loughgiel’s Paul Boyle… Name: Paul Boyle. Age: 23. Teams played for: Advertisement Loughgiel Shamrocks, Antrim and Ulster University. Earliest GAA memory? Probably playing matches in the back garden with my sisters and my Ma standing in nets pulling off double saves. Which team-mate has been the most inspirational […]

Nominees: Camogie Manager of the Year

Below are the nominees for the 2023 Camogie Manager of the Year. Find out more about this year’s shortlisted nominees below. Benny Dillon – Loughgiel Loughgiel maintained their place at the top of the tree for the second year running and manager for both of their Ulster Senior Championship winning campaigns was Benny Dillon. For […]

McCormick eager to get back to Croke Park

By Niall Gartland LOUGHGIEL star Roisin McCormick is cautiously optimistic that they can go one better than last year after the disappointment of falling just short on the big day in Croke Park. The Shamrocks played their part in a stirring contest against Sarsfields in last year’s All-Ireland final, losing out by 2-14 to 1-14. […]

Una McNaughton delighted to play her part as Loughgiel retain Ulster crown

By Niall Gartland IN normal circumstances Loughgiel vice-captain Una McNaughton would’ve sat out last weekend’s Ulster Senior Championship triumph against Liatroim The vastly experienced Loughgiel camog tore her ACL at the start of September but decided against the usual course of surgery and corresponding lengthy lay-off, for now at least. It was a bold enough […]