Canavan and Tally among guests for St Louis talk night

By Michael McMullan LEADING GAA personalities will be in Ballymena later this month as St Louis Grammar school host ‘A Night with St. Louis’, a chat night featuring guests from across the GAA world. The event will be compered by former Dunloy and Antrim goalkeeper Shane Elliott, himself a past pupil of the school and a […]

Antrim take winning start to Waterford

By Michael McMullan GETTING used to the intensity and pace of top-level camogie has been key in Antrim’s learning curve. That’s the take from Lucia McNaughton ahead of Saturday’s final All-Ireland Senior Championship group game against Waterford (4.30pm SETU Arena). The Saffrons have already qualified from the group regardless of this weekend’s result and they […]

Crunch clash for Antrim camogs

THE Antrim camogs face a must-win clash in their final group stage game in Division 1B against Wexford this Sunday. The table couldn’t be more delicately poised as the winners of the game will progress to a league final showdown against Waterford, who won all five of their matches. The Saffrons fell to their first […]

Ulster derby win sees Antrim get off to strong start

BY KIERAN LYNCH ANTRIM’S camogs got their new league campaign off to a flying start on Saturday, as they overcame Ulster rivals Down in a rampant 5-14 to 0-14 win. Even more remarkable than the 15-point margin of victory was the fact that Antrim were trailing by one at half-time. Manager Elaine Dowds described the […]

Loughgiel claim Ulster Camogie crown

Loughgiel 2-13 Sleacht Néill 1-11 LOUGHGIEL claimed their first Ulster title since 2015 with a five-point victory over familiar foes Sleacht Néill in the tenth successive provincial final between the sides. Two goals from Caitrin Dobbin and Roisin McCormack put the Loughgiel ladies six-points ahead inside the opening twenty minutes. But Sleacht Néill battled back […]

A tenth meeting of Ulster’s top dogs

By Michael McMullan THE more things change, the more they stay the same. Eight years may have passed, but it’s still Sleacht Néill and Loughgiel at loggerheads to become champions of Ulster. Saturday’s clash in Newry will be the tenth meeting of the clubs with the Antrim champions searching for a first title since 2015 […]

McNaughton explains Antrim’s competitive approach

ANTRIM camogs can make it three wins from three this weekend when they play Galway in the Division Two quarter-final of the National League. For Saffron camogie star Lucia McNaughton, the game is a chance to progress and that is welcome, but she can see the bigger picture of being allowed to be out and […]