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Ulster U20: Down v Antrim

Sean O'Neill
Ulster U20 Championship Down v Antrim Pairc Esler, Saturday 5pm AHEAD of their Ulster U20 Championship opener against Down on Saturday, Saffrons boss Hugh McGettigan has called into question the placement of the competition in the GAA calendar.

Team talk and tactical take. How Down and Antrim will line out in Ulster Championship clash

Andy Watters
Teams Down: M Reid; C Flanagan, B McArdle, A Doherty; D O’Hagan, N McParland, C Mooney; P Turley, N Donnelly; K McKernan, C Maginn, S Millar; D O’Hare, C Harrison, R Johnston Antrim: C Kerr; P Healy, P Gallagher, N Delargy; K O Boyle, R Johnston, J Laverty; P McAleer, N McKeever; M Sweeney, C Murray, R McCann; R Murray, M Fitzpatrick, P McBride Man of the moment Connaire Harrison (Down) THE Glasdrumman forward went at defenders like a warrior from Braveheart last summer and got his just rewards.

Down lacking in consistency believes Murtagh

Cahair O'Kane
THE Champions League final is one thing, but another portion of the Down support that will be marked absent from Newry tonight will be accounted for by a big Burren-Newry wedding.

Down and Antrim clash in Ulster Championship quarter-final

Andy Watters
Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final: Down v Antrim (today, Pairc Esler, 7pm) By Andy Watters INSTEAD of being the first part of a cross-continental double-header, Down versus Antrim has been matched up against Liverpool versus Real Madrid in the Champions League final and the attendance at Pairc Esler will suffer accordingly.


By Padraig Kelly
Matchbox Football Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final Down v Antrim (tonight, Pairc Esler, 7pm) DOWN have handed a Championship debut to Castlewellan defender Colm Flanagan but Kilcoo’s Darragh O’Hanlon misses out with a back injury.

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