THE dates and times have been set for the upcoming hurling and football club championship finals, which sees the Ulster and Antrim champions St Enda’s, Glengormley in action at Croke Park, writes Liam Hogan.
Kehoe Cup final: Antrim v Westmeath (tomorrow, Abbotstown, 2pm) ANTRIM left Abbotstown last Sunday with the wind in their sails after a 10-point win over Kildare that included an encouraging mix of dominance, skill and fighting spirit.
Kehoe Cup semi-final: Antrim Kildare From Andy Watters at the National Sports Centre, Dublin A JAMES McNaughton hat-trick saw Antrim come through a competitive early season test in Abbotstown yesterday to book their place in next weekend’s Kehoe Cup final against Westmeath in Mullingar.
Senior Medallion Shield final: Saturday 2pm in Páirc Chormaic in Eglish: Sacred Heart, Newry v St Patrick’s Academy, Dungannon WHEN these two schools met in the group stages of the Senior Medallion Shield, St Patrick’s Academy beat Sacred Heart, Newry by 3-8 to 1-12 after an exciting hour’s camogie that would decide the top two positions in Section A.
Kehoe Cup semi-final: Antrim v Kildare (tomorrow, Abbotstown, 2pm) A PLACE in the Kehoe Cup final and another competitive game to bridge the gap until the clash with Kerry in their National Hurling League opener on January 27 is the prize for Antrim at Abbotstown in Dublin tomorrow.
Q UEEN’S GAA have honoured their 2018-19 Danske Bank Future Stars, the 15 players to come through a series of trials in December organised by the Ulster Schools’ Council for students in their final year of GSCE studies.
GAA Sidelines TODAY O’Byrne Cup Carlow v Offaly (Netwatch Cullen Park, 2pm) WITH a play-off spot beyond them, Carlow will be hoping to grab a morale-boosting win to carry into their Division Three opener with Sligo.