EAMONN Gillan saw how much winning Antrim meant to the Cushendall players a fortnight ago and the Ruairi Og manager admits he is concerned that complacency may have crept into the dressingroom since that memorable day in Ballycastle.
ANTRIM have sounded out Anthony Daly and Anthony Cunningham about the possibility of taking over the county hurlers next season – while there is also strong support for a locally sourced management team.
KEVIN Ryan was interviewed for the vacant Antrim senior hurling managerial post last night as he is keen to make a dramatic return to the job he left three years ago – but doubts remain in the county over re-appointing the Waterford native.
BALLYCRAN toppled the reigning champions in Sunday’s provincial semi-final but you don’t get a trophy for that and skipper Michael Hughes says the Ards outfit will keep their heads down over the next fortnight in preparation for the Ulster final against Cushendall.
In attendance at the Seoladh na Gaeilge launch #GAAGaeilge are, Uachtarán Cumann Lúthchleas Gael John Horan and Liam Rushe of Dublin, with, from left, Ruairí Ó hAiniféin of Lios Póil, Caragh Ní Chorcoráin of Na Fianna, Jack Ó Cinnéide, Senan Ryan and Tiernan O'Brien of Clontarf, Riona Ni Chorcoráin of Na Fianna and Iarla Ó hAinifein of Lios Póilat at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile
Ballyboden St Enda's landed their seventh Dublin Senior Hurling Championship title yesterday, coming from behind at the interval to outscore Kilmacud Crokes in the second half of this replayed final at Parnell Park yesterday.