DESPITE the gut-wrenching experience of relegation, Antrim’s joint hurling manager Dominic ‘Woody’ McKinley believes it’s the most committed group of players he’s worked with during his several stints in the job.
Allianz National League Division 1B relegation play-off: Antrim 0-17 Laois 1-16: YESTERDAY’S relegation showdown will be remembered for two things: the horrendous chill that gripped Dunloy and the 17 wides that undoubtedly cost Antrim their place in Division 1B next season.
Allianz Hurling League: Division 2 final: Sunday (1pm): Kingspan Breffni Park: Down v Mayo DOWN and the Division 2B final have been on a two-year cycle recently and the Ardsmen will be hoping that it’s third time lucky against Mayo in Kingspan Breffni tomorrow afternoon.
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Club Championship final Slaugthneil’s Eilís Ní Chaiside believes her team is very composed as they face into their second successive All-Ireland final challenge with Galway side Sarsfields in Croke Park this Sunday.
Littlewoods Ireland National League Division 1 semi-finals Kilkenny 2-10 Galway 1-9 Cork 2-17 Limerick 2013 KILKENNY stayed on target for a third successive Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 title and fourth in five seasons after beating Galway by 2-10 to 1-9 in Banagher.
A WELL-KNOWN Donegal GAA figure and vastly experienced second level teacher has hit out at the “burn out” among players, citing the demands of some development squads across the country as a contributing factor.
ANTRIM joint-manager Neal Peden hailed the influence of man-of-the-match Eoghan Campbell after his side recorded a fully-deserved three-point win over Offaly at St Brendan’s Park yesterday, with the Cushendall player pulling the strings in his role as sweeper throughout the tie.