“I’d admired Noel Sands. He was a winner. He was a grumpy wee boll**ks on the field and his name would always come up in the Antrim changing room before we played Down. He was a player we respected an awful lot because we knew he could hurt us.” – Terence McNaughton
JANE Adams was the last player from Ulster to collect a full camogie All-star in 2008, her performances as captain and top-scorer in Rossa’s ground-breaking run to a first All-Ireland club title for Ulster.
WITH experience of refereeing in both ladies and men's inter-county football, Maggie Farrelly is among the most versatile sports match officials in the county, but her sporting talents are even broader than patrolling the big ball game.