Joe McDonagh Cup round one: Meath v Antrim (Pairc Tailteann, Navan, 3pm today) ANTRIM hurlers may be regarded as traditionally superior to Meath but recent results - and Saffrons joint-manager Dominic McKinley - argue otherwise.
GAA president John Horan heads north tomorrow to officially open Portglenone’s new £1million sports facilities, marking a huge milestone in the history of both Roger Casement’s GAC and Geraldine’s camogie club.
MEATH hurling boss Nick Fitzgerald hopes the recruitment of Kilkenny greats Michael Kavanagh and Martin Comerford will help nurture a winning mentality among the Royals as they open their Joe McDonagh Cup account against Antrim in Navan tomorrow afternoon.
Danske Bank Irish News Cup final: Wednesday 12pm in Galbally: St Joseph’s, Donaghmore v St Ciaran’s, Ballygawley Two teams with a phenomenal goal-scoring record through the Danske Bank Irish News Cup competition will contest the final today in Galbally.
ANTRIM hurler Neil McManus has acknowledged that suffering relegation has been a bitter pill to swallow - but firmly believes the performances in Division 1B were hugely encouraging ahead of their Joe McDonagh Cup campaign.