Ulster U20 Championship Down v Antrim Pairc Esler, Saturday 5pm AHEAD of their Ulster U20 Championship opener against Down on Saturday, Saffrons boss Hugh McGettigan has called into question the placement of the competition in the GAA calendar.
Teams Down: M Reid; C Flanagan, B McArdle, A Doherty; D O’Hagan, N McParland, C Mooney; P Turley, N Donnelly; K McKernan, C Maginn, S Millar; D O’Hare, C Harrison, R Johnston Antrim: C Kerr; P Healy, P Gallagher, N Delargy; K O Boyle, R Johnston, J Laverty; P McAleer, N McKeever; M Sweeney, C Murray, R McCann; R Murray, M Fitzpatrick, P McBride Man of the moment Connaire Harrison (Down) THE Glasdrumman forward went at defenders like a warrior from Braveheart last summer and got his just rewards.
European Wallball Number One Conor McElduff has stormed back for his leg injury in style with a string of success which he hopes to cap this weekend with victory in the prestigious Mount Talbot men's open tournament and make May a month to remember.
Leinster head coach Leo Cullen knows that his team will have to be at the top of their game again if they are to deny Scarlets in today's Guinness PRO14 final battle and complete an unprecedented PRO14 and Champions Cup double.
Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final: Derry v Donegal (tomorrow, 4pm, Celtic Park) THE decade since Derry’s last Championship win over Donegal has seen some serious fluctuations in form for these north-west rivals.