Topic: Cushendall

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  1. Cushendall defender Martin Burke not derailed by injury woes

    in Hurling and camogie

    • Martin Burke
    • hurling
    • All-Ireland club semi-final
  2. Eamonn Gillan has timed his run well with Cushendall hurlers

    in Sport

    • Eamonn Gillan
    • Loughgiel Shmrocks
    • All-Ireland semi-final
    • hurling
  3. Horrific hand injury hasn't stopped Cushendall's Alex Delargy

    in Sport

    • Alex Delargy
    • finger injury
    • All-Ireland semi-final
    • hurling
  4. Christy McNaughton glad to be back behind Ruairi Og wheel

    in Sport

    • Christy McNaughton
    • Terence McNaughton
    • Arron Graffin
    • hurling
    • Ruairi Og Cushendall
  5. Belfast hurlers must plan long-term says St Gall's skipper Joe McDaniel

    in Hurling and camogie

    • St Gall's
    • Antrim GAA
    • Antrim SHC
    • St Paul's
    • Joe McDaniel
  6. Co Antrim-based Total Perfection drives home with seven awards at global car show

    in Business

    • Total Perfection
    • awards
    • Mark Smiley
    • Concours d?elegance
  7. Derry to appoint Laois native John McEvoy as senior hurling boss

    in Hurling and camogie

    • Derry GAA
    • Antrim GAA
    • Dublin GAA
    • Laois GAA
    • John McEvoy
    • Delargy
    • McGuirk
    • McGurk
    • Kenny Archer
  8. Arron Graffin on dislocating his knee in horror Cushendall hurling injury

    in Hurling and camogie

    • GAA
    • Arron Graffin
    • knee
    • Andy Bell
    • francis quinn
  9. Graffin and Carson may be available for Cushendall's All-Ireland bid

    in Hurling and camogie

    • GAA
    • Arron Graffin
    • Conor Carson
    • St Thomas'
    • All-Ireland Club SHC
  10. Cushendall's Martin Burke on playing with a broken bone in his neck

    in Hurling and camogie

    • GAA
    • Martin Burke
    • broken neck
    • Ballycran
    • Ulster Club SHC
  11. Cushendall victory comes at the cost of Arron Graffin injury

    in GAA Football

    • Ruairi Ógs
    • hurling
    • Arron Graffin