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Saturday, 27 February 2021


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Antrim Hurling Captain Karl McKeegan receives the Christy Ring Cup in Croke Park Congratulations to our Senior Hurlers who defeated Carlow in Croke Park in the Christy Ring Cup Final.

Best of luck to the team in the Ulster Hurling final against New York in Boston in October.

Who was Christy Ring?
The trophy Antrim won was named in honour of one of the greatest hurlers ever who played in the red and white colours of the rebel county, Cork.

Well done also to our Minor and U21 hurlers who won their respective Ulster titles. The Minors defeated Derry in the final while the U21s just got the better of old rivals, Down.

Minor footballers do county proud!
Despite losing to Donegal in the Ulster Final in Croke Park, and to Leinster champions, Meath in the All-Ireland quarterfinal, Antrim played some great football and did their county proud.

The Antrim Minor Football Panel 2006 who reached the All-Ireland Quarter Final

Congratulations to the U14 hurlers who won Division 2 of the presitgious Tony Forrestal Tournament in Waterford, defeating Westmeath by 2-9 to 2-3 in the Final.