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St Mary's Rasharkin is currently seeking a manager for their Junior Camogie team who are currently playing All-County Antrim Division 3 and Junior Championship. The panel is made up of 23 girls (exclusive of 6 eligible u16 players) who are willing and want to get started with immediate effect. Please get in touch with Amy McMullan at 07783822009 should you or someone you know be...

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Senior Camogie Challenge game -From Dunsilly GAA centre of Excellence Antrim 1-11 Down 1-11 This pre-season warm up game was played over three twenty minute sessions a...

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There are still a few places left on the upcoming Level 1 Coach education course - see details below. With funding from Ulster the cost is just £20 (normally £70!). Attendance on the Level 1 will ensure eligibility to apply for the National Level 2 course being run in November/December this year. Antrim level 1 is on the following Tuesdays at St Patrick's...

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from Séamas McAleenan Ulster Schools’ Camogie All-stars Nine players from the Antrim minor team that swept the boards with three titles in 2016 have been included in the Ulster Schools’ Camogie All-star team announced yesterday by Honorary President Sr Máiréad Fearan. Included in those nine are Cliodhna and Áine Donnelly from Cross a...

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Aidan McKeown was ratified as County Senior manager at Convention on 27th November. We thank Aidan for his commitment, passion and enthusiasm for Antrim County Seniors. Senior training will start on Thursday 4th January 2017 - time and venue to be confirmed. In preparation prior to the start of training, Aidan will be contacting each club secretary over the next few days to req...

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   See gallery for photos by Sean Paul McKillop      Individual Player Awards – presented by Mairead Magill Most Promising Player – Amy Boyle – Loughgiel Shamrocks Antrim and Ulster Young Player of the Year – Cliodhna Donnelly - Ballycastle McQuillans Antrim and Ulster Senior Player of the Year – Racquel McCarry Antrim Club Person of...

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2016 has been a good year for Antrim camogie, a fact recognised at the NWP Ulster Camogie Awards’ Dinner on Saturday in Kelly’s Inn Garvaghey. Antrim won back the Ulster Senior title after four seasons of Derry dominance with a narrow 3-7 to 2-9 win over Derry in Ballybofey, a late goal from Racquel McCarry sealing a victory which was all the more remarkable since all bu...

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Ulster Club Junior Camogie final 2016 from Eglish ,Co.Tyrone Tullysaran ,Armagh  1-08 St.Johns, Antrim  0-08 Like last year's corresponding fixture in which L...

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Brídíní Óga Glenravel 10-16 Kilclief Beann Dearg Down -0-1 In the opening three minutes of this NWP Bridie McMenamin Shield final in Eglish, it looked as if first time Antrim Junior champions Brídíní Óga Glenravel would get a tough enough challenge. Although Kirsten Edgar had burst through for an early Brídíní Óga point, Down ...

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Ulster Junior Camogie Semi- Final from Black Hill Diamonds GAC Castleblaney St.Johns 2-19  Castleblaney 3-07 This was an exciting semi -final by any standards...

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