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Féile na nGael 2017

15 Jun 2017

best of luck to the three Antrim Camogie teams travelling to Féile tomorrow . Here's hoping that the girls from Ballycastle, Dunloy and Portglenone have a wonderful weekend along with the mentors and parents who travel with them . Ádh mór oraibhse! ...

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Congratulations to Cushendall and Senior Antrim camóg Orlagh O'Hara who won the Senior Ulster Ladies GAA Poc  Fada event yesterday ...

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Congratulations to Orlagh Convery who represented Antrim in the John West All Ireland Feile Skills Competition at Abbottstown on Saturday 10th June.  Orlagh continued the fine form she has shown through the South West and All County finals to finish an incredible 5th overall.  The Geraldines player was the highest ranked of all the Ulster camogie representatives.  This is a fantas...

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As Antrim begin Intermediate championship with a great home win over Tipperary, the player of the week chosen by manager Aidan McKeown is Ballycastle's Niamh Donnelly who has been  in great form recently for the county operating in the half backs .Well done Niamh! ...

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 2017 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland  Intermediate Camogie Championship -Round 1 Antrim 5-12 Tipperary 1-12 from Tír na nÓg , R...

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Tomorrow  Orlagh Convery  represents both Geraldines and Antrim in the All Ireland Feile skills competition! This is even more rema...

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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Ulster Senior Camogie Final 2017 from Swatragh -Derry 1-13 Antrim 0-09 Antrim will look back on this game with regret as they really looked a better side than Derry, but...

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This very well supported and organised tournament took place at the adjoining St.Pauls/Rossa pitches in Belfast and with 15 teams in attendance including Letterkenny Gaels, four games were carried on simultaneously throughout most of the day with an impressively high standard of camogie.Portglenone won the Jim Nelson shield by beating Lámh Dhearg in the final, Gortnamóna beat Ahoghill ...

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St Clare Cup final Cross and Passion Ballycastle 3-6 St Louis Ballymena 2-4 Often it is easier to find your way somewhere if you have travelled the route before. That thought struck a chord in Loughgiel yesterday as Cross and Passion Ballycastle took their fourth successive St Clare Cup title against a St Louis team that just couldn’t catch them to win their first. ...

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