Antrim ladies looking forward to historic final appearanceAntrim ladies are through to their first-ever league final and manager Dominic Kelly says the Saffrons can't wait.
Gall's trio quit SaffronsAntrim's preparations for the Ulster SFC have been thrown into disarray after their St Gall's contingent quit the panel.
Clubs to share in concert cash bonanzaGAA clubs are to share in a €500,000 windfall from the eight concerts scheduled for Croke Park this year.
Duffy: Sky deal for "members outside Ireland"Director General Páraic Duffy says the GAA's Sky TV deal is for Irish people abroad first and foremost.
Ulster freeze ticket prices for fifth year in a rowUlster GAA have announced that ticket prices for the 2014 Ulster GAA Championships have been frozen for the fifth year in a row.
Antrim Hurling Golf ClassicAntrim's Senior Hurling Team, in conjunction with The Bridge Bar (Dunloy) and Galgorm Castle Golf Club are proud to announce the inaugural Antrim Senior/U-21 Hurlers Golf Classic.
Twitter round-up: Great to be back in Blue!Yesterday's Allianz FL semi-final double bill at Croke Park generated plenty of discussion on Twitter, here's what was said ...
Hurling becoming elitist - AllenJohn Allen says hurling is becoming elitist and that the game's structures are stacked in favour of the stronger counties.
If the hurling All Stars were picked now...With the hurling leagues down to the last four, we pick the players who have caught our eye so far this year.
"There are guys mentally and physically not up to playing county football"Antrim manager Liam Bradley is going to swing the axe ahead of the Saffrons' championship opener.
Black card sees 10 per cent increase in scoresThe Central Competitions Control Committee has released statistics following the conclusion of the regular rounds of the 2014 Allianz Football Leagues.
NWP Recycling Ulster Camogie leagues to get underwayThe 2014 NWP Recycling Ulster League's will throw in over the next couple of weeks with many of Ulster's best club sides determined to get their season off to a strong start.
Rossa GAC Charity cycleOn Sunday May 4th members and friends of O'Donovan Rossa GAC in Belfast will embark on the long journey by bike from the GAA HQ in Antrim Casement Park to the Croke Park in Dublin.
Casement Park funding boostThe decision by the Northern Ireland Executive to award over £100m for the construction and regeneration of three sports stadia in Belfast has been cleared by the European Commission.
Unionist wants GAA jerseys banned from universitiesTUV leader Jim Allister says students wearing GAA jerseys to university are "creating a substantial chill factor".
Leinster SHC spreads its wingsHistory will be made later this month when two Leinster SHC games will be played outside the province for the first time.
FL4: Banner on the risePodge Collins came off the bench to score two points as Clare secured promotion to Division 3 with a four-point victory over Antrim at Creggan.
FL4: Banner finally make the ascentClare will join neighbours Tipperary in Division 3 of the Allianz Football League next year after a nail-biting victory over Antrim this afternoon.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThere was much at stake around the country today as the last round of the national football league took place.
An Riocht Football Tournament inviteAn Riocht (Down) have announced details of their Gaelic Football Tournaments for 2014
Charity Match - Down v Antrim 1990s teamsSunday past, 30th March 2014, St Patrick's GAC Portaferry hosted a Charity day for the Charity - Friends of the Cancer Centre.
Team news: Antrim side to face ClareLiam Bradley has made five changes from the Antrim side that defeated London.
Agreement reached in Casement legal disputeA legal dispute which threatened the future of the £76m redevelopment of Casement Park has been resolved and work is expected to begin on the project later this month.
O'Neill 'shocked' by aggressive line of RTE questioningGAA President Liam O'Neill was 'shocked' by the grilling he, and Director General Paraic Duffy, received at the hands of RTE in a series of interviews related to the Sky TV deal yesterday.
Video: Antrim clubs box cleverSee a fun preview of 'Fight night - Battle of the Clubs' between Tir na nOg Randalstown and Roger Casements Portglenone from the All Saints boxing gym in Ballymena.
FL top scorers: Sweeney opens up a gapTipperary's Conor Sweeney has surged 12-points clear of his nearest rival in the Allianz football league scoring charts.
HL top scorers: Horgan holds top spot… for nowPat Horgan remains as the top scoring player in this year's Allianz HL but Seamus Callanan is hot on his heels.
HS hurling team of the weekThere was plenty at stake in this weekend's Allianz hurling leagues, we pick the players who impressed us most.
FL4: Saffrons come good in second halfAntrim picked up their second win of the Allianz NFL with a 3-15 to 1-10 victory over London at Creggan yesterday afternoon.
1B Relegation play-off: Antrim turn tablesAntrim bounced back from a heavy defeat to Offaly last weekend to defeat the Faithful County by 1-18 to 1-14 to preserve their 1B status.
FL4 round-up: Tipp secure promotionTipperary have been promoted to Division Three following a brilliant 5-16 to 0-16 victory over Leitrim in Carrick-on-Shannon.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerWelcome to what was another busy afternoon of GAA action as the Allianz NFL reached the penultimate stages, while the quarterfinals of the hurling league also took place.
Football rankings: how does your county rate?With two rounds to go in the Allianz football leagues, we run the rule over the state of play in gaelic football. Who's been the movers and shakers since our last rankings back in December?
Hurling rankings: how does your county rate?Since our last hurling rankings on the eve of last year's All-Ireland final, Clare have jumped to the top of the pile. But how have the rest been faring?
Ulster U21 FC: Orchard edge past 14-man SaffronsArmagh defeated 14-man Antrim by 0-13 to 0-10 in tonight's Ulster U21 FC quarter-final replay at chilly Pairc Esler.

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