PJ O'Mullan enjoyed his first competitive win as Antrim senior hurling manager in today's Walsh Cup encounter against UCD.
Having already lost to Laois and Dublin, it was a case of third time lucky for O'Mullan who watched his side run out 1-20 to 1-12 winners at The Dub.
The Saffrons turned around for the second-half with a 0-9 to 0-6 advantage and Ciaran Clarke applied the gloss to their victory with a 67th minute goal.
Antrim - C O'Connell; O McFadden, N McAuley, C McKinley; S McCrory, Ciaran Johnston, B McFall; K McKernan (0-3, 1sl), J Black; N McKenna, M Bradley (0-2), L Watson (0-9, 6f); Conor Johnston, E McCloskey (0-3), C Clarke (1-2). Subs: D Nugent for N McKenna, C Brogan for L Watson, D Hamill (0-1) for Conor Johnston, S McGrath for K McKernan.
UCD - D Holohan; E Conroy, S Murphy, J Madden; S Moran, C O'Shea, C Prendergast; C O'Callaghan, J Mullaney; H Lawlor, C Cronin; J Maher (0-3); O O'Rorke (1-5, 1-4f, 0-1'65), J O'Connor (0-2), R King (0-2). Subs: J Malone for J Mullaney, C McGabhann for H Lawlor, C Devitt for C O'Shea, T Phelan for J O'Connor, P Guinan for S Moran.
Referee - K Brady.