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Monday 27 March 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Saffron

Last year
# Saffron
Antrim looking to 2023 already after ending 10-year wait for All-Ireland junior title
‘Division Four will be our target now. Trials start in November and that’s it.’
All time
# League Sunday
Cusack's Antrim hurling verdict: 'Delighted to see it - but I still think they are going to struggle'
The RTÉ pundit took a look at how last year’s Joe McDonagh Cup winners fared against Clare.
# done and dusted
Antrim pull the plug on all club fixtures for 2020 after yesterday's GAA announcement
‘We will not be returning to complete any outstanding fixtures for the 2020 season and look forward to commencing a new fixtures calendar in 2021.’
# Ulster football
Cavanagh in as Mickey Harte makes one change to Tyrone side to face Antrim
Armagh’s Athletic Grounds plays host to tomorrow evening’s Ulster SFC quarter-final.
# deadpool
'Pond of human excrement' behind closure order served on Donegal takeaway
Elsewhere, a Chinese takeaway in Cork was closed for three days due to ‘prolific evidence of rodent droppings’.
# Last Four
Antrim lift Ulster U21 crown and next up it's Waterford in All-Ireland semi-final
A four-point win for Antrim over Derry in tonight’s Ulster decider.
# mad about saffron
Antrim hold on to deny Fermanagh's dramatic comeback in high-scoring Ulster quarter-final
After claiming just one point in the opening half hour, Fermanagh would end the day with 3 – 13 and it was not enough for victory.
# in exile
Forget Liam Watson to Dublin, Loughgiel clubmate just hopes 'to God' that he'll be back for Antrim
The Loughgiel Shamrocks forward was last week linked with a move to the Dublin ranks.
# Have your say
Poll: Is it unfair that Antrim have to travel to Thurles for the All-Ireland U21HC final?
The Saffron county are not happy with the venue choice for the next month’s decider against Clare.
# History makers
Antrim's U21 hurling heroes to return to Thurles for All-Ireland final
The Saffron county face Clare in the decider on September 14th.
# Team news
Dessie Mone returns for Monaghan but Tommy Freeman misses out
The Antrim side has also been named for Sunday’s Ulster championship quarter-final.
# Appointed
Ryan lands job as Saffron hurling boss
Antrim will have a new man guiding them for the 2013 campaign.
# Departure
Bradley steps down as Antrim boss
The Saffron county are on the hunt for a new senior football manager.