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Supporter

6th September 2017

When will the dates and venues be released for the upcoming Senior Football semi finals?


finals

4th September 2017

any idea where the junior / intermediate hurling finals will be played have they been decided ? 2 Belfast teams in those finals so surely it would be somewhere like Ballymena / tir na og ?? knowing our county it will probably end up in armoy or careys pitch


Armoy is the venue.

finals

29th August 2017

any idea where the junior / intermediate hurling finals will be played


Details will be out soon

All Ireland Camogie

24th August 2017

A huge congratulations to Owen Elliott who has been selected to referee the All Ireland Senior Camogie final in Croke Park in September. Great for Antrim .


Well done Owen!

Frustrated

24th August 2017

Yes small print is there and yes we have played on thursdays but expecting a team to prepare for a championship game on a monday which has never been used before and at 630 pm on a working day is just crazy.

MR

24th August 2017

Re Frustrated While I empathise with your comments, two points spring immediately to mind: The old adage of 'read the small print' - the county website post from February states: "....please note that dates may be  subject to change, as events unfold over the course of the Championship season." This may be part of an evolving process, or even catching up, in Antrim. Neighbouring counties Derry and Down are amongst many who play football championship games on a selection of weeknights, including Mondays. We have had championship games played from Thursday through to Sunday ourselves the past few years. That said, one learning point might be an earlier indication to clubs that days considered shall include, for example, Thursday to Monday. Perhaps a solution is to develop Dunsilly further to a state of championship match readiness, including suitable floodlights - that way we could schedule games well in advance without having to wait for availability of host club facilities.

Frustrated

23rd August 2017

So ccc think 630pm on a monday is reasonable to play an intermediate football championship game. They released dates in feb/march time stating week ending 3rd of september for this round of championship now 2 weeks before they change it to monday 4th. Players and managers organise their season round championship time players have holidays booked, flights booked to head back to university and believe it or not jobs to work. So players have to get to randalstown for a 630pm throw in, most people finish a normal working day at 530pm. How do ccc think this is appropriate to treat its playing members so poorly.

football

23rd August 2017

What is wrong with the fixture committee in Antrim? In other counties you can go round and watch all championship matches, not in Antrim, lets make them at the same time in different places. Why do that?

Wondering

22nd August 2017

What days are the Senior Football 1/4s to be played ? I need to organise work schedule and its just over a week away we should really know by now (Boss not too sympathetic to GAA).


http://antrim.gaa.ie/news/cham...

LATEST Championship details.. Bring the boss with you!

Danny

21st August 2017

Great work to date on club championships , have to say at a fiver for the double header in glenavy yesterday , that was tremendous value! Congrats to glenavy for hosting the game and to all the clubs involved for the fine spectacle they put on.


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Yes Danny- 2 great games yesterday played in good spirit. 2 exciting games that went to the wire. 

Well done to hosts Glenavy for the friendly welcome #WellOrganised!

John O Neill

21st August 2017

Just to answer a previous question, Club minor age is to remain U18 as per 2016 GAA Congress.

Bemused

21st August 2017

How come the results on a Wednesday and Sunday night don't be put up properly, it takes to the next day to see them?


Unfortunately it is ongoing problems with the  Servasport system which our IT team have raised this problem and hopefully it will be sorted soon

Ruairi

21st August 2017

Is there any possibility for getting the senior hurling double header on Sunday moved at all. Pretty crazy having a thrown in at 4.30pm when the Tyrone v Dublin match is at 4pm. Is there any way of making it a 1pm/2.30pm double header. Might be too dark to make it 6pm/7.30pm? Appreciate it is hard to satsify all but good to get as much of a turnout as possible.


one for the ccc and the clubs. Have your secretary touch base with chairman of ccc. 

Gael

20th August 2017

Championship coverage I must compliment the county pro on the first class and comprehensive coverage of championship games on social media. Brilliant work and keep it up.


Thank you. Its great to promote our club championship. Its fantastic to support the clubs involved. 

#NothingBeatsBeingThere and if you can't be there Check twitter! 

Pat McCambridge

18th August 2017

Is club minor u17 or u18 next year with the changes at county level Thanks Pat


This hasn't been agreed yet and will be dealt with at county committee