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Div 1 player

28th February 2017

any dates for after split? trying to arrange holidays and need to know!!!


They will be out in the next day or two.

ODR

23rd February 2017

WELLdone to Naomh Eoin last week hosting London, professional set up and great facilities for the county games. Where are all our great saffron supporters get out and support ours lads.

jimdonnelly

23rd February 2017

In response to 'small voice from lower leagues', and having checked the published fixtures, it looks to me as if the Div 3 clubs will begin the season one week ahead of most Div1 and Div2 clubs who will be fielding a reserve team; not that big a difference...

Small voice from lower leagues

22nd February 2017

Can someone please tell me the benefits of starting the Div 3 football league so early ? Does the county board not realise that there is no way club pitches will be in any condition to host games this time of year . It means that teams would have to give up home advantage and find a council pitch that's available as I would imagine their opponents pitch would also be unavailable. Why the gulf between 1/2 and 3 , does Div 3 football not count ? Smacks of elitism you ask me.

Micheal

20th February 2017

Excellent job concerning the All county league fixtures. Looks to be a well planned/organised schedule. Any idea when dates for the club championships will be released?


The club championship club dates will be out in the next day or so.

Sylvia Kilcline

17th February 2017

Congratulations to all involved in the hosting and staging of this year's Scór na nÓg All-Ireland Final last Saturday! It was clear to see the effort that had been put in and the result? A wonderful show! Maith Sibh!

WLTM

16th February 2017

Hi now Valentine's Day is out of the way , do you know when fixtures for 2017 will be published ? Cheers


I got no cards 😭 For valentines!


I'm sure the CCCC will furnish soon.

Aontroim abú

15th February 2017

Well done to everyone who helped out and competed at the Scór na nÓg All Ireland final at the weekend! What a fantastic showcase of the country's talent. Maith sibh!


Great feedback! Thank you.

Scor buzz

14th February 2017

Well done everyone from Antrim, led by Bronagh Lennon, who worked their socks off behind the scenes to make the All Ireland Scor na n'Og Final in the Waterfront a huge success. Hard work is breathing new life into Scor in Antrim.


Yes well done to Bronagh & all involved!


A massive success for Antrim to host.


#Scór

culture vulture

14th February 2017

What a great event for Antrim on Saturday in The Waterfront. The Scor na nOg all Ireland was fantastic. Just goes to show how alive out culture is in this country. More antrim clubs need to get involved in this!


It was a fantastic event indeed. 

Roger

9th February 2017

Will the championship draws be live on peri ?


If i get a signal..possible.

Sean Duffin

8th February 2017

Just wondering when are the championship draws out- planning a holiday with my wife and kids. Big year for the TNN


Draw will take place next Monday evening 

Eamon

5th February 2017

I attended a CPD session Saturday morning 9am in Creggan organised by GPO Alfie Hannaway. It was focusing on systems of play, it was all practical and interactive for attending coaches. Well Done! Paul Mc Iver was the guest coach. Paul was superb, the session itself was superb. The talent on show from our dev squads were superb in terrible conditions. I will definitely use games, games , games when coaching. Best CPD I have been to in years. Keep up the work Antrim coaches/staff


Well done Alfie Hannaway & team. Great feedback. 

Jude whyte

5th February 2017

Very proud of my county board last weekend..very proud a credit at last to us all..well done

Paul

4th February 2017

I know there are concerns about children going on to pitches at half time but it is something special for them. And it might damage our good pitches and this and that...! When we had poor playing surfaces and poor facilities there was no such thing as not being allowed on to the field. Now stay off the pitch - don't use the pitch - make sure the gates are secured. Seems like the organisers got it right in Corrigan last Sunday and there were plenty of people on the pitch today in Thurles.