Charlie Dwyer scored three points as Laois defeated Antrim. Photo: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Laois 2-18 Antrim 1-13For the second time in a month Antrim have suffered defeat at the hands of Laois but this time it’s resigned them to another rel(...)

Antrim’s Odhran McFadden tries to race clear of Offaly goalscorer Shane Dooley. Photograph: Inpho

Antrim 0-19 Offaly 2-17Just four points separated Offaly and Antrim at the final whistle at Ballycastle but in truth the visitors were never really in(...)

Ger Cunningham looks on from the stands during Dublin’s Walsh Cup win over Antrim. Donall Farmer/Inpho

Dublin 0-28 Antrim 2-12 Ger Cunningham said he’s undecided about Dublin’s next captain after watching his inherited side cruise to the Walsh Cu(...)

Ciaran Slevin who scored 1-4 for Offaly in the victory over Antrim at O’Connor Park. Photo: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Offaly 5-27 Antrim 4-9 It was shooting practice for Offa(...)

Clare captain Paul Flanagan with the trophy after their victory over Antrim in the All-Ireland  under-21 hurling final at Semple Stadium. Photograph:   Brendan Moran /Sportsfile

Clare 2-28 Antrim 0-12: It wasn’t the complete landslide that was predicted, it was worse, Clare having to hold themselves back in the end to prevent (...)

Antrim’s Tiernan Coyle and Shane Dooey celebrate victory at the final whistle in Thurles. Photograph orraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Antrim produced a huge shock to defeat fancied Wexford in Saturday’s Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U21 hurling championship semi-final.Wexford were 1-8(...)

Clare’s Aaron Cunningham is helpedfrom the field after sustaining a  hamstring injury in their win over Galway at Semple Stadium. Photograph: Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

Clare and Antrim will contest the Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U21 hurling championship final at Semple Stadium on September 14th.Antrim stunned Wexf(...)

At the launch of Show Racism the Red Card at Croke Park today were Padraic Duffy GAA director general with Greta Perevalovaite and Rafael Mamba of Blakestown Community School and Eoin Mc Cafferty of Show Racism the Red Card organisation. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

There was “no place” in the GAA for players or officials who engaged in racist activity, the organisation's director general Páraic Duffy said (...)