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north_antrim_hound

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Re: ANTRIM HURLING
« Reply #39030 on: Today at 01:02:53 PM »
Hi lads,
New to the forum,
Big into antrim hurling,

Excited for this year, realistically it will be tough to win many games this year, but if we can compete, nick a few games and hopefully we can stay in div 1 and the leinster championship and build from there.
Final league game at home to Laois will be a biggee

Welcome to the forum Tormund just watch out for MR2 hes a wind up merchant 😄😄😄

BrendanAntrim

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« Reply #39031 on: Today at 02:41:21 PM »
It was nice to be at a hurling match last night in lovely Spring / Summer weather, a senior hurling match in south Belfast where the Naomh Brid keeper was 35 years older than the youngest player. That's what you call a blend of youth and experience :)

It was well refereed too!

themac_23

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« Reply #39032 on: Today at 02:44:27 PM »
It was nice to be at a hurling match last night in lovely Spring / Summer weather, a senior hurling match in south Belfast where the Naomh Brid keeper was 35 years older than the youngest player. That's what you call a blend of youth and experience :)

It was well refereed too!

Seen that on Twitter, would Naomh brid be boys from other clubs moving to Belfast or a lot of their young lads coming from their brid Og?

BrendanAntrim

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« Reply #39033 on: Today at 03:35:43 PM »
From what I could tell mostly lads have come through juvenile ranks, and senior footballers who had previously hurled as juveniles, plus the American guest / former ice hockey player.