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Naas GAC at North Antrim Festival of Hurling
24th August 2016
Below is an email we reviewed from Naas GAC.   North Antrim thanks them for their comments ...
North Antrim Weekend of Hurling Big Success once again!
22nd August 2016
Throughout the year, the North Antrim School of Excellence squads trained regularly once a month w...
North Antrim fixtures week commencing 22nd August
20th August 2016
Monday 22nd August U12 Go Games Section A Semi- Finals at 6:45pm    - S...
New Referees Required in North Antrim
12th August 2016
North Antrim is in urgent need of volunteers who would be interested in becoming Hurling referees...
North Antrim fixtures week commencing 15th August
11th August 2016
Monday 15th August   U12 Go Games Section B Quarter Finals at 6:45pm  - St Ma...
NA School of Excellence Squad Notice - August Training Dates
5th August 2016
Please Note:  This is the last set of training before the North Antrim Festival of Hurling ta...
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Upcoming Fixtures

NA Junior League
25 Aug 2016 Clooney Gaels v St Marys Rasharkin
NA Junior League
25 Aug 2016 Carey v Eoghan Rua
NA Junior League
27 Aug 2016 Shamrocks v Glen Rovers
NA U14A Shield
28 Aug 2016 McQuillans v Oisin
NA U14A Shield
29 Aug 2016 Shamrocks v St Endas
NA U14B Shield
29 Aug 2016 St MacNissi v Loch Mor dal gCais
NA U14B Shield
29 Aug 2016 Con Magees v St Ergnats
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Latest Guestbook Post

Name: Parent
In relation to referees-if they cannot apply the basic rules to underage hurling-how will our young hurlers learn? You cannot compare u12 hurling with top flight premier senior level hurling- one of the reasons we may be slightly behind is the lack of speed that our young hurlers carry out the basic skills-hurlers in kilkenny/tipperary do not foul the ball by using 5/6 steps to strike the ball-they are coached from a very young age to lift and strike at speed-to move the ball fast etc- I am all for respecting officials but i find it very hard when the basic rules of our beloved game are so blatantly ignored by the officials who are they to ensure both the safety and free flowing of the game-and application of the rules- can i ask parent in glenravel-if the  4 step rule is soo apparently unacceptable and will reduce the game to stop start how many steps they do deem as acceptable??? We are trying to prepare these young hurlers for a life at senior level-where I''d like to hope that all rules will be applied fairly-if we water down at underage all we are doing is creating bad habits! If refs blew more often for basic fouls such as  over carrying -players and indeed clubs would soon accept that they must stop this and obey the rules!
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