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Published: 09:45 | 12/5/16

Niblock fit for Orchard start


Captain Kevin Niblock has been included in the Antrim team for Sunday's Ulster SFC opener against Fermanagh.

Niblock has recovered from a bout of tonsillitis and will take his place at centre-forward for the preliminary round game at Brewster Park.

Matthew Fitzpatrick will make his championship debut at right half-forward, while John Carron starts on the left for his first championship start in three years.

Joint-managers Frank Fitzsimons and Gearoid Adams have made just once change to the side that lost to Louth in the Allianz Football League Division 4 final with Patrick McBrade starting in defence ahead of Conor Burke.

Antrim (SF v Fermanagh): C Kerr; K O'Boyle, R Johnston, N Delargy; P McBride, M Johnston, J Laverty; N McKeever, C Murray; M Fitzpatrick, K Niblock, J Carron; B Neeson, T McCann, M McCann.

Bonner confirmed as Donegal manager

18:35 | 21/9/17

Declan Bonner has been confirmed as the new manager of Donegal on a three-year term.


Kilcar focused after "wake-up call"

14:53 | 22/9/17

Kilcar manager Barry Doherty says last week's defeat to Bundoran was "a wake-up call" ahead of Saturday's Donegal Club Championship semi-final against St Michae...


Lynch set for Patrickswell return

16:29 | 22/9/17

Cian Lynch is expected to start Patrickswell's Limerick club hurling quarter-final replay against Ballybrown on Saturday.


O'Sullivan likely to play on

09:49 | 22/9/17

Kerry forward Darran O'Sullivan says he will play another Championship summer if manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice wants him to.


Geaney urges Clifford to stay with U-20s

09:34 | 21/9/17

Kerry All-Star forward Paul Geaney says rising star David Clifford may be better off playing Under-20 football next season.


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