Title ends eight years of hurt - McKeague

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Title ends eight years of hurt - McKeague thumbnailDunloy’s Kevin and Keelan Molloy proudly show off the Volunteer Cup following their side’s victory over Cushendall in the Antrim Senior Hurling Championship final.

A DELIGHTED Dunloy captain James McKeague has warned the club's rivals that the Cuchullain's will be hard to put down now that they have ended an eight year wait for championship success.
A blistering second half performance from the underdogs tore the script apart at a packed Ballycastle on Sunday where Cushendall had no answer to their opponents' pace and power.
In the end, Dunloy won more convincingly than the scoreline suggests to complete a memorable weekend for the club following wins for the camogs and minor hurlers earlier in the day.
They will now take a short rest before regrouping for a tilt at the Ulster Championship where Derry champions Slaughtneil are the current kingpins.
“Nothing can describe the feeling," admitted the Dunloy skipper amid wild celebrations on the pitch at McQuillan Park.
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