Cumann na mBunscol county finals day

Cumann na mBunscol Aontroma hosted their Indoor Finals Day at Tír na nOg Randalstown on Wednesday.

Regional winners from North, South and South-West Antrim attended today to compete for the prize of All-County Champions across all four codes.

In the first action of the day, Glenann PS Cushendall, Holy Child PS Belfast and Mary Queen of Peace Glenravel battled it out for the Camogie Championship with the girls from Glenann taking the honours back to the Glens for the first time in the school’s history.

Next up it was the turn of the hurlers from Mount St. Michael’s PS Randalstown, St. Clare’s PS Belfast and St. Patrick & St. Brigid’s Ballycastle.

In an extremely tight competition, the boys from Ballycastle just about got over the line having been pushed all the way by Mount St. Michael’s PS Randalstown in a thrilling final game!

With no representation from North Antrim for Girls Football – Mount St. Michael’s PS Randalstown & St. Anne’s PS Belfast played in a blockbuster ‘final’ that had everything, with the Randalstown girls taking home the spoils on a scoreline of 28 – 26.

The final action of the day saw St. John The Baptist PS Belfast, St. Joseph’s PS Dunloy and St. Mary’s PS Portglenone compete for the Boys football prize.

This was just as keenly contested as the other 3 with St. John The Baptist coming out on top to take the football crown.

A fantastic day of GAA would not be possible without the huge commitment and effort which Cumann na mBunscol Aontroma provide in partnership with Gaelfast GAA.

Full credit to all who helped to organise and coordinate a wonderful day of sport for the children involved and well done to all the winners.

The four successful schools will now go on to represent Antrim in the Ulster Indoor Finals at the end of March.

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