Páirc MacUílín hosts the Ulster U21 Hurling Championship Semi Final: Antrim v Armagh – Wednesday 15 July 2015

Páirc MacUílín, Ballycastle will host the Ulster U21 Hurling Championship semi final between Antrim and Armagh this evening. Throw in is at 7.45pm.

Antrim last faced Armagh at this level in 2012, beating the Orchard men 1-18 to 0-11 at Páirc Esler. The winners will face either Derry or Down who play their semi final this evening at Owenbeg.

Read GAA.ie’s match preview here.


  • When coming out of Belfast please follow the signs for Coleraine until you come to the end of the dual carriage way. (Approx. 36 miles)
  • You will then be traveling on a single carriage way for 4 miles and then take a right at the sign post for Ballycastle/Rathlin Island Ferry.
  • Pairc MacUilin is located on the Whitepark Road. If using a Sat Nav please ensure that you use the Postcode BT54 6HA.
  • Parking is available within the grounds and our stewards will be on hand to assist you. Refreshments will be available inside the ground.

Please note there are NO cash machines on-site, however there are four located in the town centre.

Páirc MacUílín can be found on Google Maps via this link https://goo.gl/maps/ORprd

You can also follow @McQuillanGAC and @PaircMacUilin on Twitter.

Read more about the history of Páirc MacUílín here.


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Author: McQuillan GAC

McQuillan GAC Ballycastle is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the town of Ballycastle in County Antrim. Read more about the club here.