VIDEO: Exciting GAA exhibition at Ballymoney Museum

An exciting new exhibition charting the history of the GAA in the Borough has been officially opened in Ballymoney Museum.

The exhibition runs until 26th July. Admission is free.

Glenn Curran retained the Happy Landing Trophy at Faughan Valley, at the weekend.

Glenn Curran retained the Happy Landing Trophy at Faughan Valley, at the weekend.

Opening hours are Monday – Thursday & Saturday 9am – 5pm and Friday 9am – 4.30pm. For further information please contact Ballymoney Museum, Ballymoney Town Hall, Townhead Street, Ballymoney, BT53 6BE, Tel: 028 2766 0278 or 028 2766 0230 and Email: museumprojects@ballymoney.gov.uk.

To open the exhibition, players and committee members from the Borough’s four clubs - Dunloy Cuchullains, Loughgiel Shamrocks, St Brigid’s Cloughmills and St Mary’s Rasharkin - were joined by officials from Antrim and Ulster GAA and fans of Gaelic sports at the Town Hall to enjoy an interesting evening of talks, nostalgia and memorabilia hosted by BBC Northern Ireland’s Mark Sidebottom.

Here’s a video of just a selection of the items on display...