Antrim too strong for Derry in Minor hurling final

Michael Warnock of Derry in action against Antrim's Daniel McKernan
Michael Warnock of Derry in action against Antrim's Daniel McKernan

Four goals in the second half saw Antrim win Sunday's Ulster Minor Hurling final by 4-16 to 1-08 against underdogs Derry.

Goals from Sean McAfee and David McCune saw the young Saffrons establish a 2-11 to 0-6 lead.

Daniel McCluskey got the third goal before 15-year-old Conor Johnston, the youngest player on the pitch, netted number four.

The winners were captained by Conor's brother, Ciaran Johnston.