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Antrim into Tailteann quarter-finals after surviving London challenge

It was a case of job just about done for Antrim at a wet Corrigan Park on Sunday as they got over the line against London to move into next week's Tailteann Cup quarter-finals.

Going into the game, the Saffrons were firm favourites, but it was far from plain sailing as London were right in the mix until Aghagllon clubman Ruairí McCann needed his second goal of the day deep into added time to finally break The Exiles' resistance.

McCann's first goal would also be crucial as when he palmed home after 10 minutes, it was the hosts' first score and by this time, London already had 1-01 on the board as a move through the hands culminated in Michael Byrne saving from Ruairi Rafferty, but Stephen Dornan finished the rebound.

Joshua Obahor added a point before the hosts finally got into it as a break from Marc Jordan saw him feed Ryan McQuillan and his pass inside was palmed home by Aghagallon's Ruairi McCann.

After an exchange of scores, London lost Cahir Healy to a back card on 26 minutes for a foot trip, but Antrim didn't quite take full advantage as although they edged ahead with points from Niall Burns and Paddy McAleer, the wides were staking up with eight in total in the first half.

Confidence was flowing for London and it soared further on 29 minutes as Ciarán McKeon cut in along the left end-line and squared for Michael Carroll to palm home. Antrim had drawn level at the break thanks to scores from Ryan McQuillan and Eunan Walsh to leave it 1-05 to 2-02, but it was the visitors who would have been much happier at this stage.

Antrim began the second half with more purpose as Patrick McBride slung over an early score, but Byrne had to be alert again to deny the outstretched Dornan from fisting home his second.

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