The 70s

1962 – All-County Division 6 Runners-up (Promoted)

1963 – All-County Division 5 Runners-up (Promoted)

1964 – All-County Division 4 Winners (Promoted)

The crucial win in the 1964 season was a 13 points to 1 point over second -placed St Malachy’s at Corrigan Park. Starring for Antrim on this occasion was Fermanagh County Star Barney McAnespie who was a student at Greenmount College at the time.

1965 – All-County Division 3 Winners (Promoted)

The division 3 title was secured by a hard fought victory over a PJ O’Hare inspired St Gall’s at the old Milltown venue in the final game of the season. During the 1965 campaign Antrim did not concede a single goal with the evergreen Chris Johnston between the sticks.

1970 – South West Junior Championship Winners

The title was secured with a Victory against St Patrick’s, Aghagallon. The team then went on to play in their first All-County final, but lost out to St Teresa’s.

 1971 – South West Minor League Winners

The team was managed by Leslie McNeilly and the Star players were the McCarroll brothers Gerry and Brian, Mickey Hodkinson, Dessie Kelly and Kevin “Gidney” McCavana

1972  – All-County Junior Championship Winners.

St Comgall’s were coached by the former Down County manager Sean Smith. Four of the starting 15 players from the final were members of the 1971 Minor league winning side. (Brian McCarroll, Brian Doole, Mickey Hodkinson and Dessie Kelly) The title was secured with a 1-11 to 9 points victory over St Enda’s at Ahoghill. Antrim’s Centre Half forward Ray McNeilly had the St Enda’s all but beaten by half-time with an impressive personal tally of 1-4.

1978 – All-County Division 4 Champions