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Antrim manager Lenny Harbinson is on the lookout for fresh talent

Antrim manager Lenny Harbinson is on the lookout for fresh talent

�INPHO/Bryan Keane

Antrim manager Lenny Harbinson is on the lookout for fresh talent

A concerted drive to ensure that the All-County Leagues and Club Championships across the province are completed as smoothly as possible is slowly but surely gaining momentum.

Following confirmation that spectators will now be permitted to return to games, albeit with certain restrictions - a maximum number of 400 at some grounds and 250 at others including match personnel in both instances - club managers and county board officials are setting out their stall for what promises to be the most intense period of club action for many years.

Normally, club leagues would be launched in March and with April having been designated as a 'club-only' month in the last couple of years, it meant that the club scene was already in overdrive with the onset of summer.