At an Ulster Council meeting last week, a motion brought by Cavan’s representatives to move their Ulster football championship quarter-final tie against Antrim out of Corrigan Park in Belfast was passed, with six out of the nine counties voting in favour.
Antrim were understandably one of the three dissenting voices, along with Tyrone and Derry, and since their name was pulled first out of the hat when the draw was made originally, they had and have every right to expect home advantage.