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Antrim Representative to Ulster Danny McLernon is pictured here with Uachtaran Christy Cooney and his two sons Kevin and Donal
McLernon to represent Antrim at Ulster
16th December 2010

St.Mary’s Rasharkin man Danny McLernon heads for Ulster Council following his landside victory at CountyConvention Monday last. There was no need for a "count back” as Danny convincingly secured 100 votes from a possible 104 to be elected as County representative at Ulster. He will be joining Frank Smyth who continues his role; Danny takes over from Jim Murray who was elected CountyChairman unopposed.


A true Gael and hard worker Danny has never shied away from challenging positions as his impressive CV will prove, he has held numerous posts at club, divisional board and county level. Club Chairman, club assistant secretary, club secretary (a post he held for twenty years), South West Chairman, South West secretary, County assistant secretary (fixtures secretary) to name a few.


This is a great honour for Danny, his family and his club, congratulations to him and we all wish him success in his new position.