Antrim GAA mourns passing of former manager Jim Nelson
Antrim GAA is mourning the passing of their former manager Jim Nelson, who led the Saffrons' hurling team to the 1989 All-Ireland final.
His club St Paul's revealed that Nelson died on Sunday night.
He took over the Antrim senior hurling team in 1987 and led them to the All-Ireland final two years later.
It was the county's first final since 1943 but Tipperary emerged victorious with Nicky English starring with a personal tally of 2-12.
To watch Jim Nelson reflect on the 25th anniversary of his Antrim side's All-Ireland hurling final appearance in an interview with BBC Sport NI's Mark Sidebottom, click here.