Offaly got their hands on the Kehoe Cup today after Oisin Kelly fired over the match winner in the fourth minute of stoppage time.
Michael Fennelly’s men edged out Antrim on a scoreline of 1-16 to 1-15 at Pairc Tailteann thanks to Kelly's late intervention.
The Faithful County shaded the first-half exchanges by 0-9 to 0-7.
Offaly - J Dempsey; M Cleary, D Egan, P Delaney; B Watkins, B Conneely, D Doughan; B Murphy, L Fox (0-2); S Kinsella (0-2), P Geraghty (0-2), O Kelly (0-2); L Langton (0-4, 3f, 1'65), S Cleary (0-2), T Geraghty. Subs: D King for B Watkins, D Nally (0-2, 1f) for B Murphy, P Kinsella for S Cleary, B Duignan (1-0) for P Geraghty, K Dunne for L Fox, J Sampson for S Kinsella, R Ravenhill for L Langton.
Antrim - R Elliott; P Duffin, M Donnelly, S Rooney; E Campbell, G Walsh, C Boyd; K Molloy (0-5), N McKeague; M Bradley, N McManus (0-9, 6f, 1'65), J McNaughton; N McKenna (0-1), D Nugent, A Delargy. Subs: C Johnston for N McKeague, R Molloy for A Delargy, A O'Brien for C Boyd, R McCambridge for M Bradley, D McCloskey (1-0) for N McKenna, C McHugh for S Rooney.
Referee - J McGrath.
Ben Conneely, Offaly captain, after receiving the Kehoe Cup with Jim Bolger and Pat Teehan representing Leinster Council. pic.twitter.com/UxG0MoM6uv— Official Offaly GAA (@Offaly_GAA) January 12, 2020