Antrim's Aaron Graffin sends Sean Leo McGoldrick packing
A 14-man Antrim side came back from a half-time deficit to defeat Derry in an Ulster SH Championship semi-final clash at Casement Park on Sunday night.
Antrim lost the experienced Liam Watson after two yellow cards in the first half by which time they were trailing by two points.
But Antrim came back strongly in the second half with skipper Paddy Richmond finishing top scorer with 2-03.
Rory Convery was Derry top marksman with eight points.
Derry could only score four points in the second half after leading 1-8 to 1-6 at the break.
Antrim will now face Down in the final after they saw off London earlier in the day
Antrim: Ryan McGarry, Aaron Graffin, James McKeague, Sean Delargy (capt), Ciaran Herron, Karl McKeegan, Johnny Campbell, Karl Stewart, Michael Magill, Paddy Richmond, Liam Watson, Paul Shiels, Michael Herron, Cormac Donnelly, Donal McNaughton.
Derry: A Magill, M Craig, C Quinn, C McQuillan, R McCloskey, S Henry, S McCullagh, D Brunton, O McCloskey, P Henry, K Hinphey, SL McGoldrick, P McCloskey, R Convery, G Kelly.