There are scuffles at Randalstown, Antrim, where opponents of the People's Democracy march have gathered, led by Major Ronald Bunting.

On the second day of the People's Democracy march from Belfast to Derry, the marchers set out from Antrim Town for Maghera, Derry. However, the march was disrupted at several points by supporters of loyalist Major Ronald Bunting.

At Randalstown, Antrim, loyalists lined the road just outside the town, and police stopped the People's Democracy march on the Ballymena road. A car drove through the halted group of students, but fortunately no one was injured. Police stopped the car and questioned the driver. After a delay of over an hour, the marchers agreed to divert their route away from Randalstown in cars provided by local volunteers.