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Archive | February, 2019

All eyes on the Sean Graham festival preview night

ALL eyes will be on the Europa Hotel on Monday for the brilliantly informative Sean Graham Cheltenham Preview Night. Gordon Elliott heads an all-star racing cast with Willie Mullins’ assistant and ex-jockey, David Casey also taking his seat at the top table. Sean Graham have signed up the Noel Meade stable jockey Sean Flanagan who […]

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Reds aiming to bounce back as they prepare for stiff Glenavon test

CLIFTONVILLE boss, Paddy McLaughlin expects his side will face another stiff test at the weekend when they face Glenavon. The Reds head to Mourneview Park on Saturday (3pm kick-off) looking to recover from defeat at the hand of Ballymena United on Tuesday evening. McLaughlin insists that momentum was there from their previous two victories over […]

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McCarthy ready to rise to Riakporhe challenge

TOMMY McCarthy knows he must rise to the occasion in Peterborough tonight (Saturday) as he bids to relieve Richard Riakporhe of the WBA Inter-Continental cruiserweight title, live on Sky Sports. McCarthy has enjoyed two routine wins since linking-up with manager, Mark Dunlop at the end of last year including an eight round points victory over […]

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Lagmore bus service has been partially reinstated

A vital bus service that was pulled from the Colin area last Tuesday night – due to a spate of anti-social behaviour and attacks on Translink drivers – was reinstated last night (Wednesday). The Andersonstown News reported last week how Sinn Féin Councillor Danny Baker was “fighting” to save the much needed 10d feeder service […]

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Seamus’s inside story of life on the blanket

THE COURSE of Irish history has been marked by insurrection against British rule. The impacts of the various campaigns have been extensively debated, but certain events, such as the republican struggle against criminalisation in the H-Blocks and Armagh Gaol, are almost universally recognised as catalytic in effecting social change. While we know the blanket protest […]

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Pic of the day, Thursday, February 28

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