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Archive | September, 2019

All ages turn out to hear about Hope Mission Zambia

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Lámh Dhearg and Portglenone get ready for part three

BOTH Lámh Dhearg and Portglenone will be hoping it’s third time lucky in Ballymena this evening (throw-in 8pm) as they meet once again to see who will advance into Sunday’s Antrim Senior Football Championship final. Thursday’s replay at Queen’s Arena was another night of high drama as Conall Delargy kicked an equaliser deep into stoppage […]

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Dept says sports facility to go ahead

THE PERMANENT Secretary at the Department of Education has told protesting Glassmullin residents that he is “keen” that the plans to build De La Salle College’s new sports development “proceeds to the site as quickly as possible”. Derek Baker held a meeting with Friends of Glassmullin Open Green (FOGOG) representatives on September 4 and said […]

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Growth of hurling in Belfast key to future Antrim success: McNaughton

TERENCE ‘Sambo’ McNaughton has insisted the future of Antrim hurling lies with the growth of the game in the city and believes the GaelFast programme is something of a last chance saloon. The Naomh Éanna manager and Cushendall native was inducted into the GAA Hall of Fame in Croke Park last week alongside Tipperary’s Nicholas […]

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Reds aiming to end their Ballymena hoodoo

CLIFTONVILLE manager Paddy McLaughlin insists his side have got to win every game, regardless of the opposition. The Reds make the trip to the Warden Street Showgrounds on Saturday to take on Ballymena United (3pm kick-off) hoping to claim their first away win at the venue since February 2014. The Sky Blues claimed two victories from […]

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Local rivals set for Junior hurling decider

A COUNTY final is a special occasion for any club, but given Saturday’s Antrim Junior Hurling Championship final between Gort na Móna and St Paul’s is a local derby, there is an added intrigue and sub-plot to proceedings (Hannahstown, Saturday, 1.45pm). The Gorts joined their West Belfast neighbours in the decider thanks to their 5-15 […]

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