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Pic of the Day, Wednesday, December 11

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Meabha puts Irish women in the frame

AN intricate painting is proving to be much more than meets the eye in its celebration of Irish women and their place in the world. Entitled Mná hÉireann/Women of Ireland, the painting was created by West Belfast artist Meabha Magerr. The striking piece was commissioned by go-to Andersonstown physiotherapist Dan Turley, taking pride of place […]

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Tributes paid to Jerry Thompson

TRIBUTES have been paid to an Irish League footballer who died suddenly last night (Tuesday). Father-of-one Jerry Thompson (24), who was from the Oldpark area of North Belfast, played for Carrick Rangers. The former Cliftonville Olympic, Larne and Portadown defender joined Carrick from Ards earlier this season. In a statement, the club said they were […]

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Gleeson happy with Antrim’s positive start

ANTRIM’S hurlers will attempt to make it three wins from three in the space of a week when they travel to Abbotstown in Dublin on Saturday to face Wicklow in the Keogh Cup (throw-in 2pm). The Saffrons began their campaign with a handsome victory over Meath in Navan last weekend in the Leinster pre-season competition […]

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Belfast Star must focus on the league after heavy cup loss

BELFAST STAR return to Super League action this weekend and a home clash with DCU St Vincent’s after a very disappointing 78-63 cup quarter-final exit at the hands of DBS Éanna. For the first time in a number of weeks, Coach Adrian Fulton had a fully fit roster to play with but nothing seemed to […]

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Ulster set for huge doubleheader against Harlequins

WITH two wins from two already in this season’s European Champions Cup, Ulster will attempt to make it a hat-trick when they host Harlequins on Saturday afternoon (3.15pm). Dan McFarland’s side opened their campaign with a win away to Bath before taking down Clermont Auvergne two weeks ago and it’s another English Premiership club in […]

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