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Colin Valley give Queen’s a footballing lesson

Paul Duff was the name on everyone’s lips after this game as the Valley winger showed his class in a match where Colin Valley showed a new ruthless streak to their game. Queens Grads were expected to come and provide stiff opposition after dumping Valley out of this cup at the fourth round stage last season – but they left Valley Park well and truly Duff-ed up as the home side ripped them apart with some scintillating football.

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Campbell and Di Lucia capture Kearney Pairs title

The main focus of attention in this week’s Fonacab League programme was the climax of the Andy Kearney Pairs competition in the O’Donnell’s club on the Whiterock Road.

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Defensive errors must be addressed ahead of busy period for Lennon’s Bhoys

The games are coming thick and fast for Celtic with clashes in the SPL, league cup and Europa League ensuring that they will have had to endure two matches a week since the last international break early this month all the way through to the next one in mid-November.

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St Paul’s ladies secure minor football Championship

The St Paul’s underage ladies football team finished the season with another Championship title. The club’s minor ladies took to the field against a South West combination team from Creggan, Moneyglass and Tír na nÓg

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Antrim champions progress to All-Ireland semi-finals

ANTRIM champions Loughgiel retained their Ulster title with relative ease against Ballycran at Casement Park on Sunday.The Shamrocks held a three point advantage at the break but wiped out the Ardsmen with a scoring onslaught in the second half to ensure they progress to meet the Munster champions in the All-Ireland semi-final

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Employment Minister facing more questions over project

WEST Belfast Sinn Féin MLA Jennifer McCann has called on the Minister for Employment and Learning, Stephen Farry, to show his support for a vital Short Strand youth project that may close down due to a lack of departmental funding.

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