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Malachians lack cutting edge

Malachians were left to rue missed chances as they narrowly went down 1-0 away to a resolute Kilmore Rec side at Crossgar.In difficult, sodden conditions Mals missed three glorious chances at the start of the second half, whilst Kilmore will point to three great saves from Mals’ man of the match, keeper Ciaran Stitt, and three goal line clearances.

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Crumlin Star hold their nerve

The Star are through to the quarter finals of the Border Cup after a hard fought win over Premier side Albert Foundry.On a rain soaked pitch tackles were coming in from every direction but the game was always played in a hard but fair manner.

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Rock solid Clifton Athletic make Junior Shield progress

Clifton Athletic progressed to the second round of the IFA Junior Shield with a comfortable victory over Rock Athletic.Some neat passing and quick movement led to the opener as Liam Campbell played a through ball for Johanson to score his first of the season.

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Five star St Pat’s advance in Junior Shield

St Patrick’s YM continued their winning start to the season with this victory in the Junior Shield game at Olympia.Last year’s beaten finalists were expected to win but they didn’t have it all their own way especially at the start.

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Clifton Athletic win local derby

Clifton Athletic II kept up their 100 per cent record for the season with a hard fought win over Malachian Shamrocks at the Grove. Clifton started well and put the Shamrocks under pressure early on with Martin Murphy, Meehan and Mallon all going close. They should have gone ahead but Padraig Murphy was unlucky on three occasions

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Storey expects Barnes to bounce back

HOLY Family boxing trainer Gerry Storey expects Paddy Barnes to come back better than ever following his shock exit from the World Championships in Baku.

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