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South Belfast sides begin Ulster U21 campaign

St Brigid’s (Antrim) v Crosserlough (Cavan) (Sunday, 12.30pm, Creggan) ANTRIM U21 football champions St Brigid’s begin their quest for provincial glory this weekend when they take on Cavan champions, Crosserlough in the prestigious Creggan Ulster U21 Club Football Tournament on Sunday. It is the 10th renewal of the Paddy McLarnon Cup and, to date, no […]

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Saffrons finish McKenna Cup with Ranch victory as league campaign looms

Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup Group B Antrim 1-14 St Mary’s 0-9 WITH the Dr McKenna Cup now finished for Antrim, attention turns to their opening National Football League Division Four fixture on January 27 against Derry. The Saffrons will go into this campaign off the back of a fairly comfortable win over St […]

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Pic of the Day, Wednesday, January 9

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Pic of the day, Tuesday January 8

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Fly Me To The Moon comes home to roost at the Grand Opera House

DAYS into 2019 and already rehearsal readings are under way at the Grand Opera House stage for the eagerly anticipated revival of Marie Jones’ Fly Me To The Moon. Having had its debut back in the Baby Grand in 2012 the play, a dark cautionary tale about recession, underpaid and undervalued care workers and greed, […]

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Belfast City Council awards £500,000 of funds to reduce bonfire tensions

BELFAST City Council voted to approve £500,000 in funding for events to reduce tensions around bonfires during its monthly meeting on Monday night. It is the second year in a row that money for the scheme has been agreed. The decision has been criticised by Alliance, the SDLP and the UUP. DUP, Sinn Féin and […]

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