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Colts round-up ….

The U18s made it three wins from their last four games but made hard work of it against a fiery Cregagh side.

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Rosario turn on the style

The Roses produced their best performance of the season to run out comfortable winners on Saturday morning.

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Aquinas FC round up …

Aquinas extended their recent winning streak with a solid enough victory over Ulidia at a boggy Cherryvale on Saturday morning to continue their climb up the South Belfast Youth League.

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Rosario aiming to bounce back

ROSARIO manager Colin Telford is hoping his side can halt a run of three consecutive defeats when they travel to Greencastle (Shore Road Playing Fields) to take on Malachians on Saturday.

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Wallace explains Walsh withdrawl

ANTRIM hurling manager Jerry Wallace has explained his decision to remove Antrim from next year’s Walsh Cup competition is in order to ensure his team can hit the ground running in the National League.
He also cleared up the debate regarding the spelling of his name – he says either Wallace or Wallis is acceptable.
“Wallace is on the birth certificate, but both spellings can be used. I have been called worse in hurling,” laughed the new Antrim boss.

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St Matthew’s make Nelson Cup progress

Under the watchful eye of new manager Lance Shields, St Matt’s progressed to the second round of the Nelson Cup with a hard fought victory.

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