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Devine hoping to soar in Russia

BELFAST Gymnastics star, Ryan Devine departs for Russia this weekend to compete in the World Championships fresh from winning his maiden British title. The De La Salle student will travel to London on Friday and fly out to St Petersburg on Saturday. The preliminaries for the 33rd FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships take place Wednesday, […]

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Five reasons why you need to go to the Belfast Classic

It’s just one month to go until the welcome return of this year’s Basketball Hall of Fame Belfast Classic Tournament, which will take place from the November 29 – December 1 at Belfast’s SSE Arena. As we count down to the return of big basketball to Belfast, here are five reasons why the Basketball Hall […]

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Sweeney seeking Dublin SFC title with St Jude’s

ANTRIM star Mark Sweeney is bidding to make history with his club St Jude’s as they aim to win the Dublin Senior Football Championship for the first time. The Templeogue outfit face their southside rivals Kilmacud Crokes at Parnell Park this evening, Monday, after causing a massive upset in the semi-final. St Jude’s defeated St […]

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Swifts and Newington await their fate after abandoned cup tie

THERE were chaotic scenes at Donegal Celtic Park on Saturday afternoon as the Steel & Sons Cup quarter-final tie between St James’ Swifts and Newington was abandoned on 45 minutes. Referee Mark Milligan said his reason for the abandonment was that players had left the field of play to engage in a flare up between […]

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Newington boss Crossan demands Swift improvement

Steel and Sons Cup quarter-final St James’ Swifts v Newington (holders) (Saturday, 2pm, Donegal Celtic Park) NEWINGTON manager, Conor Crossan has demanded an improved showing from his side as they continue the defence of their Steel and Sons Cup title with a quarter-final away trip to St James’ Swifts on Saturday. The North Belfast side […]

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