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Dual star, Laura lands prestigious Young Coach of the Year award

A PROMISING young coach from North Belfast has scooped a prestigious honour at the Belfast City Council Sports Awards. Laura Vernon, who coaches at both St Malachy’s OB soccer club and Ardoyne Kickhams GAA club picked up the Young Coach of the Year award at a gala event at the City Hall last month. The […]

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Belfast Celtic bosses pondering shock League of Ireland switch

BELFAST Celtic could start next season in the League of Ireland following a meeting of the club’s executive last week. At the end of the current season, Sport and Leisure Swifts will cease to exist and the club will change their name to Belfast Celtic. Sport and Leisure are locked in a relegation battle in […]

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Belfast Celtic plans not in doubt despite relegation concerns

Bluefin Premier Intermediate League Sport and Leisure Swifts v Dollingstown; Saturday, 3pm, Glen Road Heights THE man at the helm of the plans to revive Belfast Celtic FC says nothing will change, even if the club have to start next season outside of the Irish League. The IFA have already approved the name-change which will […]

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Glens will come to Solitude expecting three points: Grace

ON-LOAN Glenavon midfielder, Niall Grace believes that Glentoran will expect to win three-points against Cliftonville on Saturday. The Reds host the Glens in the final pre-split league fixture at Solitude on Saturday afternoon (3pm kick-off) hoping to make it three wins from three against the East Belfast men this season. Both victories arrived courtesy of […]

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Crumlin Star shock Annagh Utd to reach Intermediate Cup semi-finals

PENALTIES have become a feature of Crumlin Star’s season and they were again forced to go the distance against Annagh United in their Intermediate Cup quarter-final re-fixture on Tuesday night. The original game was abandoned just shy of the hour mark following a serious injury to defender Paul Prigent, who has been ruled out for […]

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Belfast rivals set to clash in Schools’ Cup decider

NISFA U18 Schools’ Cup final De La Salle v St Malachy’s (Monday, 12.30pm, Seaview) DE La Salle are no strangers to winning silverware in and around St Patrick’s Day and they bid to add the NISFA U18 Schools’ Cup to their trophy cabinet at the expense of Belfast rivals, St Malachy’s at Seaview on Monday […]

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