The women of North Belfast are in for a treat this weekend when four local sports stars do the ‘full Monty’ in aid of a local suicide prevention charity. The four brave males will be baring all at McGrath’s Bar on the Cliftonville Road on Saturday night in aid of PIPS suicide awareness.
The Crumlin Star club had the ‘full house’ signs up for the much-awaited bottom half cup shoot out to decide the destination of the Tommy Henry Memorial Cup.
Crumlin Star manager Eamonn Hawkins pointed to his players’ famed ‘never-say-die’ attitude as the key ingredient to their Border Cup win at Seaview on Wednesday afternoon.
Nervous anticipation is in plentiful supply at this time of year as young and old await the arrival of Kris Kringle and his sackful of expensive gifts.
WHILE Crumlin Star have already created a piece of history by reaching the Border Cup final for the first time, they will now hope to finish off the job and bring the trophy back to Ardoyne when they face Islandmagee in the 2011 final at Seaview on Wednesday.