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Coleraine keep pressure on Crusaders with win

Coleraine 1 Warrenpoint Town 0

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Disappointment for  Cross & Passion Ballycastle in the ONeills All-Ireland Post Primary Schools Junior A Camogie Championship.

Waterford end Cross & Passion College's double dream

There will be a new name on the trophy for the O’Neills All-Ireland Post Primary Schools’ Junior A Camogie Championship after St Mary’s New Ross came through their Semi-Final with St Brigid’s Loughrea on a scoreline of 2-9 to 1-5 and St Angela’s Ursuline Convent became the first ever Waterford school to reach an A grade final by taking out last year’s beaten finalists Cross & Passion Ballycastle at the Waterford IT grounds on Saturday.

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Paul McLean of BetMcLean with Coleraine defender Gareth McConaghie

IRISH LEAGUE: McConaghie named Player of the Month

Coleraine defender Gareth McConaghie has won the BetMcLean Player of the Month award for January.

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Eoin Bradley fires in an overhead kick against Glenavon at the Coleraine showgrounds. Photo Stephen Davison/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine and Glenavon play out thrilling draw

Coleraine 1 Glenavon 1

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Coleraine boss Oran Kearney was delighted to be handed a home draw in the Irish Cup quarter finals.

IRISH CUP: Coleraine relishing home quarter-final tie against Glentoran

There is certainly no place like home for Coleraine.

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Jamie McGonigle scored a brace in Coleraine's 4-0 win over Institute in the Irish Cup.

IRISH CUP: Coleraine ease into quarter finals

Coleraine 4 Institute 0

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IRISH LEAGUE: Burns targets honours as he signs for Coleraine

Aaron Burns has his sights set on silverware after joining Coleraine from Linfield.

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Glebe Rangers manager Jason Wilmont leads his players over to the away fans after Saturday's Irish Cup game at Windsor Park.'Photo Charles McQuillan/Pacemaker Press

Glebe Rangers boss full of praise for his squad

Glebe Rangers boss Jason Wilmont was full of pride following the performance of his players in Saturday’s Irish Cup tie against Linfield.

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Ballymoney scrumhalf, Mathew Steele, brings the Larne winger to ground.'PICTURE: Uel McDowell

RUGBY: Ballymoney progress in Towns' Cup

A bitterly cold but sunny January afternoon could only mean the first round of the River Rock Towns Cup and JKC sponsored Ballymoney 1st XV entertained fellow Q2 side Larne RFC at the Kilraughts Road.

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Coleraine boss Oran Kearney. Photo Kirth Ferris/Pacemaker Press

FOOTBALL: Irish Cup match is switched

Coleraine will host north west neighbours Institute in the sixth round of the Irish Cup.

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Martin Smith was on target for Coleraine in their 7-0 win over Lisburn Distillery in the Irish Cup.

IRISH CUP: Seven up for Coleraine as they see off Distillery

Coleraine 7 Lisburn Distillery 0

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At the announcement of Team NI, hosted at Theatre at the Mill  Newtownabbey, for the XXI Commonwealth  Games Gold Coast, Australia were, Dame Mary Peters, Patron of Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Council, Cllr Paul Hamill Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council and representatives including athletes and coaches from Team NI.

COMMONWEALTH GAMES: TeamNI announced for Gold Coast 2018

With just over three months until the Opening Ceremony of the XXI Commonwealth Games, 88 athletes have been named to represent Northern Ireland in Gold Coast, Australia.

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Ballymoney Centre, Martin Irwin, scores the first of his brace of tries against Malone in their Conference League match. PICTURE: Uel McDowell

RUGBY: Ballymoney end year with a win

The JKC Sponsored Ballymoney RFC 1st XV played their last game of 2017 against Malone 2nd XV in the conference league and in an entertaining game came out 33-22 winners at Kilraughts Road.

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Coleraine Man of the Match, David Greatorex, presented with the 'Tom McClelland Memorial Award' by Louise Morrow following the CIYMS game on Saturday. Also pictured is Brian Reid, Hon Life President, Coleraine RFCC.

RUGBY: Coleraine lose tight game against CIYMS

Coleraine lost out to Belfast side CIYMS in the league at the weekend and had to be satisfied with a losing bonus point.

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Senior fours winners Tommy Smith, Hugh Paul, Morris Smyth and Willie McCaw picture with Ivan Lynn Irish President.

BOWLS: Success for Ballybrakes at AIIB finals

The AIIB finals were held in Ballybrakes at the weekend with the club being represented in all disciplines except the triples.

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Springwell runners at the North West Cross Country Championships.

ATHLETICS: Great performances from Springwell runners

The North West Cross Country, hosted by City of Derry Spartans took place on Saturday 16th December at Gransha Park.

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IRISH LEAGUE: Darren takes to the streets to raise the issue of homelessness

While many of us will be doing some last minute shopping, or heading out to celebrate the festive season Coleraine midfielder Darren McCauley will spending a night on the streets of Dublin to raise awareness and funds for the Peter McVerry Trust.
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Glebe Rangers manager Jason Wilmont and Linfield manager David Healy at the draw for the fifth round of the Irish Cup.

IRISH CUP: Glebe relishing clash with Cup holders

Glebe Rangers boss Jason Wilmont got the draw he was looking for after his side were paired with holders Linfield in the fifth round of the Irish Cup.

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Ian Hutchinson and Lee Johnston will race for Honda Racing UK on the roads in 2018.

MOTORCYCLING: Hutchy and Johnston to make Honda debut at NW200

After weeks of speculation Honda Racing UK have confirmed Ian Hutchinson and Lee Johnston will race for the team on the roads in 2018.

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One of Stephen's pictures of Guy.

MOTORCYCLING: New book on Guy Martin

From bestselling author Stephen Davison comes a stunning new hardback book about the world’s most famous road racer.

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