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SuperCupNI is ready for kick off

Mid and East Antrim set for festival of football as SuperCupNI kicks off

Guy Martin on the Honda Racing Fireblade at the Isle of Man TT.

ULSTER GP: Guy Martin confirmed as non-starter by race chiefs

The organisers of the MCE Ulster Grand Prix have confirmed that Guy Martin will not compete at Dundrod next month.
Derry City teenage defender, Eoin Toal will line up against Man United at the SuperCupNI opener in Coleraine on Saturday. DER2417GS009

SUPERCUPNI: Derry City teenager hoping to impress against Man United

EOIN TOAL is anxiously awaiting his Derry City debut, but the talented defender will get the chance to show his worth when he lines up against Man United at the SuperCupNI on Saturday.

MORE OF THE SAME PLEASE . . Derry City frontman, Nathan Boyle, second right, is congratulated by teammates after scoring his side's second goal in the 4-1 away win against Bohemians last February.

DERRY CITY: Winning is ‘the only option’ as City take on Bohs

KENNY SHIELS believes there’s ‘no other option’ but to clinch victory against Bohemians at Dalymount Park tonight as Derry City attempt to get back on the winning trail.

Alex McGinley under pressure from Altrincham rivals during the under 13s' semi-final win by South Donegal Schoolboys.

FOYLE CUP: Altrincham miss out against South Donegal

English side Altrincham were narrowly beaten 2-1 by South Donegal Schoolboys at Leafair Park in the Foyle Cup under 13s’ semi-final.

Celebration time for Hillsborough Boys under 16s against Everton America. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

FOYLE CUP: Derby delight for Derry boys

Semi-finals day at the Hughes Insurance Foyle Cup wrapped up with Derry City celebrating crucial progress.

Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths shows the referee one of the items thrown on to the Windsor Park pitch last week in Belfast, an incident which has led to UEFA sanctions imposed on Linfield. Pic by Pacemaker.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Linfield to seek legal route after UEFA fines from Celtic tie

Linfield officials have confirmed plans to “seek financial redress from any identified individuals through the civil courts” in the aftermath of UEFA sanctions following the Champions League tie with Celtic.

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy celebrates his birdie on the 18th during day one of The Open Championship 2017 at Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Southport. Andrew Matthews/PA Wire.

THE OPEN: Caddie’s jolt got me going says McIlroy

A struggling Rory McIlroy admited he needed a kick up the backside from caddie JP Fitzgerald to get his Open back on track after it looked like he was crashing halfway through his first round.

Derry Colts captain Zack Dougherty celebrates his decisive goal for the under 12s against Tristar during Thursday's Foyle Cup fixtures. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

FOYLE CUP: Day Four football results

The honour of lifting the first trophy of this year’s Hughes Insurance Foyle Cup went to Donegal Women League A, who beat Ballymoney United on a penalty shoot-out in the under 11 cup.

The banners which were displayed during Wednesday nights game will be investigated by Uefa

Celtic face Uefa charge over ‘paramilitary’ banners

Celtic fans’ display of ‘paramiltary’ banners during the Champions League match against Linfield has prompted a call for the club to “lance the boil” in respect of fans who celebrate terrorists.

Callum McGregor of Celtic and Stephen Lowry of Linfield during the Champions League Second qualifying round match between Celtic and Linfield

FOOTBALL: Linfield boss David Healy admitted he feared the worst at one stage against Celtic

Linfield manager David Healy admitted he feared the worst at Celtic Park last night when his team went behind after just four minutes of the second leg of their Champions League second qualifying round tie on Wednesday night

Christian Elkin pictured with MCE Ulster Grand Prix Clerk of Course Noel Johnston and Plant Lubrication (NI) Director Alan McCaffrey

ULSTER GP: Christian Elkin setting sights high at Dundrod

Christian Elkin has won the Ultra-Lightweight race at the MCE Ulster Grand Prix for the past three years running, but the Randalstown-based rider is now targeting a big result in the Supersport class.

Linfield's Stephen Lowry and Celtic's Scott Brown

FOOTBALL: Celtic win comfortably against Linfield


Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy on the practice green during practice day four of The Open Championship 2017

OPEN GOLF: Rory McIlroy believes he could defy the odds at Royal Birkdale

Rory McIlroy admits it is hard to argue with being rated a 20/1 chance to win the Open Championship, but believes he can defy the odds and regain the Claret Jug at Royal Birkdale.

Tobermore goalkeeper Matthew Clark looks back as this 25 yard lob lands in the back of the nets in the U15 game against Derry City

FOYLE CUP: Derry City deliver goal feast required against Tobermore United


Foyle Harps Aaron McLaughlin and Celtic;s Jaden Ferguson in a battle for possession

FOYLE CUP: Celtic defeat Foyle Harps to top section


Eglinton's Noah Hunter and Hamilton's Christopher Neeson


The third day of the Hughes Insurance Foyle Cup one of the most important days of the week (bar the finals) as group matches came to a close in all competitions except under 14 and under 16.

Ireland international, Craig Young returns to the North West Warriors squad for the penultimate round of T20 matches against Leinster Lightning.

CRICKET: Norh West Warriors team named for T20 game against Leinster Lighting

Ian McGregor has named his Warriors squad for the penultimate round of T20 matches on Friday as the North West side travels south to Merrion for another tussle with Leinster Lightning.

Johnny McKee

HOCKEY: Ireland men still harbour World Cup final qualification dreams

Ireland’s hopes of qualifying for the World Cup finals are still within reach in spite of losing 2-1 to Spain yesterday in a World League 3 quarter-final.

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