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Niall Grace excited with Glenavon move

Midfielder Niall Grace admits he can’t wait to get started with Glenavon.

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Institute's Niall Grace. DER4417-114KM

Institute midfielder Glenavon bound

Institute’s Niall Grace is in talks with Danske Bank Premiership side Glenavon, who only this week sold teenager Bobby Burns to Scottish Premiership side Hearts.

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Institute's Michael McCrudden receives the Sodexo Championship Player of the Year award from Derek Coulter of Sodexo, at the NI Football Awards at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye

Michael McCrudden wins Player of the Year prize

Institute skipper Michael McCrudden picked up the Sodexo Championship Player of the Year award, at last night’s N Ireland Football Awards in Belfast.

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Mark McChrystal was delighted that his objective at Crusaders was achieved on Saturday as he clinched a league winners' medal.

Crusaders’ Mark McChrystal to sort his future in coming weeks

Derry man Mark McChrystal admits he is undecided about his future.

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Institute's Michael McCrudden with NIFWA Chairman Keith Bailie.

Institute captain Michael McCrudden wins Championship Player of the Month award

INSTITUTE'S Michael McCrudden has been named Championship Player of the Month for April by NIFWA.
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'We are worthy champions' - Sean Ward

Defender Sean Ward felt that Crusaders were the best team in the Premiership and deserved to win the title.
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Title winner Paul Heatley wants more glory

Crusaders talisman Paul Heatley wants even more success next season.
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Crusaders' Philip Lowry delighted with title glory

Crusaders midfielder Philip Lowry was a happy and relieved man after their final day title win.
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Crusaders boss Stephen Baxter thrilled after title success

Crusaders gaffer Stephen Baxter was delighted after his side secured the Danske Bank Premiership title.
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Crusaders striker Jordan Owens.

Crusaders are crowned champions

Ballymena United 1-2 Crusaders
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North West duo Boyd Rankin (left) and William Porterfield are in the NW Warriors squad for next week's to face Leinster Lightning.

Ireland skipper and pace man added to NW Warriors squad

The North West have landed a bit of a touch on the eve of the new Hanley Energy Interprovincial series by naming both William Porterfield and Boyd Rankin in their squad for the 3-day game against Leinster Lightning at Pembroke next week.
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Our Lady St Patrick's College Knock winners of the NISFA U14 Cup Final.

Schools Cup heartache for St Columb's College teenagers

St Columb's College U14 0-1 Our Lady St Patrick College Knock U14
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Former Derry City youngster Rory Holden is enjoying life at Bristol City.

Former Derry City starlet loving life at Bristol City

After his deadline day move to Bristol City, youngster Rory Holden is enjoying life with the Championship club.

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FOOTBALL: McClelland back with a bang

Limavady United manager Paul Owens has heaped praise on defender Bryan McClelland.

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Cliftonville's manager Barry Gray

Cliftonville boss wary of basement side Ballinamallard

Cliftonville manager Barry Gray admits while he might have to have one eye on Monday night’s home clash with Glenavon, he knows his players will be fully focused for this evening’s trip to bottom side Ballinamallard United.

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Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton following Saturday's 3-2 win over Linfield. Pic by Pacemaker.

Hamilton highlights Murray’s strong Glenavon start as striker prepares to face former club

Stephen Murray will face familiar opposition in his next bid to build momentum towards a bright future at Glenavon.

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Daryl Gurney is hoping he can better 2017, as he starts this year's darts calendar at the Masters competition, this weekend.

WORLD DARTS: Gurney dreaming of winning Sid Waddell Trophy

What a year 2017 was for Daryl Gurney,

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Institute manager Paddy McLaughlin. DER4517-107KM

IRISH CUP: McLaughlin delighted with solid away day win

Institute manager Paddy McLaughlin was delighted his side drew near neighbours and Premiership high flyers Coleraine, in the Tennent’s Irish Cup sixth round.

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Institute's Niall Grace (NO 6) is mobbed by his team mates after he had scored the second goal of Saturday's match against Limavady United. DER0118-104KM

FOOTBALL: Institute gaffer happy with comfortable win at neighbours

Institute manager Paddy McLaughlin: “No game is over at half-time and to be fair to Limavady they came out and put it up to us in the second half and had us on the back foot for the majority of the second half and you have to give them credit.

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