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Cliftonville 1 Ballymena United 2: Ballymena’s top-six hopes alive after victory at Solitude

Goals from Johnny McMurray and Johnny Flynn kept Ballymena United’s top-six aspirations alive at Solitude.


IN PICTURES: New Northern Ireland away kit revealed - have your say

Northern Ireland's new away kit has been revealed and the fans have been giving their thoughts.

The aftermath of the collision involving Darron Gibson in Dovedale Road, Sunderland.

Ex-coach urges troubled Sunderland star Darron Gibson to seek help

DARRON GIBSON’s former youth coach has urged the troubled Sunderland star to seek help after he was suspended by the Championship club following a drink-driving charge last weekend

English & Scottish
It was a great win for Warrenpoint Town at Ballymena. �INPHO/Jonathan Porter

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: Stephen McDonnell delighted as game plan works for Warrenpoint

Warrenpoint Town boss Stephen McDonnell hailed his players after their game plan worked perfectly at Ballymena United on Saturday.

Ballymena United manager David Jeffrey. �INPHO/Declan Roughan

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: David Jeffrey embarrassed as Ballymena United lose third game in a week

Ballymena United manager David Jeffrey pulled no punches as his side slipped to a 3-1 defeat at home to Warrenpoint Town on Saturday.

Carrick Rangers manager David McAlinden. �INPHO/Matt Mackey

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: David McAlinden frustrated by game of two halves

As cliches go ‘a game of two halves’ is one which is often rolled out by managers.

Cliftonville manager Barry Gray. �INPHO/ Porter

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: Barry Gray hails hot shot Joe Gormley

Cliftonville boss Barry Gray praised striker Joe Gormley after his strike sealed a 1-0 win over Carrick Rangers on Saturday.


IN PICTURES: St Columb’s College celebrate Schools’ Cup success

St Columb’s College won the Danske Bank Schools’ Cup courtesy of a last-gasp extra-time winner against St Patrick’s at Seaview.

Ballymena United manager David Jeffrey. Pic by INPHO.

PREMIERSHIP: Final decision on pre-split fixtures

A final decision has been made by the Northern Ireland Football League fixtures sub-committee regarding the remaining pre-split Danske Bank Premiership games.

Glentoran manager Ronnie McFall and Linfield's David Healy . Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: Ronnie McFall wants a top six finish for Glentoran

Interim Glentoran manager Ronnie McFall believes his team deserve a place in the top six.

Linfield's Niall Quinn and Matthew Clarke pictured after Saturday's draw with Glentoran. Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: David Healy feels Linfield had chances to win Big Two clash

Linfield boss David Healy insisted his team had enough chances to win Saturday’s ‘Big Two’ clash at Windsor Park.

Ashley Young

Manchester United: Ashley Young contract extended by 12 months

Manchester United have triggered a one-year option to retain the services of Ashley Young for another season.


VIDEO: Watch Derry City fans pay tribute to the late Ryan McBride on his first anniversary

DERRY CITY past players and supporters paid tributes to former skipper, Ryan McBride at the Brandywell Stadium on Friday night, 12 months on from his tragic death.

Dungannon Swifts  manager Rodney McAree. @INPHO/Brian Little

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: Dungannon hoping for a big finish

Rodney McAree has a message for anybody at Dungannon Swifts who thinks that having the League Cup tucked away in the club’s trophy cabinet means the season is over...’Think again!’.

Coleraine manager Oran Kearney.  Photo by David Maginnis/Pacemaker Press

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: Coleraine show their mettle again much to Kearney’s delight

Coleraine manager praised his side for their efforts following their 3-1 win at Ards on Saturday.

Crusaders Gavin Whyte celebrates his second goal of the day against Dungannon Swifts. �INPHO/Stephen Hamilton

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: Crusaders boss hails red hot Gavin Whyte

Crusaders boss Stephen Baxter praised talented midfielder Gavin Whyte following his brace in the 3-0 win over Dungannon Swifts on Saturday.

Coleraine celebrate Jamie McGonigle's second goal from the spot against Ards.

IRISH LEAGUE: McGonigle brace helps Coleraine to three points

Ards 1 Coleraine 3

Harry McConkey. Pic by John McVitty.

PREMIERSHIP: Harry McConkey’s Ballinamallard United pick up a point in first game as Glenavon finish frustrated

Harry McConkey’s first fixture as Ballinamallard United boss since 2006 resulted in a well-earned point as Glenavon’s March misery extended to four home games this month without victory.

Jonathan McMurray

DANSKE BANK PREMIERSHIP: Ballymena United lose at home to Warrenpoint Town

Ballymena United created enough chances to win two games before losing 3-1 to Warrenpoint Town at the Showgrounds.

Matthew Tipton. Pic by Pacemaker.

CHAMPIONSHIP: Matthew Tipton’s delight at first Portadown win but derby pain again for Dean Smith and Loughgall

Goals by Chris Lavery and Adam McCallum secured Portadown success over Loughgall by 2-1 in the Bluefin Sport Championship.

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