Portadown gained a welcome boost in the Bluefin Sport Championship promotion push by recording the biggest win of the club’s league campaign to see off basement-based Lurgan Celtic by 6-0.
Ballymena United 3, Carrick Rangers 1
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Motorbikes superstar Jonathan Rea enjoyed a record-breaking season in the World Superbike 2017 campaig when he became the first rider to win the title three years on the spin.
Glentoran manager Gary Haveron is glad the injury crisis at the Oval seems to be coming to an end as his side prepare to face Cliftonville at Solitude in the Danske Bank Premiership tomorrow.
Dungannon Swifts manager Rodney McAree wants his side to extend the gap between Ards and themselves after tomorrow’s Danske Bank Premiership game at Stangmore Park.
Portadown manager Niall Currie is calling on his under-performing players to ‘step up’ - or risk a January exit.
Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter is backing his squad to maintain the mindset and momentum to continue to challenge across multiple fronts.
Ulster showed a clinical edge to their game last night in putting over 50 points on Harlequins in a European Champions Cup tie, but assistant coach Dwayne Peel praised the collective.
History-maker Jonathan Rea says Sunday night’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year is a fitting occasion to cap a landmark season in the Ulster rider’s incredible career.
The outcome may be a formality, but voting is underway for the Cornmarket Irish Motorcyclist of the Year following confirmation of the full list of nominees.
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Andy Waterworth’s Irish League career has been defined - like any striker - by the small margins that make the difference between the big rewards.
Jason Holt thinks Rangers’ luck has finally turned around as they survived a Hibernian barrage at Easter Road.
Jacob Stockdale is keeping his feet on the ground in spite of the high expectations on the young winger's shoulders.
Graeme Murty hailed Josh Windass for his Easter Road strike - even though the Rangers playmaker left him tearing his hair out in frustration.
Neil Johnston and Scott Rankin are expected to be top contenders in the Northwest Cross Country Championships promoted by City of Derry Spartans at Gransha tomorrow.