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Black is back at the Whites as new boss

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Double World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea.

Stage is set for motorcycling’s big glamour night in Belfast

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Stuart Thompson was forced into nets after Tuda Murphy went off injured on 67 minutes. INBL1704-213PB

Town go down to Dundela as Tuda stretchered off

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Enniskillens Andrew Crawford in action against Dromore.

SCHOOLS CUP: Enniskillen end Dromore’s hopes

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RUGBY: Draw made for Danske Bank Schools’ Cup fourth round

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RUGBY UNION: Banbridge must react to get title tilt on track

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‘We have achieved nothing yet’ says table-topping Banbridge Town boss

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AMATEUR LEAGUE: Paul Kirk leaves Rathfriland Rangers

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Paul Kirk talking to players at training during his stint as Rathfriland Rangers manager.

INTERVIEW: Kirk and Rathfriland like “a right hand in a left handed glove”

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Juventus bagdes, old and new

Quiz: Can you identify these football clubs by their old badges?

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Black is back at the Whites as new boss

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Stuart Thompson was forced into nets after Tuda Murphy went off injured on 67 minutes. INBL1704-213PB

Town go down to Dundela as Tuda stretchered off

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Banbridge Town Manager Stuart King. Photo Paul Byrne Photography INBL-1631-210PB TOWN FC

‘We have achieved nothing yet’ says table-topping Banbridge Town boss

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Rathfriland Rangers Manager Paul Kirk �Paul Byrne Photography INBL1630-216PB

AMATEUR LEAGUE: Paul Kirk leaves Rathfriland Rangers

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Paul Kirk talking to players at training during his stint as Rathfriland Rangers manager.

INTERVIEW: Kirk and Rathfriland like “a right hand in a left handed glove”

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SCHOOLS CUP: Enniskillen end Dromore’s hopes

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Richard Caldwell, Danske Bank Managing Director of Personal Banking, Stephen Black, Chairman of the Schools Committee and Ulster Rugby President John McKibbin make the drawn for the Danske Bank Schools' Cup fourth round

RUGBY: Draw made for Danske Bank Schools’ Cup fourth round

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Banbridge's Josh Cromie is available again alongside Andrew Magrath. INBL1602-241PB

RUGBY UNION: Banbridge must react to get title tilt on track

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Timmy Beattie driving forward for Banbridge Academy in Saturday's 2-2 draw against Dromore High. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

SCHOOLS’ CUP: Honours even between Banbridge Academy and Dromore High in landmark tie

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Former Banbridge player called up to Scotland squad

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Dane Ward netted a hat-trick for Banbridge on Saturday. INBL38-217EB

HOCKEY: Ward shoots down UCD in Bann’s super six

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Jake Rowe netted Bann's two goals from short corners. Pics: Rowland White / Presseye

HOCKEY: Jake fights the frustration to fire Academy to victory

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The victorious Banbridge team celebrates winning the McCullough Cup for the eighth time.

HOCKEY: Jake Rowe brace fires Babridge Academy to McCullough Cup success

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Neil Gilmore is back at Banbridge. INBL1545-247PB

HOCKEY: Gilmore returns as Bann prepare for cup opener

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Stage is set for motorcycling’s big glamour night in Belfast

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Down's Alan Davison comesunder pressure from three Derry players at Pairc Esler on Sunday.

(Photographer - � Matt Mackey / Press Eye)

McKENNA CUP: Derry defeated as Down record morale boosting win

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Cecil Johnston, a key member of Team Three, the Winter League champions.  Cecil won six of his matches.

GOLF: Team Three coast to Winter League success

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New-Bridge Sixth Form Student Katie Canniford with her Ulster GAA Young Person of the Year Award 2016 award.

GAA: New-Bridge student is Ulster ‘Young Person of the Year’

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