Warrenpoint plan to appeal Murray ban to help ease league woes
Warrenpoint Town will appeal a four-game ban issued to Darren Murray.
Warrenpoint Town will appeal a four-game ban issued to Darren Murray.
It may be only five games into the Danske Bank Premiership season but Warrenpoint Town boss Matthew Tipton has urged his players to raise their game so they are not sucked into a basement battle.
Warrenpoint Town boss Matthew Tipton admits his side will face a rejuvenated Glentoran team at The Oval this afternoon.
Darren Murray is enjoying life at Warrenpoint.
Warrenpoint Town captain Stephen Moan feels that while it might take time for the new-look side to gel together this season, the 2016-17 Championship title winners have what it takes to more than hold their own in the top flight this time around.
Matthew Tipton has admitted it will be a proud moment for him and Warrenpoint Town when their Danske Bank Premiership adventure begins today and he hopes it's only the beginning of a special chapter in the club's history.
Warrenpoint Town can start preparing for life in the Danske Bank Premiership after clinching the Championship title on Saturday.
Douglas Wilson believes Dungannon are capable of overcoming Linfield and reaching a second Irish Cup final.
Warrenpoint Town boss Matthew Tipton insists his boys are relishing their Tennent's Irish Cup quarter-final clash with Dungannon Swifts at Stangmore Park.
George Best played his final game on Irish soil for Crewe United in 1995, and in 1983 they rolled out against Atletico Marbella - but only because match organisers had quite spectacularly mistaken them with intended opposition Crewe Alexandra.
Matthew Tipton led Warrenpoint Town to their first ever Mid-Ulster Cup title in a match that only sparked into life in stoppage time at the end.
Matthew Tipton will celebrate his first year in management by leading Warrenpoint Town into a cup final after watching his side claim a deserved 3-1 Mid-Ulster Cup semi-final success over Glenavon at Mourneview Park.
Glenavon will be without James Singleton for their Mid-Ulster Cup semi-final at home to Warrenpoint Town due to the defender's suspension carrying over from the weekend.
David Jeffrey's Ballymena United made it a losing start for new Warrenpoint Town manager Matthew Tipton as the Braidmen safely ensured their passage into the last four of the League Cup at Milltown.
David Jeffrey says he will feel a degree of pride when he shakes hand with his opposite number at Warrenpoint Town this evening. Matthew Tipton becomes the latest of Jeffrey's former charges to pit their wits against the master when Ballymena United travel to...
Dungannon Swifts went goal crazy once again, smashing in six goals for the second game running.
Warrenpoint Town's attempts to avoid relegation from the Danske Bank Premiership have failed.
Whitey Anderson has hit out at local football chiefs after being told that his Ballinamallard United team must be ready to play the second leg of their promotion/relegation play-off next week — six weeks after the first leg took place.
Warrenpoint Town have opted to appeal against an Irish FA ruling that relegated them and kept Carrick Rangers in the Danske Bank Premiership.
Warrenpoint Town have accused the Irish FA's Disciplinary Committee of failing to apply objectivity in not imposing a sanction on Carrick Rangers and putting the east Antrim club out of the Premiership.
The Northern Ireland Football League has postponed Tuesday's crucial Ballinamallard v Institute relegation play-off after questions were raised over player eligibility and touchline bans.
Warrenpoint Town manager Barry Gray has slammed the standard of refereeing in Northern Ireland after a shocking decision from Carrickfergus official Ross Dunlop led to his side's relegation on Saturday.
We haven’t wanted to get caught up in any hype this week, though the boys fully understand how important this game is.
Portadown interim manager Pat McGibbon feels his players need to realise the position the club is in after their 2-0 defeat at Warrenpoint Town on Saturday.
Barry Gray believes that Premiership survival can change the fortunes of Warrenpoint Town - if he can get players to go the distance for him.
Barry Gray isn't concerned at facing the team with the longest unbeaten record in the league as his Warrenpoint Town side go in search of a desperately needed victory.
There was no hiding the importance of Saturday's three points for Ballinamallard United midfielder Shane McCabe as his side secured the win from their bottom of the table clash against Warrenpoint Town at Ferney Park.
Carrick Rangers manager Gary Haveron bemoaned the decision of referee Keith Kennedy to send off Aaron Smyth in the second-half of a match his side were cruising in on Saturday.
Warrenpoint Town skipper John Boyle is confident his side can put a significant dent in Linfield's title challenge. The Blues need to win at Milltown to keep Crusaders within their sights as the title race hots up but they will get no favours from a side that is hoping to perform the great escape.
Warrenpoint Town boss Barry Gray admits that anything they get from tomorrow night's game against Linfield will be a bonus but the Premiership's basement side have momentum.
Warrenpoint Town boss Barry Gray hopes his side can drag Portadown deeper into the relegation mire this afternoon.
Glenavon defender Kris Lindsay is targeting second position in the Danske Bank Premiership table come the end of the season after his side moved to within a point of third-placed Cliftonville with victory over Warrenpoint Town on Saturday.
Despite remaining seven points clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership after a last-gasp draw at Warrenpoint on Saturday, Crusaders would rather be fighting tooth and nail to retain their title.
Barry Gray's feet were still firmly on the ground after his Warrenpoint Town side's win over 10-man Carrick Rangers lifted them off the bottom of the Danske Bank Premiership table.
Conor McDonald's second-half header was enough to see Warrenpoint Town leapfrog 10-man Carrick Rangers and rise from the bottom of the Danske Bank Premiership table.
Warrenpoint Town boss Barry Gray claims tonight's basement scrap against Carrick Rangers will not decide the relegation battle as the bottom two in the Danske Bank Premiership meet in a crucial clash at Seaview.
Andrew Mitchell slammed the brakes on Warrenpoint Town's survival charge at Stangmore Park last night.
Another commanding performance from Warrenpoint Town saw them move to within a point of Ballinamallard, Dungannon and Carrick as they cruised past the Mallards last night.
Barry Gray has shrugged off suggestions that Warrenpoint Town's remarkable revival is all down to the new signings that arrived during January.
Barry Gray has described Warrenpoint Town's next three Premiership fixtures as 'huge' and the Milltown boss is adamant that everyone in his squad deserves credit for their tremendous turnaround and not just those who have joined since the opening of the January...
Danske Bank Premiership wins are like buses for Warrenpoint Town at the minute - you wait months for one to arrive and then two come in the space of four days as they took all three points at home to Portadown last night after their triumph over Coleraine at the weekend.
There was no farewell goal for Cliftonville-bound striker Daniel Hughes as basement side Warrenpoint Town were held to a draw at home to nearest rivals Carrick Rangers.
Gary Haveron has pinpointed victory over Warrenpoint Town today as crucial in Carrick Rangers' quest to win their fight against relegation.
The Glenavon fans turned up for a pre-Christmas party at Mourneview Park, expecting to see their team win a seventh successive game at home against opponents who had lost their last 13 matches.
Daniel Hughes last night sealed a dream move to Cliftonville but is determined to kick-start Warrenpoint Town's survival bid before he departs.
Cliftonville have beaten Linfield to the signature of Daniel Hughes.
Barry Gray has declared his intention to remain as manager of Warrenpoint Town until the club's board decide otherwise.
Barry Gray admits relegation is staring Warrenpoint in the face after they slumped to a heavy defeat in the battle of the league's bottom two.
Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter heaped praise on Jordan Forsythe after the winger scored twice to help Crusaders stay five points clear at the top of the table following Saturday's 3-1 win over bottom side Warrenpoint Town.
Warrenpoint Town manager Barry Gray has called on his players to stand up and be counted after Glentoran condemned them to their seventh league defeat in a row with a late goal at Milltown.
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