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Glentoran learn home truths as unbeaten run is ended by Portadown
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Cliftonville play like champions in win against Linfield
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Tony Kane's new deal completes great day for Ballymena United
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Hard work paying off for Warrenpoint Town: John Boyle
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Stephen Baxter praises Crusaders stars after Ards rout
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Ford boss John McGrath demands more despite comfortable cup victory
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Irish Cup: Marc Robinson happy for Derriaghy to be labelled outsiders
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Winless Dromara Village boss Kyle Rendall staying upbeat over league hopes
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Mid Ulster League round-up November 30
Away victories for both Lower Maze (at Seapatrick) and Tandragee Rovers (at Lisanally Rangers) saw both clubs leapfrog Dollingstown at the top of the Intermediate A Division. Broomhill and Fivemiletown United also moved up the table after they both won.
Carnbane League round-up November 30
In the Carnbane (Newry and Mourne) Football League, Bessbrook United and Orchard City will contest Boxing Day's grand final of the Kehoe Cars Bessbrook Cup.
Fermanagh & Western League round-up November 30
With defending champions and current Division 1 leaders Enniskillen Town United not in action at the weekend, Lisbellaw United had a chance to close the gap at the top.
Down Area Winter Football League round-up November 30
In the DAWFL Premier Division, Moat Park Rangers rebounded from their first defeat last weekend with a 10-1 home win over Comber Star.
Championship: Around the grounds
Loughgall will have the opportunity to gain revenge on their rivals Armagh City on Saturday, when the two sides meet at Holm Park in the Irish Cup. Armagh beat the Villagers 2-1 last month at Lakeview in the Bob Radcliffe Cup semi-final. Armagh will play Dollingstown in the final on Boxing Day.
Ballymena & Provincial League round-up November 30
Only one league game was scheduled in the Intermediate Division – Carniny Amateurs at home to league leaders Brantwood. Brantwood won the game 3-0, with goals scored by Mark McCann in the 72nd minute, Ryan McAuley in the 85th minute and Steven Bainbridge in the 90th minute.
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