Championship round-ups, February 8
Yet again, the weather caused havoc with the fixtures, but two of the main Intermediate A protagonists saw action as both Dollingstown and Camlough Rovers squeezed three points each.
Ian Gregg, Wakehurst
Gareth Officer, Lower Shankill
Lee Scott (right), Bangor YM
Ardglass player-manager Chris Deegan admits his side are going into unknown territory against Tobermore United in the Intermediate Cup fifth round this weekend, but he is looking forward to their bid to land a place in the last eight of the competition.
After a year on the sidelines, Oxford Sunnyside midfielder James Donnelly has fittingly learnt to look on the bright side, but he believes even the most pessimistic player would have difficulty in having anything other than a positive outlook towards the Mid Ulster club.
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The latest fixtures for the week beginning February 10
With yet another wet weekend causing havoc on the DAWFL fixtures, it is another depleted set of results to report on.
Northern Ireland's Under 18 Schoolboy team got their season off to a fantastic start with two comprehensive wins on their tour of the Channel Islands.
Carrick Rangers fans are voting for their best ever 'Rangers XI' on their official website. Recently the Amber Army selected Paul Heatley as their left winger, ahead of the legendary Michael Hughes.
Bangor midfielder Mark Cooling confessed that finding out that his club had not applied for promotion was a bitter blow.
Queen's University manager Peter Thompson is hoping that his clubs' remarkable Irish Cup run will attract more players to the club.
Abbey Villa boss TJ Young believes the Northern Amateur Football League might have a got little too big for its own good.
They may have earned themselves an Irish Cup quarter-final trip to face tournament favourites Crusaders with this 2-1 win over derby rivals Carrick Rangers, but victorious manager Eddie Hill insists this is just the latest bonus in a season that keeps on giving.
Jim Ervin's Irish Cup story contains the full range of emotions.
Kevin Keegan had the shine taken off his big Irish Cup moment 10 years ago. Now, a decade on from winning the trophy, he wants to enjoy another big day.
Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall described the decision to rule out Marcelo Bosch's try just before half-time as a "game-changer" as they saw their LV= Cup hopes dashed by Northampton at Franklin's Gardens.
Scotland head coach Scott Johnson refused to point the finger of blame at stand-off Duncan Weir after his blunder cut the legs away from an impressive Dark Blues display against France.
Ireland can face down history and sweep to RBS 6 Nations title glory in Paris next weekend, according to Brian O'Driscoll.
World number one Tiger Woods put his back problem well behind him to shoot the round of the week on Doral's Blue Monster course and put himself in contention for an eighth WGC-Cadillac Championship.