Championship round-ups, February 15
Lisanally Rangers’ pitch was the only one in the A division that survived the inspections and they took full advantage as they secured three points by beating Broomhill 3-1.
For all the latest tables and results:
Bangor manager Garth Scates believes Warrenpoint Town showed the Seasiders a lack of respect, in the original cup tie.
Larne manager David McAlinden was furious with his players, after they crashed out of the Coca-Cola Intermediate Cup, losing 3-0 to in form Bangor at Clandeboye Park on Saturday.
The latest fixtures for the week beginning, February 16.
Crumlin Star scored a major psychological blow against their potential title rivals Malachians with a 3-1 Clarence Cup victory over them on Saturday, yet winning manager Sean Brown is ruling out all possibility of his boys completing a league and cup double in their first ever Premier Division season.
The ‘W’ in the DAWFL must be getting extremely close to standing for ‘Washout’, with the weather once again resulting in all league competition fixtures being cancelled.
The Irish Football Association and Elite Performance Director Jim Magilton have launched their Club NI scheme, which aims to bring the best young players in Northern Ireland together at a young age.
Banbridge AFC’s quest to claim their first points of the season continues… and so does the positive attitude they hope will help them achieve their target by the end of the campaign.
Ballyclare outfit Grange Rangers are still in the promotion race at the top of 2B, but their manager Paul McAllister fears they will be punished for their failure to beat the division's lesser sides.
Wakehurst are in action this Tuesday night. They face Glebe Rangers at Mill Meadow in Castledawson in an important Belfast Telegraph Championship Two game. Only two points separate the two mid-table sides.
Nortel manager Paul Foy is only too aware of the importance of their forthcoming top-of-the table clash with Ards Rangers. The only problem is, he feels his players may be too.
Ballinamallard United boss Whitey Anderson has suggested local football chiefs should consider introducing a winter break.
Dungannon Swifts manager Darren Murphy has told his players not to take their eye off their league form – or risk being dropped from the team.
Declan Caddell hopes Richard Clarke will be the key piece in Crusaders' title-winning jigsaw.
WILLIAM Murphy believes that he and Glenavon's army of 30-somethings are laying the foundations for a bright future at Mourneview Park.
Matthew Tipton insists it's time for cool heads at Windsor Park as Linfield fight to wrestle the Gibson Cup back off Cliftonville.
Allan Jenkins hopes Ballymena United can use their magnificent Irish Cup win over Linfield as a springboard to consolidating their position in the Premiership's top six.
One look at Crusaders' record so far in the 2013-14 campaign is enough to satisfy Stephen Baxter that his Crusaders team is having a good season.
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.