Five up front
Chris Cowden, Bloomfield
Chris Cowden, Bloomfield
Annagh United's Irish Cup dream came to an end on Saturday when they lost 3-1 to Ballyclare Comrades at Tandragee Road.
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Abbey Villa III and Vision Athletic faced off at Blanchflower in December and, on that occasion, Villa came away with the three points after a 4-3 victory. When the two sides faced off again at Valentine Playing Fields on Saturday, they were tied at the foot of the league on 10 points and in a relegation scrap that seems like it's going to drag on till May.
Larne midfielder Scott Irvine is still recovering in hospital following Saturday's frightening incident
Armagh City were one of the stories of last season.
Carrick Rangers midfielder Conor McCloskey collected his third trophy of the month, when he picked up the BT Sports NIFWA Championship...
The Irish FA's decision to scrap Irish Cup replays have received a mixed reaction from fans and players alike.
There may be a little more than a hint of déjà vu when Dromara Village and Rathfriland Rangers meet at Bellsbridge in the...
It was something of a mixed weekend for the non-Premiership teams in the Irish Cup at the weekend.
After a disappointing 4-1 defeat to fellow Championship One club Carrick Rangers in this year’s Steel & Sons Cup final, Harland &...
Craig McClean has a strong belief the Seaview trophy cabinet will be unlocked again this season.
Portadown beware! Jamesie Kirk has history when it comes to Irish Cup shocks against the Shamrock Park men and he fancies a repeat.
Even though Bangor hammered Brantwood 8-1 in the Steel & Sons Cup earlier this season, Seasiders winger Jordan Forsythe believes they still need to be on their guard when the two sides clash in the Irish Cup at Clandeboye Park.
David McAlinden believes today's East Antrim derby promises to make for an exciting cup tie.
Coleraine manager Oran Kearney has told his players that they should have the ambition to end this season by lifting the Irish Cup at Windsor Park.
Anyone who has ended up on the losing side on Irish Cup final day knows all about the small margin between glory and despair.
Dungannon Swifts manager Darren Murphy is hoping an Irish Cup run can lift the gloom around Stangmore Park.
Northern Ireland great Michael Hughes wants to see two clubs close to his heart back in the top flight of Irish League football.
Jose Mourinho did not even see the...
Chief executive Tom Fox believes Aston Villa can close the gap on the Premier...
Nick Easter insists England can still open their RBS 6 Nations campaign with...
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