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Matt Cooper, Grange Rangers
Matt Cooper, Grange Rangers
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The season may only be a grand total of three weeks old - yet staggeringly, Colin Valley are preparing to do battle with fellow Division 1B outfit Bloomfield for the THIRD time already!
It’s no secret that Stephen Donald has brought some of the key players from his reign at Islandmagee with him in his latest venture at Wellington Rec. However, he claims that to focus on them as the reason why the club currently sit atop Division 1A with a 100 per...
Most managers would be overjoyed to lead their team to a 6-0 Steel & Sons Cup victory over their derby rivals, but perhaps the fact that Harland & Welders boss Gary Smyth seemed unmoved by it all says everything about the level of his expectations this season.
Four years ago Ryan Harpur was ready to call time on his Irish League career.
Gary Hamilton's Glenavon were last night struck once more by the curse of Mourneview Park!
Teenage striker Jamie McGonigle's late winner landed Coleraine a first victory over the Mallards in 13 attempts.
He never played a competitive match on a Sunday during an illustrious career, but Linfield legend Peter Dornan wants tomorrow's Danske Bank Premiership clash between Warrenpoint Town and Cliftonville to be a catalyst in Irish League football.
Allan Jenkins' goal two minutes from time rescued a point for Ballymena United at the Showgrounds and could well have saved manager Glenn Ferguson his job.
Glenavon are closing in on the signing of Ards left-back Kyle Buckley.
Whitey Anderson is calling for judgment to be reserved on his new-look Ballinamallard United team.
Jonny Tuffey has revealed how he and his Glenavon team-mates have taken confidence from defeat.
Warren Feeney believes that his table-topping Linfield team can get even better — because he is improving as a manager.
Glenn Ferguson has labelled tonight's clash with Carrick Rangers as a must-win game for Ballymena United.
Manchester United’s young star Paddy McNair has been put forward as the player the boys representing Northern Ireland in the inaugural Club NI International Cup should be trying to emulate.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill has announced his squad for the Euro 2016 qualifiers against Faroe Islands and Hungary.
Colin Coates is normally focused on the race for the Danske Bank Premiership title but this week he's helping to promote a very different sport.
County Antrim Shield holders Cliftonville will be hoping that history repeats itself after being drawn to face Championship 1 side Ballyclare Comrades in the first round of this season's competition.
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