New two-year deal for Coleraine's Kearney to fight off interest from Cliftonville
Oran Kearney's stunning achievements with Coleraine this season will earn him a two-year extension to his contract.
Linfield to do it at last: Paul Leeman
For the players involved in the last-day drama as the Danske Bank Premiership title race reaches a thrilling climax on Saturday, it will be a nervous and tense afternoon.
Kyle Neill preparing to step down from Irish League stage
Kyle Neill has confirmed he's quitting top flight football at the end of this season.
Linfield unveil potential party plan
Linfield have invited supporters to Windsor Park on Saturday evening for a title winning party - if David Healy's side are crowned champions.
Schoolkids' final flourish adds up to a top class day
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Bailie: Linfield have staged one of the best ever fight-backs
Linfield legend Noel Bailie has doffed his cap to David Healy's braves, who are within touching distance of landing their first Danske Bank Premiership title in five years.
Cliftonville and Ballymena United striving for home advantage in the lucrative play-offs
Cliftonville and Ballymena United both have a chance of staking a claim for a Europa League play-off bonus on what is sure to be a dramatic final day of Danske Bank Premiership action on Saturday.
Ballymena confident of ending on real high with Euro spot: Kane
Versatile Tony Kane believes Ballymena United have peaked just at the right time.
Enthusiastic David Healy 'has brought back the Linfield way'
Linfield legend Alan Dornan says David Healy's passion for youth development convinces him the club is moving firmly in the right direction.
New deal for Northern Ireland hero Healy as Linfield eye the treble
Linfield manager David Healy is set to be rewarded with a new contract by the club's board with the Blues intent on building on his achievements this season.
Tommy Breslin returns to Cliftonville in push for Euro place
Tommy Breslin says he's not interested in becoming Cliftonville manager again and he regards taking charge until the end of the season as a positive response to the club's call for help.
Kane family to juggle wedding priorities on Irish Cup final day
It's Match of the Day times two for the Kane family from Coleraine next month.
Northern Ireland shirt worn by teenage George Best expected to go for more than £5,000 at...
A number seven Northern Ireland shirt worn by a teenage George Best at Windsor Park more than half a century ago is expected to fetch at least £5,000 at an auction next month.
Lawlor calms fears as Blues fans buy tickets for Reds end
The chairmen of Cliftonville and Linfield have insisted that safety is of paramount importance for Saturday's title decider at Solitude amid concerns that Blues fans may try to gain entry to the home stand for the crunch clash.
Shiels calls for focus as Candystripes aim to lift gloom
Derry City are aiming for their first win in five league games when they face Limerick at Maginn Park tonight (7.45pm). The Candystripes stopped a run of four successive defeats with a draw at Sligo Rovers on Saturday, but manager Kenny Shiels and his players are eager to get...
Crusaders now need a massive helping hand from Cliftonville, admits Beverland
Crusaders' players, management and fans will find themselves in a most unusual position on Saturday - desperately hoping that their north Belfast rivals, Cliftonville, do them a massive favour.
Finish the job, proud David Healy tells Linfield players
David Healy has urged his Linfield players to complete their title mission this weekend and remain on course for a dream treble.
Linfield boss David Healy excited about return to dugout for the final push
David Healy's timing is simply perfect.
No papering over Glentoran cracks from honest Curtis Allen
Glentoran striker Curtis Allen bagged a glorious double at the Oval, but admitted his team requires major surgery.
Jonny Tuffey targeting more European rewards for Glenavon
Jonny Tuffey is hopeful that Glenavon's big-game experience will hold them in good stead for the play-offs.
Carrick Rangers boss can't find the words after suffering Dungannon Swifts mauling
Frustrated Aaron Callaghan was left speechless after struggling Carrick collapsed at Stangmore Park.
Rover and out as boss Gerard Lyttle quits Cliftonville for Sligo
Cliftonville have kicked off the search for a new manager after Gerard Lyttle's decision to leave the club and head south to revive Sligo Rovers' fortunes.
Linfield are primed to take full advantage of any late slip-up, warns Lowry
Stephen Lowry says Crusaders deserve credit for holding onto top spot in the Danske Bank Premiership but he has also warned them that Linfield will take the title fight right to the wire.
Barry McNamee's return will be sweet for Candystripes
Derry City are hoping to have Barry McNamee available for this evening's game against Sligo Rovers as they attempt to end a run of four successive defeats.
Owens boys ready to do battle
Kyle Owens says he can live with a bit of family tension if he upsets his big brother Jordan in today's huge Danske Bank Premiership clash at the Ballymena Showgrounds.
Ards are looking up after Ruddy strikes late to deny Mallards
A Michael Ruddy goal in the 90th minute secured all three points for Ards at Ferney Park last night.
Cliftonville boss Gerard Lyttle leaves for Sligo Rovers
Cliftonville manager Gerard Lyttle has resigned from the club and taken up a new post at Sligo Rovers.
O'Neill still ignoring title hat-trick hype
Goalkeeper Sean O'Neill admits he has no intentions of becoming caught up in any title winning hype - even with only two games remaining.
Clinching a European spot is the only spur Bannsiders need, maintains McGonigle
Coleraine's Jamie McGonigle admits he is not concerned about the race for the Danske Bank Premiership title as he's more focused on earning his team a place in the Europa League.
Jenkins craving more after toasting 250th game for Sky Blues
Allan Jenkins has spoken of his pride at making 250 appearances for Ballymena United and he's not worried about that special chapter in his career coming to a close.
Glackin thrilled to rediscover golden touch
Dungannon Swifts star Jamie Glackin believes he is back to his best form - and has left the frustration of last season firmly behind him.
Ards reaping benefit of putting in the hard yards, insists Nixon
Ards boss Colin Nixon says hard work is the secret behind their successful Premiership survival mission and he's already making plans to make the north Down club a more formidable force next season.
Currie the ideal man to lead Ports back to the top flight: Henderson
Midfielder Niall Henderson believes Portadown have the right man at the helm in manager Niall Currie to make the club a force again.
Crues won't let title slip away: O'Neill
Sean O'Neill says Crusaders will hold their nerve as the Danske Bank Premiership title race reaches a thrilling climax.
Sad night as Portadown relegated from top flight
You'd have thought Portadown Football Club had won the Premiership title on Tuesday night, instead of being ousted from the top echelons and into the shadows of the Championship.
Healy is hoping for quick recovery by captain Mulgrew
Linfield captain Jamie Mulgrew is a doubt for Saturday's Premiership game with Coleraine after what his manager described as a "shocking challenge" in their 3-0 win over Glenavon.
We can't afford any distractions if we're to hold off the Blues: Heatley
Crusaders goal hero Paul Heatley insists his team will not be looking over their shoulder now that the Danske Bank Premiership title race is down to the final two games.
Crusaders keep a frim grip on title thriller at Seaview
Crusaders boss Stephen Baxter hailed his team following this pulsating Danske Premiership clash at Seaview. Little Paul Heatley's classy double helped the Shore Road boys maintain their one point lead over Linfield at the top of the table - with two to play - prompting Baxter to...
Ports relegated as Currie vows return to top flight
It was a cruel twist of fate that Niall Currie's former club Ards were the team that put the final nail in Portadown's Premiership coffin. Currie spent five seasons at Ards, fighting against the odds to make the homeless club a genuine top-flight force.
Smyth head over heels as Linfield keep up the pressure
Linfield's winning run goes on, but the prize of top spot in the Danske Bank Premiership still eludes them.
Ballymena shaping up for Euro play-offs as Reds slump
Ballymena United dealt a shattering blow to Cliftonville's fading hopes of automatic European qualification with a crushing victory at the Showgrounds.
Glentoran battle back as spirited Carrick put to sword
Curtis Allen's close range finish, nine minutes from time, saw Gary Haveron's side to a 2-1 victory over his former club Carrick Rangers, as they stay in the race for seventh place.
Mitchell at the double to boost Dungannon's Euro play-off bid
Andrew Mitchell struck twice as Dungannon Swifts tightened their grip on seventh with a 4-1 victory at Ferney Park last night.
Crusaders have kept the destination of the Gibson Cup in their own hands going into the final two matches of a thrilling Danske Bank Premiership title race.
Currie believes Reds-bound Breen will be a huge loss to Ports revival
Niall Currie has spoken of his disappointment that centre-half Garry Breen won't be part of his rebuilding job at Portadown.
Haveron preparing to wield axe in summer shake-up at The Oval
Gary Haveron has admitted Glentoran are facing a summer of change.
Addis can aid Swifts' Euro push, says McAree
Rodney McAree has backed veteran goalkeeper Stuart Addis to prove a safe pair of hands for Dungannon Swifts.
Jeffrey wants Sky Blues to rise to the task in end-of-term clashes
Ballymena United boss David Jeffrey is demanding his boys stand up to the top six challenge.
Crues can handle title heat: Burns
Billy Joe Burns believes that no-one should ever question the character in the Crusaders dressing room.
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