Local Wags - Suzy Gavin
This week's Wag is Suzy Gavin
Carrick Rangers won the BT Sports Northern Ireland Football Writers' Non-Senior Club of the Year award at last Monday's gala dinner at the Ramada.
All things are relative, but it would be fair to say that supporters of Immaculata and Shankill United can be satisfied with what their respective teams have achieved this season.
He may well have played for Rangers, Linfield and Crusaders, but John Douglas says his three years at Tullycarnet has topped the lot.
Rathfern Rangers manager Bill Campbell was honest enough to admit things didn't exactly go to plan this season.
Former Bangor winger Jordan Forsythe has described winning the BT Sports Championship Player of the Year award as one of the best nights of his life.
Belfast Telegraph Championship One new boys Lurgan Celtic have made the first marquee signing of the summer.
As this is our final edition of The Park of the season, it's a good time to reflect on the 2014/15 campaign.
Kelvin OB dealt Tullycarnet the heaviest payback for defeating them in the finals of the Junior Shield and Cochrane Corry Cup, with a victory on Saturday that denies them their chance of Intermediate football next season.
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Only minutes after Glentoran got their hands on the Marie Curie Irish Cup for the 22nd time, the man who masterminded their most famous downfall in the competition bid an emotional farewell to the club that have given him so many happy memories.
This week's Wag is Linda Moody
Mark Miller, Rosemount Rec
Carrick Rangers secured their place in history on Friday night by completing the intermediate treble.
The great and the good of Northern Irish football will be at the Ramada tonight for the BT Sports NI Football Writers' Awards.
Glentoran will be hoping to add to Saturday's Irish Cup success at today's Northern Ireland Boys’ FA finals day.
Bangor manager Jeff Montgomery believes the Seasiders missed out on a place in the Premiership due to small margins.
Rosemount Rec entered this season’s Junior Cup for the bus trips… and now they have one last one to cherish forever.
Looking ahead to the Northern Amateur Football League awards night later this month, manager of new Premier Division champions Ards Rangers, Lee Forsythe, takes a moment to reflect on how differently things might have worked out for him.
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