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Championship: Around the grounds

Knockbreda will play Bangor at Seaview in the semi-finals of the Coca-Cola Intermediate Cup on Wednesday 2 April. Institute will play Armagh City in the other semi-final at Mill Meadow in Castledawson on Tuesday 1 April.

Ballyclare Comrades have parted company with talented defender Andrew Doyle. The highly rated central defender was sent off in Ballyclare's 5-0 defeat to Crusaders in the Irish Cup earlier this month.
 

Loughgall will travel to Dixon Park to face Ballyclare Comrades on Tuesday night (7.45pm) in the Belfast Telegraph Championship One. Loughgall and Ballyclare should have enough points to avoid the drop, but both will be aiming to secure a place in mid-table.
 

Harland & Wolff  Welders have announced a partnership with junior club, Harland Youth. The chairman of Harland Youth, William Sale said: "Harland Youth is very excited at the prospect of working closely with Harland & Wolff Welders and forging strong links.
"Like ourselves Harland & Wolff Welders has an excellent reputation in identifying, developing and nurturing young footballers to reach their potential.
"We would like to thank Harland & Wolff Welders for giving us this opportunity and we look forward to pressing ahead with the plans for the future."
 

Moyala Park are in Belfast Telegraph Championship Two action on Tuesday night. They welcome Tobermore United to Castledawson for a 7.45pm kick-off, with United fighting against the drop out of the football league. At the same time, Armagh City play Queen's University Belfast at Holm Park.

Belfast Telegraph


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