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Poll: What is your favourite sporting moment of 2017?

It has been another big year for sport across Northern Ireland. We've got our thinking caps to pick some of the top moments and we want to know which one was your favourite.

Did Jonathan Rea's third consecutive World Superbikes title cap the year for you or were the celebrations caused when Stuart Dallas rippled the Azerbaijan net better than anything else?

It could be for the sporting significance of the moment or it could even be a more personal reason like Michael Conlan's professional boxing debut making your St Patrick's night out even more special.

Whichever one you pick, let us know why in the comments on the Belfast Telegraph Sport facebook page or tweet us @BelTel_Sport. To help with your decision, a few of our reporters picked their top moment:

Jim Gracey, Belfast Telegraph Sports Editor -  Jonathan Rea's third World title: "It's an incredible achievement for Jonathan to do something that nobody has ever managed before and has brought recognition that he thoroughly deserves."

Paul Ferguson, Sunday Life Sports Editor - Stuart Dallas' late goal to seal Northern Ireland's 1-0 win in Azerbaijan: "That goal put Northern Ireland in a great position in the group. It was just what was needed at a crucial time and was the moment that they believed they were going to make it to the World Cup play-offs."

Gareth Hanna, Digital Sports Reporter - Ireland's defeat of England in the final game of the Six Nations: "That felt special for me, probably because I was on a stag-do in Carlingford and it really sparked the weekend."

Jill Goligher, Digital Reporter - Daryl Gurney's World Grand Prix title: "Being from Londonderry, it's great to see someone from the city achieve so much. I've kept an eye on Daryl's upcoming career and everyone in the town is behind him. It's exciting to see where he can go from here."

So now it's time to have your say:

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