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Cricket: Lurgan seam-bowling great Alan Johnston passes away

Alan Johnston, one of the finest seam bowlers in NCU cricket history, has passed away at the age of just 63.

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Mon of the Match Steve Davis wraps his arms around Jamie Ward, who struck on two minutes to make it 1-0. 
Picture by Jonathan Porter/PressEye.com

OPINION: With our Captain Fantastic, anything is possible for Northern Ireland

As Portugal showed in France last summer, it doesn’t take a great deal of quality to succeed in international football.

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Lurgan captain Charlene Hull.

HOCKEY: Lurgan crowned Ulster Premier League champions

Lurgan were crowned Ulster Premier League champions for the second year in a row after coming from behind to defeat Queen’s University 3-1 and complete back-to-back titles.

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Lurgan Ladies goalkeeper Suzie Taylor wants to bring the Ulster Premier League title race to an end at her side's home pitch. Pic: Rowland White / PressEye

HOCKEY: Lurgan desperate to end title race at home

Lurgan Ladies HC are fast becoming used to lifting major trophies - but they’re still desperate for a fresh take on league success.

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Colin Malone guided Lurgan Celtic into last season's Tennent's Irish Cup semi-final against Linfield. Pic: PressEye

Malone points to difference in ‘vision’ as boss leaves Lurgan Celtic

Former Lurgan Celtic manager Colin Malone says a difference in ‘vision’ was his reason for stepping down from the club this week.

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Jamie McGonigle 
celebrates after scoring to make it 2-1 to Coleraine 
during Saturday's match at Mourneview Park. 

Photo by TONY HENDRON/PRESSEYE.COM

It’s first blood to Coleraine

Coleraine may have gained a slight psychological edge ahead of next month’s Irish Cup semi final following this win over Glenavon.

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Coleraines Steven Douglas and Glenavons James Gray challenge for the ball.

IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine up to third after win at Glenavon

Glenavon 1 Coleraine 2

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Oran Kearney wants his teams to maintain their focus. Photo Mark Marlow/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: It’s one game at a time says Coleraine boss

It may be a worn out cliché, but Coleraine boss Oran Kearney is determined to make sure his side take it one game at a time.

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Peter Cummins

Waringstown lad gets Golf Scholarship to US University

Waringstown lad Peter Cummins, a Southern Regional College student has been handpicked to study at Rodgers State University Oklahoma, USA on a Golf Scholarship.

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Glenavon's David Elbert
celebrates after scoring to make it 1-0
during Saturday's win over Dungannon. 
Photo by TONY HENDRON/Presseye.com.

IRISH LEAGUE: There’s beauty in the back line for Glenavon boss

Gary Hamilton’s love of the ball hitting the back of the net led to a career as one of the most feared forwards in the modern Irish League.

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Glenavon's Assistant Manager Paul Millar.  Photographer - Matt Mackey / Press Eye

Millar’s message of gratitude to Irish League football family

Paul Millar has expressed his thanks to the football family for such widespread and heartfelt backing during a time of personal grief.

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Glenavon fans and players will be hoping the Irish Cup celebrations continue at the semi-finals. Pic by Pacemaker.

IRISH CUP: Club and Ticketmaster the outlets for Glenavon semi-final sales

Tickets for Glenavon’s Irish Cup semi-final go on sale today (Wednesday) from Mourneview Park and via Ticketmaster.

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The post split fixtures for the Danske Bank Premiership have been announced.

IRISH LEAGUE: NIFL confirm post-split Premiership fixtures

The Northern Ireland Football League Premiership Management Committee has confirmed the post-split fixtures for the Danske Bank Premiership.

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Sir Alex Ferguson will be in Lurgan in April. Pic: PRESS ASSOCIATION

Sir Alex Ferguson set for Northern Ireland appearance

Legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson is set for Northern Ireland next month.

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How many did you get right?

Quiz: can you identify these European football clubs by their nicknames?

Nicknames are either funny, confusing or sometimes downright nonsensical. Football clubs are no different.

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Coleraine's Eoin Bradley celebrates after he scored the opener in his side's win over Coleraine

IN PICTURES: 10 of the best photos from Irish League matches at the weekend

It was another action packed weekend in the Irish League with wins for Ards, leaders Crusaders, Coleraine, Glenavon and Ballymena.
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David Elebert breaks the deadlock against Dungannon Swifts. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Glenavon seal top-six spot as Dungannon Swifts slump to derby defeat

Glenavon’s season-long pursuit of top-six security in the Danske Bank Premiership standings was effectively cemented after just 30 minutes of the derby date with Dungannon Swifts.

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David Elebert breaks the deadlock for Glenavon against Dungannon Swifts. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Glenavon too strong for Dungannon Swifts to seal top-six league spot

In the meeting of two Irish Cup semi-final sides, Glenavon produced a derby performance that cemented a top-six finish in the Danske Bank Premiership at Dungannon Swifts’ expense.

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Glenavon's Joel Cooper
 put in a starring performance against Portadown.
Photo by TONY HENDRON/Presseye.com.

IRISH LEAGUE: Team play at heart of Glenavon’s five-star show

Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton called on his players to “grab the spotlight” before Saturday’s Irish Cup quarter-final at Shamrock Park.

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Rodney McAree. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Points and pride at stake for Glenavon and Dungannon in derby date

Irish Cup glory remains a goal for both Glenavon and Dungannon Swifts but league points provide the prize this weekend at Mourneview Park as the focus turns to a top-six push.

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