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Mayweather vs. McGregor - who would win?

The possibility of a fight between U.F.C. champion, Conor McGregor and five weight world boxing champion, Floyd Mayweather Jnr took one step closer to happening this week when the Irish man was granted a boxing licence by the California State Athletic Commission

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Girls from King's Park Primary School enjoying the recent athletics meeting.

King’s Park pupils finish in the honours on league date

Pupils from King’s Park Primary School picked up medal glory across a recent athletics meeting.

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Niamh McSherry. Picture by Pat Cashman.

Niamh is heading State-side next year

Lurgan Golf Club’s Niamh McSherry is hoping to launch a professional career when she heads off to America on a scholarship next year.

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Lurgan's Lauren Wright.

Lurgan ladies’ double delight

Lurgan guaranteed their place in this year’s Ulster Shield final with this convincing 2-0 win over Dungannon at Lisnagarvey on Sunday.

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Instonians Chris Kirk on the attack during thier EY Irish Hickey League draw with Glenanne at: Shaw's Bridge
 on Saturday. (Photo Credit: Rowland White PressEye)

EY HOCKEY: Banbridge steal march on Top Four rivals

Banbridge stole a march on their EYHL rivals with a 2-0 success at Pembroke Wanderers as the rest of the top four all dropped points on Saturday.

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VIDEO: Slideshow special as Maghery defeat Ramor

Maghery added Ulster Club quarter-final success to the landmark Armagh Senior Football Championship title triumph by beating Ramor United.

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Make sure you are safe on your bike this winter by adhering to some simple tips from See.Sense

11 ways to keep safe when cycling this winter

The very thought of winter is enough to put off even the most hardened cyclist.

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The worlds first airbag for cyclists

VIDEO - Check out the world’s first airbag for cyclists

A Swedish firm has designed the world’s first airbag for cyclists.

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Special Olympics Ulster's 'Freezin' for a Reason' project should help raise funds. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

Call to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ in aid of Special Olympics Ulster

Special Olympics Ulster is calling on people from Belfast and beyond to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ this December by participating in their coolest fundraising event of the year.

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In the Long Gallery in Parliament Buildings at the All Part Group On Rugby Breakfast Briefing Reception are Ulster Rugby player Chris Henry, Ulster Rugby CEO Shane Logan, Ulster Rugby player Darren Cave, Arlene Foster MLA and First Minister, Alastair Ross MLA and Junior Minister, and Ulster Rugby player Stuart McCloskey. Photo by John Dickson/DICKSONDIGITAL

RUGBY: Clubs could be set for £20 million boost

Local clubs will be next to benefit from Stormont’s All Party Group on Rugby.

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Anthony Foley. Pic: INPHO/Morgan Treacy

Ulster Rugby to install Kingpsan memorial to Anthony Foley

Ulster Rugby are set to unveil a memorial to Anthony Foley at the Kingspan Stadium.

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Sean Mc Dermotts GAC Maghery celebrate being crowned Armagh Champions

GAA: Historic day for Maghery as they lift Armagh senior title

MAGHERY 1-13 CULLYHANNA 0-13

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Jonathan Rea showed his respect for former Northern Ireland motorcycling world champions Joey Dunlop and Brian Reid when he donned the helmets of both riders immediately after winning the World Superbike Championship in 2015.

Phillip McCallen: It’s impossible to compare Joey and Rea

Eleven-time Isle of Man TT winner Phillip McCallen says it is impossible to make a comparison between World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea and Ulster road racing hero Joey Dunlop.

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John Burrows' Cookstown B.E. Racing team celebrates winning the Irish Superbike and Supertwin championships at Armoy. Derek Sheils (centre) was crowned Superbike champion while Malachi Mitchell-Thomas posthumously won the Ulster Supertwins title. Malachi's father Kevin (kneeling, centre) gave his blessing to the team to continue racing following his son's death at the North West 200 in May.

John Burrows: Death of Malachi Mitchell-Thomas was all-time low for our team

Cookstown B.E. Racing team owner John Burrows admits the tragic death of young prospect Malachi Mitchell-Thomas at this year’s North West 200 left him facing one of the toughest decisions of his career.

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Jonathan Rea on the Kawasaki ZX-10R during free practice at Jerez in Spain.

WSBK: Jonathan Rea hampered by traction issues on day one at Jerez

Jonathan Rea endured a difficult opening day in practice at Jerez ahead of his bid to wrap up a second World Superbike title at the Spanish circuit this weekend.

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Kawasaki rider Jonathan Rea is on the cusp of retaining the World Superbike title.

Jonathan Rea ‘by far the best rider ever from Northern Ireland’

Jeremy McWilliams says Jonathan Rea stands on the brink of achieving the greatest feat in the history of Northern Ireland motorcycle racing by clinching back-to-back World Superbike titles this weekend.

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Michael Taylor, captain of Royal Portrush Golf Club, presents a cheque for �10,000 to Ian Crowe, Chairman of the Air Ambulance NI as Liam Beckett, Albert Kirk, Stephen Ferris, Mervyn Whyte and Adrian Logan look on.

NW200 celebrity golf tournament raises £10,000 for Air Ambulance NI charity

A pro-am celebrity golf tournament held at Royal Portrush Golf Club during this year’s Vauxhall International North West 200 race week in May raised £10,000 for the Air Ambulance NI charity.

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Matthew Bell put in two top performances for Banbridge HC over the weekend.  Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

Duo help Bann to Euro glory

Two local hockey players have a lot to look forward to this season.

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Glenn Irwin will ride the PBM Be Wiser Ducati at the Sunflower Trophy meeting at Bishopscourt.

Glenn Irwin heads Sunflower Trophy line-up on PBM Ducati

British Superbike star Glenn Irwin is set to give Ulster motorcycle fans a real treat as he stakes his claim for the prestigious Sunflower Trophy silverware this month on the factory PBM Be Wiser Ducati.

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Cody Nally (57) and Nikki Coates (65) are among the entries for the Irish Superbike meeting at St Angelo.

Nikki Coates eyes Irish Superbike title at St Angelo

Nikki Coates will make his debut at St Angelo on Saturday in the penultimate round of the Irish and Ulster short circuit championships at the Enniskillen Revival 100 meeting.

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