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RUGBY: Lurgan Tigers Christmas Party

The Lurgan Tigers will be holding a Christmas Party at Lurgan Rugby Club on Friday 15 November.

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New Sarsfield's manager Kieran Robinson.

GAA: New manager for Sarsfields

Former Clann Eireann manager Kieran Robinson - who has been appointed to the vacant Sarsfields post following the news that Johnny Niblock has moved to Desertmartin - has promised to place a big emphasis on youth as he attempts to bring the High Moss club back to the top flight of Armagh football, writes Eugene Creaney.

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Ulster's Tommy Bowe suffered a hamstring injury against Harlequins

RUGBY: Ulster could consider Jacob Stockdale at centre

British Lion Tommy Bowe has been ruled out of Ulster’s  European Champions Cup match in Belfast against Harlequins.

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Launch of Senior Sports Awards at Rushmere Shopping Centre �Edward Byrne Photography

SPORTS AWARDS: Search is on for stars

Nominations are now being accepted for the Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council Senior Sports Awards sponsored by Rushmere Shopping Centre.

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Christopher Jenks scores Lurgans opening try on Saturday.

RUGBY: Excellent Lurgan see off Donaghadee

Lurgan sat top of the league in Kukri Qualifying 3 with ten wins out of ten played, nine of these were bonus point wins, as they welcomed second placed Donaghadee, who also had 10 wins out of ten but with three less bonus point wins.

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The Cookstown 100 will be the first Irish National road race in 2018.

Irish road race dates confirmed for 2018

The Cookstown 100 will kick-start the Irish National road racing season next year following confirmation of the 2018 schedule at the MCUI Inter Centre Conference over the weekend.

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Jonathan Rea

Jonathan Rea makes BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017 shortlist

Three times World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea has been included on the BBC Sports Personality of the Year shortlist
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Glenn Irwin on a sombre podium at the Macau Grand Prix with runner-up Peter Hickman (left) and Michael Rutter.

Macau GP: Irwin wins as race marred by fatal crash

Northern Ireland’s Glenn Irwin has claimed his maiden victory in Saturday’s tragedy-hit Macau Grand Prix.
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Announcing Vauxhall's sixth year as title sponsor of the International North West 200 are Simon Oldfield, Vauxhall's Marketing Director, Martin Jessopp, NW200 Supersport and Supertwins race winner and Event Director, Mervyn Whyte.

Vauxhall confirmed as title sponsors of North West 200 for sixth year

Vauxhall will continue as title sponsors of the North West 200 in 2018 for a sixth consecutive year.

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Robyn McKee, Queen's battles with Lauren Wright and Emma Lindsay, Lurgan in last year's final.

HOCKEY: Duo set to meet again in Shield final

Lurgan will meet Queen’s in a repeat of last year’s Denman Ulster Shield final on Boxing Day after comfortably seeing off Mossley and Banbridge in yesterday’s semi finals at Stormont.

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Peter Hickman on the Smiths Racing BMW at the Ulster Grand Prix.

Hickman confirms BSB and roads deal with Smiths Racing for 2018

Peter Hickman is aiming to hit the ground running in 2018 after signing with the Gloucester-based Smiths Racing team for a second season.
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WATCH: An upbeat Rory Best on his return to playing with Ulster and what lies ahead

International hooker Rory Best made a timely return to playing last Sunday following a hamstring injury.

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Tommy Bridewell (left) and Richard Cooper are set to make their debuts at the North West 200 in 2018.

NW200: Cooper and Bridewell set for debuts in 2018

Two former British Superbike race winners are set to make their debuts at next year’s international North West 200 with Richard Cooper and Tommy Bridewell preparing to tackle the Triangle course.

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Marathon man

Mark’s run for Kidney Care UK

A Waringstown man Mark Gordon, who works as a Banbridge financial advisor has kicked off his fundraising effort for charity Kidney Care UK.

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Kawasaki's Jonathan Rea can clinch an unprecedented third World Superbike crown this weekend in France.

WSBK: Rea keeping his focus as world title looms

Victory in Saturday’s opening World Superbike race will see Jonathan Rea crowned champion for an unprecedented third year in a row.

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Jonathan Rea topped the times in free practice at Magny-Cours in France on Friday.

WSBK: Title-chaser Rea dominates Friday free practice

Jonathan Rea made the perfect start to the weekend at Magny-Cours in France as the Kawasaki rider set the pace in free practice.

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Sweeping changes have been introduced to the practice and race schedule for next year's MCE Ulster Grand Prix.

ULSTER GP: Dundrod 150 axed amidst sweeping changes for 2018

The Dundrod 150 National races have been axed from next year’s MCE Insurance Ulster Grand Prix amidst sweeping changes for 2018.

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Pictured at the Hockey Ireland EY Hockey League Launch at the Giants Causeway are 

(left to right): Shane O'Donoghue of Glenanne, James Lorimer of Lisnagarvey, Gillian Pinder of Pembroke Wanderers and Chloe Brown of Ards.

EY Hockey League ready for big opening weekend

The third edition of the EY Hockey League (EYHL) gets off to a belated start this weekend as the elite men’s and women’s competition look to hit the ground running.

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Carl Frampton

BOXING: Carl Frampton reveals date and venue for his return to the ring

Carl Frampton will return to action on November 18 at the SSE Arena in Belfast.
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Annabel Wilson won the 2015 Irish Girl's Close Amateur Championship at Galway Bay Golf Club. Picture by Pat Cashman

GOLF: Annabel secures high scores on and off the course

After taking a month off competing to focus on her GCSEs, Lurgan golfer Annabel Wilson proved she is back to her best with a second-place finish at the Ladies’ British Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship.

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