• Kilcoo go for last four

    DOWN triumvirate of Kilcoo, Bredagh and Drumgath are in Ulster club championship action this Sunday and all three have realistic ambitions of making their respective semi-finals.
  • Comber in control

    NO real Halloween fireworks as Comber put a bonfire under Killyleagh’s ambition of a victory over their derby rivals.
  • Kilmore need big change in fortune

    AFTER a week’s break, Kilmore were back in action at home at Robert Adams Park against a good St Patrick’s side and following three defeats in a row, the Rec were anxious to put a stop to their bad run of form.
  • Lynch leads Newcastle home

    SATURDAY saw the first race in the Athletics Northern Ireland Cross Country League.
  • Drumaness 147 see off Grinders in final

    THE Brannigan Cup has produced some terrific matches over the years, but this Drumaness derby was right up there with the best as Drumaness 147 defeated their clubmates, the Grinders, in a sensational match.
  • There’s all to play for in Diehard Dinghy Series

    A COLD, crisp autumn afternoon with steady easterly breezes saw 17 competitors take to the water in the penultimate week of the Diehard Dinghy Series at Killyleagh Yacht Club.