SPORTS

  • Kilcoo come up short in decider

    SLAUGHTNEIL completed a unique historic treble of Ulster football, hurling and camogie titles as they denied Kilcoo a first ever provincial club title at Armagh on Sunday.
  • Barry’s agony after bad Border break

    DOWNPATRICK’S Barry Treacy will miss the Christmas Border Cup final after breaking his leg.
  • Annalong surprise Celtic in Bobby Dalzell Cup semi-finals

    IT was full metal jacket stuff all the way when holders Annalong edged out Celtic Bhoys on penalties after an enthralling Toals Bobby Dalzell Cup semi-final at Bear Park on Saturday.
  • Down mourns Joe Lennon

    TRIBUTES have been paid to former Down All-Ireland-winning captain Joe Lennon who passed away last week aged 81.
  • Spa’s best honoured on big night

    SEASON 2016 came to a formal end at Spa Golf Club on Saturday when Attracta Byrne and Michael Megoran were named Golfers of the Year.
  • ‘Hinch fall to rivals

    THERE had been overnight concerns that the main pitch at Ballymacarn Park might still be frozen, but an inspection at 11am resulted in the ground being declared playable due to the rise in the temperature.

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