• Ballykinlar army camp plans


    15 October 2014
    THE army’s links to east Down will be dramatically scaled back next month when a private company takes control of Ballykinlar military base.

SPORTS

  • Drumaness aces in JFC dreamland

    DRUMANESS completed the junior treble after this merited dismissal of Kilclief in a feisty final at Páirc Esler, Newry, on Sunday.
  • Portaferry in club glory bid

    PORTAFERRY booked their place in the AIB Ulster Club Senior Hurling Championship final following their comprehensive win over Lisbellaw from Fermanagh at Clones on Sunday.
  • Pretenders torn apart

    CASTLEWELLAN’S artful dodgers twisted the knife when it counted to send the Premier Division leaders spiralling to their first league defeat of the season at a positively balmy Killyleagh on Saturday.
  • Chances galore missed in derby stalemate

    DRUMANESS are still looking for their first league win of the season after being held to a draw at Robert Adams Park in a full-blooded derby clash.
  • Derby stalemate

    THE new Senior 2 season opened at Malone Park last weekend with a cracking derby tie between Down and newcomers Newcastle.
  • McGarrity and McKinstry to lead the way at Down Rally

    TWO former winners are included in the entry list for the 2014 Tarmac FMCCL Down Rally, the final round of the McGrady Insurance NI Rally Championship, which kicks off from Lower Square in Castlewellan on Saturday morning.

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