• Newcastle man’s hell in Rubane


    19 November 2014
    DRUNKEN violent assaults, frenzied attacks by staff and sexual abuse so common there was barely an effort to conceal it.

SPORTS

  • Downpatrick in derby delirium

    DOWNPATRICK progressed to the semi-finals of the Border Cup for the second year in a row with a comprehensive win over neighbours Killyleagh YC.
  • Town see off Ballynagross again

    BALLYNAGROSS once again fell victims to their nemesis, Castlewellan, who continue to have a stranglehold over them.
  • Down’s finest are guests of honour

    FIRST Minister Peter Robinson invited Northern Ireland’s ProKick team, which includes two County Down fighters, to Stormont to honour Northern Ireland’s latest sporting successes.
  • Dolphin hold ‘Hinch to draw

    DESPITE the heavy rain during the past week the new drainage system on the number one pitch at Ballymacarn Park worked a treat and the under-foot conditions were pretty good by kick-off time.
  • Club stalwart David receives Spence Cup

    SATURDAY was a special day as the Spence family came to Ballynahinch Rugby Club.
  • Mahon Cup in trophy cabinet at Drumaness

    HAVING come through the earlier two rounds by the skin of their teeth, league leaders Drumaness were hoping to avoid a repeat against St Michael’s A in the Mahon Cup final.

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