David Mohan has been Sports Editor at Belfast Media Group since 2015, having first began working for the company in 2009 on a freelance basis before returning in a full-time role as a sports journalist in 2013.
He is also a radio broadcaster, presenting a local sport and music show on Saturday afternoons.
SECOND half goals from Ben Arthurs and Adam Neale saw Bangor advance into the Fourth Round of the Steel & Sons Cup at the expense of Belfast Celtic on Saturday.
GOALS win games and two in each half helped Clooney Gaels romp into the Antrim Intermediate Hurling Championship final at the expense of St Gall's at Dunsilly on Friday night.
FOUR years on the spin St John’s have come up agonisingly short in Antrim Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals, but they are back for another crack as they aim to topple defending champions Dunloy on Sunday evening at Dunsilly.
IT will be something of a throwback at Ballycastle on Sunday as Cushendall and Loughgiel face off to decide who will be the first team into this year's Antrim SHC final.
THE lights will be on at Dunsilly on Friday evening as St Gall’s and Clooney Gales will bid to outshine the other with a place in the Intermediate Hurling Championship final up for grabs.
IT’S just the third game of the United Rugby Championship (URC) season but it is already one of the marquee fixtures for Ulster as they host Leinster at the Kingspan Stadium this evening (Friday, 7.35pm, live on BBC2 and RTE).
TWO goals in the space of a minute proved to be the game-breakers for Dunloy who advance into the final of the Intermediate Football Championship at the expense of Davitt's on Sunday.
IT wasn't the comeback Conor Quinn had hoped for at the Europa Hotel as he was forced to content himself with. draw (39-39) against Darwin Martinez.
IT was a night of vindication for Eric Donovan at the Europa Hotel as he claimed the vacant EU super-featherweight title on a unanimous decision in a thriller against Khalil El Hadri.
THE world is now Anthony Cacace's oyster as the West Belfast man claimed the IBO super-featherweight title with a split decision victory (117-111, 116-112, 112-116) over Michael Magnesi at the AO Arena in Manchester.
A DOMINANT display from Glenravel saw them march into the final of the Antrim Intermediate Championship as they emphatically overcame Sarsfield's at Dunsilly on Saturday.
IT’S a case of now or never for Anthony Cacace as he gets ready to tangle with IBO super-featherweight champion Michael Magnesi at the AO Arena on Saturday night (live on BT Sport Box Office).
A PLACE in the final of the Antrim Intermediate Football Championship is on offer at Dunsilly on Sunday when Davitt’s face Dunloy.
THE first of the Intermediate Football Championship semi-finals will take place at Dunsilly on Saturday as Sarsfield’s and Glenravel bid to maintain fine progress this year.
BUILDING momentum and putting himself in the frame for any opportunities that may emerge is the plan for Tommy McCarthy (19-4) who will face Latvia’s Reinis Porozovs (20-18-1) over eight rounds at cruiserweight on Saturday’s Europa Hotel card.