NEWINGTON will be hoping to make a return to winning ways when they take on Linfield Swifts in Saturday’s Intermediate Cup third round tie at Solitude (kick-off 1.30pm).
THE distance might be 10k, but we’ve taken a long road to get back to this point. Thankfully, the 2022 St Patrick’s Day Spar Craic 10k returns to the streets of Belfast.
NEWINGTON suffered just their second league defeat of the season as Armagh City claimed a 2-1 win at Holm Park to move to the top of the Premier Intermediate League.
GAMES against teams from the top two divisions will greatly assist Antrim’s preparations for their forthcoming Division Three campaign according to coach Stevie O’Neill.
ANTRIM made a winning start to their Dr McKenna Cup campaign with a battling two-point victory over Down in Páirc Esler on Tuesday night.
ANTRIM’S footballers begin their 2022 season with a trip to Páirc Esler on Tuesday night (8.15pm) as they face Down in their Dr McKenna Cup opener.
A JOE McNeill strike midway through the first half was enough to secure all three points for Crumlin Star at the expense of Immaculata at the Cricky on Saturday.
NEWINGTON ended 2021 on a high and they’ll be hoping to maintain their fine run of form when they take on Queen’s in the first round the Irish Cup on Saturday at The Dub.
NEWINGTON lifted the Steel and Sons Cup for the second time on Christmas morning thanks to a 1-0 win over Linfield Swifts at Seaview.
FAMILIAR foes Newington and Linfield Swifts clash for the third time in four seasons in the Steel and Sons Cup on Christmas morning at Seaview.
IT might be paraphrasing from a 90s rock classic, but Newington skipper Richard Gowdy doesn’t ever wanna to feel like he did that day.
ST JOHN’S camogie manager Domhnall Nugent feels a win in Sunday’s Bridie McMenamin Shield final against Magherafelt could be a real catalyst for camogie in Belfast.
THE more things change the more they stay the same. Slaughtneil had the measure of Dunloy in 2017 and 2019.
COLIN Valley are just one win away from a possible glamour tie against an Irish Premiership team as they bid qualify for the first round of the Irish Cup at the expense of Bangor on Saturday (Colin Valley Park, 1.30pm).
CRUMLIN Star’s hopes of winning a third successive Border Cup were dashed by Rathfriland Rangers at Seaview on Wednesday night as Ruairi Fitzpatrick’s late goal gave the Co Down side a 1-0 victory.