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Willowbank take derby spoils

Willowbank v Glendowan is a fixture both teams look forward to at the start of the Belfast and East Antrim League calendar as both teams are situated in West Belfast and it’s a fierce rivalry. Glendowan were to start off the better side dominating possession and creating numerous chances as well.

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Model test for Antrim in league opener as Railway Cup reaches end of the line

Last weekend was something of a ‘nothing happening’ couple of days as the action was confined to the Railway Cup semi-finals (now renamed the M Donnelly Tournament) and the semi finals of the Senior Club Football Championships.

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Kernan praises Loughrey’s debut in an Ulster jersey

ULSTER inter-provincial manager Joe Kernan was quick to sing the praises of James Loughrey who played a key role in helping the northern province into this Sunday’s inter-provincial final in Armagh. Loughrey had a fine game and even chipped in with a point as Ulster overcame Connacht 3-16 to 0-11 during last weekend’s semi-final in Sligo.

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Wallace looking forward to Wexford clash as league begins

THE long wait is over for Antrim hurling fans as they will get their first glimpse of life under Jerry Wallace on Sunday. Wexford provide the opposition in the first game of the new-look National Hurling League 1B and many will be intrigued as to whether the

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Aquinas star earns call up

James MacSorley, a Year 13 pupil at Aquinas Grammar School, was recently called into the Great Britain B team for the International Wheelchair Basketball Challenge, which took place at the Antrim Forum from 7-9 February.

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McCarthy magic helps Santos to Crewe victory

When both teams had their respective league fixtures called off late, this hastily arranged friendly helped both sides avoid the dreaded winter ‘lay off’ and allowed all players to get a much needed game.

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