IT will be a battle of Belfast at the SSE Arena on December 2 as Tyrone McKenna and Lewis Crocker get set to lock horns in a welterweight fight that has already set tongues wagging in local boxing circles.
Two of the longest established football clubs in West Belfast, St Luke's and Celtic Boys, have announced a major collaboration which they envisage will provide huge benefits for the children, teenagers and young people of the Twinbrook, Poleglass and Lagmore areas.
DEFENDING champions Cargin continue their bid for a seventh Antrim Senior Football Championship title in nine years on Sunday as they bid to return to the decider at the expense of new boys, St Brigid’s.
IT has been a familiar path for Sarsfield’s in the knockout phase of the Antrim Intermediate Championship as for the second straight year, it required a victory over St Paul’s in the last eight to secure a semi-final against Glenravel.
FRESH from their North Belfast derby win over Crusaders on Monday evening, Cliftonville make the trip to the Ballymena Showgrounds to take on the Sky Blues on Saturday (3pm kick-off) looking to make it back-to-back wins in the league.
ANTRIM and Newtownabbey Borough Council’s Planning Committee has unanimously approved plans for a major community hub being developed by Monkstown Boxing Club in just 21 weeks (subject to call-in period).