BALLYMACASH Rangers have one foot in next season's Premier Intermediate Division as the Mid-Ulster League champions were impressive in their 3-0 first-leg victory over St James' Swifts at Bluebell Stadium on Tuesday.
THE coaches of Cliftonville Ladies’ Academy teams will lace up their boots and swap the touchline for the pitch as they take on the parents of the various youth teams at the club in a charity game on Sunday to show their support for Mental Health Awareness Week.
ST JAMES’ SWIFTS were declared winners of the Ballymena Intermediate League on Saturday at the expense of fellow West Belfast side Belfast Celtic after they were found to have fielded an ineligible player during the campaign.
ON Saturday evening, the race for the Gibson Cup will come a conclusion and with it one of the most exciting races in years as champions Linfield and underdogs Cliftonville face their respective dates with destiny.
THE Irish Premiership title race will go down to the final day of the season between Cliftonville and Linfield after Ryan Curran struck twice in the space of four minutes to ensure that the Reds came from behind to claim a 3-3 draw in Saturday evening’s thrilling North Belfast derby with Crusaders at Seaview.