CLIFTONVILLE returned to winning ways in the league with Ryan Curran striking to see off Ballymena United at Solitude on Saturday afternoon.
IT’S a return to Solitude for Cliftonville on Saturday as they host Ballymena United hoping to get back to winning ways.
CLIFTONVILLE ended a hard run of away fixtures over the last 10 days with a 1-1 draw away to Larne at Inver Park on Tuesday evening.
CLIFTONVILLE boss Paddy McLaughlin is delighted that Tuesday evening will see his side finish a run of five successive away fixtures.
COLERAINE and Cliftonville shared the spoils after a goalless draw at the Showgrounds on Saturday afternoon.
TWO first half goals were enough to see Bangor end Colin Valley's run in the Irish Cup as the Premier Intermediate club marched into the fifth round at a chilly Colin Valley Park on Saturday.
IT remains one of Irish sports most iconic quotes and for those of a certain middle-aged vintage and above, June 25, 1990 is one of those days that will bring back the fondest of memories.
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).
CLIFTONVILLE manager Paddy McLaughlin is embracing his side’s run of big games as they face a top of the table clash with Coleraine at the weekend.
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.
NEWINGTON progressed to the third round of the Intermediate Cup as two late goals from substitute Aodhán Gillen gave them a 2-0 win over a battling Richhill side on Saturday afternoon.
A BLISTERING middle third of this Intermediate Cup tie at Donegal Celtic Park saw Lisburn Distillery hit the hosts for six and stroll into the Third Round of the competition.
THE South Belfast Youth Football League has announced an exciting new partnership with English Football League side Milton Keynes Dons Football Club.
IT is a huge test of their credentials this Saturday as Cliftonville head to Windsor Park to face defending champions Linfield in Saturday (3pm).
ST James’ Swifts manager Barry Johnston believes his current squad are more than capable of ending the season with silverware and is hoping for another extended run in this season’s Intermediate Cup.