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IRISH LEAGUE: Dungannon must keep discipline against Crues

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This weekend's League Cup final will be broadcast live on Sky Sports. 
Photographer - Matt Mackey / Press Eye

IRISH LEAGUE: NIFL and Sky Sports announce five year deal

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Press Eye - Belfast -  Northern Ireland - 11th February 2017 - Photo by William Cherry

Referee Steven Taylor send Dungannon's Seanan Clucas off after a tackle on Coleraines Lyndon Kane during Saturdays Danske Bank Premiership game at the Showgrounds, Coleraine. Photo by William Cherry/Presseye

Ill-discipline costs Dungannon Swifts

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Northern Ireland will meet New Zealand at the National Stadium at Windsor Park in June

FOOTBALL: Northern Ireland line up international friendly with New Zealand

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RUGBY: Ulster confirm Jono Gibbes as new head coach from next season

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Swift response keeps Stripes in gr-eight form

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ALLIANZ LEAGUE: Tyrone surrender five-point lead and draw with Dublin

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IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine comeback to see off Dungannon

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Jamie McGonigle is a man in form with six goals in his last four games.  Picture by Peter Morrison/PressEye

Coleraine keen to keep moving forward

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Former racer John Burrows, who now runs the Cookstown B.E. Racing team, says swift action must be taken to safeguard the future of Irish National road racing.

Irish road racing ‘in danger of disappearing for good’

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IRISH LEAGUE: Dungannon must keep discipline against Crues

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This weekend's League Cup final will be broadcast live on Sky Sports. 
Photographer - Matt Mackey / Press Eye

IRISH LEAGUE: NIFL and Sky Sports announce five year deal

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Press Eye - Belfast -  Northern Ireland - 11th February 2017 - Photo by William Cherry

Referee Steven Taylor send Dungannon's Seanan Clucas off after a tackle on Coleraines Lyndon Kane during Saturdays Danske Bank Premiership game at the Showgrounds, Coleraine. Photo by William Cherry/Presseye

Ill-discipline costs Dungannon Swifts

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Northern Ireland will meet New Zealand at the National Stadium at Windsor Park in June

FOOTBALL: Northern Ireland line up international friendly with New Zealand

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Coleraine celebrate Darren McCauleys equaliser. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

Swift response keeps Stripes in gr-eight form

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Irish road racing ‘in danger of disappearing for good’

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Ryan Farquhar with Cameron Dawson and his father, Ian.

Ryan Farquhar takes young gun under his wing

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Ryan Farquhar is Ireland's most successful ever national road racer with 197 victories.

Ryan Farquhar: My fears for future of Irish national road racing

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Top Ulster racers (L-R) Lee Johnston, Alastair Seeley, Andy Reid and Ryan Farquhar with promoters Billy and Marty Nutt at the launch of the 2017 Blackhorse NI Motorrcycle Festival.

Big names turn out for launch of NI Motorcycle Festival

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ALLIANZ LEAGUE: Tyrone surrender five-point lead and draw with Dublin

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Colm Cavanagh gets to grips with 
Conor Devaney of Roscommon during the league opener in Healy Park on Sunday. (
Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye)

TYRONE GAA: Cavanagh upbeat ahead of Dublin trip

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Roscommon's 
Ultan Harney is stopped in his tracks by Tyrone duo Tiernan McCann and Ronan McNamee during the National League opener in Healy Park. (Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye)

TYRONE GAA: Red Hands open with Roscommon win

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St Patrick's Eglish.

Eglish back in All-Ireland final after 27 years

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Peter Harte lifts aloft the Dr McKenna Cup thanks to Tyrone's final defeat of Derry. Pics by PressEye Ltd.

Harte’s praise for Tyrone progress across McKenna Cup

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Jono Gibbes

RUGBY: Ulster confirm Jono Gibbes as new head coach from next season

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Bangor II defeated Randalstown to book their place in the last eight and continue the defence of the Towns' Cup, the team the club's firsts won last year

RUGBY: Ulster Towns’ Cup quarter-final draw

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Peter Nelson (left) in action for Ballynahinch

GUINNESS PRO12 RUGBY: Ulster turn to Peter Nelson to fill outhalf void

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Wallace's Ben Morrison and Omagh's Glenn McKinley

SCHOOLS’ CUP RUGBY: Wallace High comfortably dispose of Omagh Academy to take quarter-final place

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