IRISH LEAGUE: Dungannon holding on to top six hope

Dungannon Swifts manager Rodney McAree knows getting into the top six before the split is a long shot but he is keeping the faith as his side face Ards at Stangmore Park tomorrow afternoon.

Northern Ireland football manager Michael O'Neill after he received his Member of the Order of British Empire (MBE) medal

Northern Ireland boss, Michael O’Neill, MBE, talks football with the Queen!

Michael O’Neill talked football with the Queen as he was appointed an MBE at Buckingham Palace.

Dungannon Swifts boss Rodney McAree
. Pic by Dylan McIlwaine

IRISH LEAGUE: Dungannon must keep discipline against Crues

Dungannon Swifts manager Rodney McAree knows his side face a tough task tonight at they host league leaders Crusaders at Stangmore Park.

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

The Irish League is back on Sky Sports.

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

Northern Ireland will face New Zealand in an international friendly in Belfast this summer.

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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

Frustration was the mood in the air when Rodney McAree tried his best to sum up Saturday’s defeat at Coleraine.

Coleraine celebrate Darren McCauleys equaliser. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

Swift response keeps Stripes in gr-eight form

Coleraine’s excellent form in 2017 shows no sign of abating.

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Coleraine's Adam Mullan with Dungannon's Cormac Burke during Saturday's Danske Bank Premiership game at the Showgrounds, Coleraine. Photo by William Cherry/Presseye

IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine comeback to see off Dungannon


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

Things are bubbling along nicely at Coleraine Showgrounds.

Ballymena United defeated H&W Welders to make the quarter-finals

TENNENTS IRISH CUP: Quarter-final draw

Crusaders will meet Linfield in the quarter-finals of the Tennents Irish Cup.

Dollingstown captain Aaron Moffett and team-mates celebrate the opening goal in a fifth-round victory over Richhill AFC.

IRISH CUP: Dollingstown will dare to dream at Dungannon Swifts

Dollingstown will step out at Stangmore Park having made history with a first appearance on the Irish Cup’s sixth-round stage.

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has been rested for the  FA Cup fourth-round clash with Wigan on Sunday

SOCCER: A look ahead of the fourth round of the FA Cup

It’s the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Andrew Mitchell is keen to continue his fine form before leaving Stangmore Park this summer.

Picture by Peter Morrison/Press Eye

IRISH LEAGUE: Mitchell desperate to deliver for Dungannon

Andrew Mitchell is desperate to deliver for Dungannon before his summertime departure.

Andrew Mitchell signs a pre-contract agreement to join Glenavon this summer from Dungannon Swifts. Also included is Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton. Pic by Pacemaker Press/Alan Weir.

Mitchell signs Glenavon deal

Andrew Mitchell will return to his former club this summer with “unfinished business” in Glenavon colours.

Andrew Mitchell. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

Mitchell looks set for Glenavon summer switch

Glenavon appear to have won the race to sign Andrew Mitchell, the Danske Bank Premiership’s leading scorer.

Juventus bagdes, old and new

Quiz: Can you identify these football clubs by their old badges?

Italian giants Juventus' iconic black and white badge has received a makeover, and football fans around the world have wasted no time in giving their views on the Serie A club’s new look.

Ballymena boss David Jeffrey.

IRISH LEAGUE: Ballymena’s David Jeffrey hoping for the same again

Ballymena United boss David Jeffrey is demanding the ‘same again’ when Dungannon Swifts visit the Showgrounds on Saturday.

Linfield manager David Healy celebrates following his side's victory over Glentoran.

IRISH CUP: Sixth round draw

Linfield will play an away tie against Institute in the sixth round of the Tennent’s Irish Cup after defeating rivals Glentoran 2-1 in extra time at The Oval on Saturday.

Dungannon Swifts Cormac Burke celebrates.

IRISH CUP: Dungannon breeze past Championship side Dergview

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Ballinamallard substitute Niall Owens
was the late hero against Dungannon Swifts at Stangmore Park. (Photo by TONY HENDRON/

IRISH LEAGUE: Owens off bench to give Mallards draw at Dungannon

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