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NW200: Cooper and Bridewell set for debuts in 2018

Two former British Superbike race winners are set to make their debuts at next year’s international North West 200 with Richard Cooper and Tommy Bridewell preparing to tackle the Triangle course.

Michael Laverty on the Tyco BMW in 2016.

Laverty rejoins Tyco BMW for 2018 and confirms Sunflower Trophy return

Michael Laverty will join Christian Iddon in Northern Ireland’s Tyco BMW team for the 2018 MCE British Superbike Championship.
Keith Farmer celebrates on the podium at Brands Hatch with championship runner-up Andrew Irwin (left) and Ben Currie, who finished third in the standings.

Keith Farmer crowned British champion at Brands Hatch

Keith Farmer finally won the Dickies British Supersport Championship in the last race of the season at Brands Hatch.
Keith Farmer has won nine times in the British Supersport Championship this year.

Keith Farmer targets BSB return in 2018

Keith Farmer hopes to return to the MCE British Superbike Championship in 2018 and has already attracted interest from some of the biggest teams in the paddock.

Northern Ireland will discover who the face in the World Cup play-offs when the draw takes place later this month

Irish FA issue important ticket information for home leg of World Cup play-offs

Ahead of next month's World Cup play-offs, the Irish Football Association has today issued some important ticket information for the home leg.
Northern Ireland fans celebrate

FOOTBALL: Northern Ireland have qualified for the World Cup play-offs

Northern Ireland have secured qualification for the play-offs for next summer's World Cup in Russia.
Kris Meeke of Dungannon wins the WRC Rally of Spain

MOTORSPORT: Kris Meeke wins WRC Rally of Spain

Northern Ireland's Kris Meeke roared to victory at the Rally de Espana as Sebastien Ogier edged closer to the title.

Kris Meeke is leading the Rally of Spain round of WRC

MOTORSPORT: Kris Meeke leading WRC Rally of Spain

Kris Meeke will take a 13-second lead into the final day of the Rally Spain World Championship round.

Ballymena United manager David Jeffrey. Pic by PressEye.

PREMIERSHIP: Jeffrey searching for Swift response by Ballymena at Dungannon

Ballymena United will be aiming to bounce back from last week’s derby disappointment when they take on Dungannon Swifts.

Pictured following the announcement of plans for a new road race in Co Fermanagh are (from left): Rodney Shaw (Enniskillen & District Club chairperson), Sean Cox, (Cleenish Community Association chairperson), Fiona Ferris (club secretary), Gillian Conlon (club treasurer), Trevor Kennedy (vice chairperson) and Gary McBrien (club member and local resident)

Plans in gear for new road race in Co. Fermanagh next year

Plans are underway to revive the Enniskillen 100 road races next year more than six decades since the last race was held between the hedges in Co Fermanagh in 1952.
Magherafelt sports shop celebrates 30 years in business

Magherafelt sports shop celebrates 30 years in business

‘Sportique’ sports shop in Magherafelt town centre is celebrating its 30th birthday today (Thursday) representing a business success story in the town.

Northern Ireland will be hoping to make it to the World Cup finals in Russia next year. (Photo: Presseye)

Football quiz: Northern Ireland v Germany

There's plenty of history between the Northern Ireland national football team and its German counterpart.

Keith Farmer endured a miserable weekend at Assen.

Keith Farmer misses title chance after time penalty at Assen

Keith Farmer will have to wait until the final round of the Dickies British Supersport Championship for the chance to win the title after a dramatic Feature race at Assen on Sunday.
Keith Farmer crashed out on the opening lap of the British Supersport Sprint race at Assen.

Farmer's wait for title glory goes on after Assen tumble

Keith Farmer’s title celebrations have been put on ice after the Appleyard Macadam Yamaha rider came off in the Dickies British Supersport Sprint race at Assen on Saturday.
Northern Ireland's Jonathan Rea says his record-breaking third straight World Superbike title success is yet to sink in.

'Stuff of dreams' for three-time world champ Jonathan Rea

Triple World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea says his history-making three-in-a-row feat is the stuff of dreams after the Ulster rider got the job done in France today.
Northern Ireland's Jonathan Rea has made history after winning the World Superbike Championship for the third successive year in France.

Jonathan Rea makes history with third world title

Jonathan Rea has made World Superbike history as the Kawasaki rider clinched a third successive title in France with an imperious performance in the wet.

FEATURE: Footballer Kendra McMullan believes good times are only just beginning for Sion Swifts

The good times continue for Sion Swifts’ Kendra McMullan and not even sickness could keep her down.

Glenavon's Adam Foley and Dungannon's Kris Lowe

FOOTBALL: Rodney McAree feels Dungannon deserved their point against Glenavon

Dungannon Swifts manager Rodney McAree shares his thoughts after a 1-1 away draw with Glenavon in the Danske Bank Premiership

Glenavon's Adam Foley and Dungannon's Kris Lowe

IRISH LEAGUE: Glenavon and Dungannon share spoils in Mourneview draw

Kawasaki's Jonathan Rea can clinch an unprecedented third World Superbike crown this weekend in France.

WSBK: Rea keeping his focus as world title looms

Victory in Saturday’s opening World Superbike race will see Jonathan Rea crowned champion for an unprecedented third year in a row.

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