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10-man Harps pick up big win on Shannonside as they catch Limerick to move out of drop zone
The guests had Killian Cantwell sent-off and boss Ollie Horgan sent to the stands but still managed to rack up a victory.
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Barry McNamee's long-distance lob ensures smash and grab Derry win in Tallaght
Aaron McEneff was also on the mark as the Candystripes got the better of Shamrock Rovers.
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Ireland U20 forwards Jones and Regan make switch from Leinster to join Ulster academy
The second and back row represented Leinster through age grades and up to ‘A’ level.
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Five-goal thriller in Ballybofey as 10-man Finn Harps make it two home wins in a week
The Shannonsiders scored a second with just a few minutes left to make things interesting but the hosts held on.
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Elastic Banda: Substitute proves crucial as Harps take bragging rights in derby with Derry
The attacker came off the bench early in the first-half and grabbed the opening goal.
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Bohemians keep slim European hopes alive as Akinade double sinks Derry
The teams shared five goals at the Brandywell with all of them coming in the opening 45 minutes.
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'Welcome to Manchester': The Top 6 City/United derby moments
Do you remember the goal that relegated Manchester United?
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Martin hits out at Taoiseach on the North
‘The affairs of the north are our business.’
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McDowell produces masterclass to beat Lowry at WGC World Matchplay
GMac will play Jason Day in the quarter-final after a superb front nine did for the Offaly giantkiller.
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In pictures: Belfast welcomes home its Olympic boxing heroes
The fun just won’t stop for Paddy Barnes and Michael Conlon.
# medal hunter
Double bogeys cost amateur golfer Alan Dunbar on his Open debut
The 22-year-old was left cursing three mismanaged holes but still outscored his compatriot, a ‘disgusted’ Darren Clarke.