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Carrick Rangers' Lee Chapman. Pic by Pacemaker.

IRISH LEAGUE: Nixon offers apology to Ards fans but delight for Carrick Rangers’ McAlinden

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Ards manager Colin Nixon. Pic by INPHO.

IRISH LEAGUE: Carrick Rangers cruise past Ards

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FOOTBALL: Michael O'Neill signs four year Northern Ireland contract extension

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Jordan McEneff relishing Arsenal return after untimely injury

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Three-year deal signed to bring World Superbikes to Northern Ireland

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FOOTBALL: West Brom expecting Jonny Evans interest ahead of deadline day

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Triple world Superbike champion, Jonathan Rea celebrates winning the Cornmarket/ Enkalon Irish Motorcyclist of the Year at the awards in Belfast. Rea was presented with a new trophy as well as the Joey Dunlop award to mark his three world titles.

MOTORBIKES: ‘Rider of Year’ treble for world champion Jonathan Rea

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2017 NI Open champion Robin Sciot-Siegrist from France with the trophy alongside Modest! Golf directors Mark McDonnell and Niall Horan

GOLF: Strokeplay format returns for Northern Ireland Open at Galgorm in 2018

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IRISH LEAGUE: Nixon offers apology to Ards fans but delight for Carrick Rangers’ McAlinden

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Ards manager Colin Nixon. Pic by INPHO.

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Jordan McEneff (Arsenal) pictured playing against Luton Town U18s at London Colney during a pre-season friendly before injury struck. Picture  by David Price (Arsenal Football Club).

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Coleraine's Jamie McGonagle opens the scoring for Coleraine against Linfield

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Three-time champion Jonathan Rea could soon be racing in a World Superbike round on his home patch in Northern Ireland.

Three-year deal signed to bring World Superbikes to Northern Ireland

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Triple world Superbike champion, Jonathan Rea celebrates winning the Cornmarket/ Enkalon Irish Motorcyclist of the Year at the awards in Belfast. Rea was presented with a new trophy as well as the Joey Dunlop award to mark his three world titles.

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Blackhorse NI Motorcycle Festival organiser Billy Nutt pictured with (from left) Simon Reid, Keith Farmer and Alastair Seeley at the launch of the event on Thursday at the Eikon Exhibition Centre.

Plans in top gear for 2018 Blackhorse NI Motorcycle Festival

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