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Tyrone GAA star changing sides for a good cause

Tyrone star Sean Cavanagh is lending his support to this Saturday's Cycle Against Suicide spin-off - even though it's the Armagh leg and it took all he had to handle the orange jersey.

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St. Patrick's players dejected after the final whistle in Croke Park on Sunday. 
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TYRONE GAA: Croke Park heartbreak for Rock

AIB All Ireland Junior Football Final

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Ian Hutchinson's 2017 Tyco BMW S1000RR Superstock machine.

TAS Racing unveils 2017 Tyco BMW livery

Northern Ireland’s TAS Racing team has unveiled its 2017 livery for the MCE British Superbike Championship and international road races.
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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

The Irish League is back on Sky Sports.

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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

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

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Jono Gibbes

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

Ulster have landed a major coup in attracting former All Black international Jono Gibbes to Kingspan Stadium as head coach ahead of the 2017-18 season.

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Slaughteil celebrate their victory over St. Vincent's which takes them to the All Ireland club final.
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Picture: Philip Magowan / PressEye)

DERRY GAA: Superb Slaughtneil into All Ireland final

Slaughtneil 0-12, St Vincent’s 0-10

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Tobermore manager Adrian Whiteside

IRISH LEAGUE: Tobermore hoping to kick on from cup exit

Tobermore United’s Irish Cup campaign may have come to an end on Saturday but there were plenty of positives for them to take from the game.

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Ben McKinless comes in to start against Meath this Sunday in Navan. (
Picture: Philip Magowan / PressEye)

Derry GAA: Meath game is ‘must win’ for both sides claims McGuckin

National League Division Two: Meath v Derry (Sunday, Navan, 3pm)

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INJURY BLOW . . .
 Mark Lynch has been ruled out for up to six weeks. (Photo Lorcan Doherty / Presseye.com)

DERRY GAA: League blow as Lynch ruled out for six weeks

Derry’s Division Two hopes have been dealt a major blow after it was confirmed Mark Lynch has been ruled out for six weeks with a knee injury.

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ONE EYE ON THE FUTURE . . .Derry manager, Damian Barton.

(Picture: Philip Magowan / PressEye)

DERRY GAA: ‘Project Derry’ still with a point to prove

Clare was a difficult game to assess from a Derry perspective; a point gained or one dropped?

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Slaughtneil's Chrissy McKaigue is pictured ahead of their clash in the AIB GAA Senior Football Club Championship Semi Final against St Vincent's. (Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile)

DERRY GAA: Slaughtneil ready for St. Vincent’s semi-final

Slaughtneil teams have never been known to flinch in the face of a challenge but the Emmet’s will need all their mental resolve against Leinster champions St. Vincent’s in Saturday’s All Ireland Senior Club semi-final in Newry.

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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’

Respected team owner John Burrows says he fears the unique spectacle of Irish road racing could disappear for good unless swift action is taken to safeguard the future of the sport.

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Derry's Neil Forester.

(Picture: Philip Magowan / PressEye)

DERRY GAA: Forester sets sights on top of table despite Clare draw

Neil Forester claims Derry’s Division Two ambitions remain at the top end of the table despite being held to an opening day draw by promoted Clare in Celtic Park on Sunday.

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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

Having seen off the challenge of Roscommon in their opening game at home, Tyrone face a trip to Croke Park this Saturday night to take on title favourites Dublin.

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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

Allianz National Football League Division One

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BRA's Jack Burton in action with Rainey's mark Mullholand

SCHOOLS’ CUP RUGBY: BRA ease past Rainey Endowed to quarter-finals

BRA 44 RAINEY ENDOWED 7

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James Kielt kicked a superb injury time point to rescue a point for Derry against Clare in Celtic Park.

DERRY GAA: Kielt rescues point against Clare

Derry 0-11, Clare 1-08

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Press Eye-Belfast-Northern Ireland 4th Feb. 2017  Coleraine v Tobermore- Tennents Irish Cup  Coleraine's Jamie McGonigle celebrates after scoring against Tobermore United during Saturday's Tennents Irish Cup match.   Picture by Peter Morrison/PressEye

IRISH CUP: McGonigle fires Coleraine into quarter finals

Coleraine 1 Tobermore United 0

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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.

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