Ards and Ballinamallard United shared a six goal thriller after a 3-3 draw at the Bangor Fuels Arena on Friday night.Read the full story ›
Cliftonville move up a place into second spot in the table after securing a 1-0 win at the Coleraine Showgrounds on Friday night.Read the full story ›
A late winner from Andy Mitchell saw Dungannon Swifts defeat Glenavon 1-0 at Mourneview Park on Friday night.Read the full story ›
Ulster coach Les Kiss has several key players returning in time for a tough trip to Wales to face rivals the Cardiff Blues.Read the full story ›
Mark Allen is out of snooker’s UK Championship.
The Antrim man was beaten 6-3 by John Higgins in Thursday afternoon’s last 16 match at the York Barbican.
Allen lost the first two frames but recovered to draw level before the mid-session interval, finishing with a century break.
However it was Higgins who pulled ahead when play resumed and he went on to secure his spot in the quarter finals, where he will face Mark Selby.
Mark Allen tweeted his disappointment after the match.
Disappointed to lose but when you're on top against one of the best you have to make it count. Missed chances at start of frame 6 cost me!!
The Ireland and Ulster centre Jared Payne has been ruled out for three months due to a kidney injury.
Payne sustained the injury in Ireland’s recent win over Australia, with Ulster Rugby confirming the news on Thursday.
It means he will miss the Six Nations games against Scotland, Italy and France.
There was more bad news for Ulster fans, as Andrew Trimble was ruled out for the next few weeks with a tendon problem in his foot.
Full time: Armagh City 2-1 Loughgall. City into the MUC final against Warrenpoint Town after a spirited second half derby display!
Armagh City came from behind to see off Loughgall 2-1 in their Mid Ulster Cup semi-final clash at Holm Park on Wednesday night.
They will now face Warrenpoint Town in the final in the New Year.
It had all started so well for Loughgall, who took the lead on six minutes through Andrew Devlin.
They held onto that lead until first half stoppage time when Shea McGerrigan nipped in at the back post to make it 1-1.
Armagh edged ahead thanks to a superb free kick by Paul Carvill and despite late pressure from Loughgall, the home side held on for the win.
Belfast will host the Friendship Four tournament for a further two years after its success in becoming one of NI's most televised events.Read the full story ›
Warrenpoint Town booked their place in the final of the Mid Ulster Cup with a 3-1 win over favourites Glenavon at Mourneview Park.Read the full story ›
Crusaders will meet Linfield in the final of the Co Antrim Shield on 24 January after seeing off a stubborn PSNI outfit 4-2 at Seaview.Read the full story ›