Belfast boxer Carl Frampton has set the record straight after his singing was branded “horrific”.Read the full story ›
Five Belfast Giants have been named in the Team GB squad set to face Norway in back-to-back international games.Read the full story ›
Holders Ballymena United bowed out of the Co Antrim Shield after crashing to a 2-1 defeat against Ards at the Showgrounds on Tuesday night.Read the full story ›
The date has been set for Carl Frampton’s rematch with Leo Santa Cruz.
The Jackal will face the Mexican in Las Vegas on 28 January, hoping to defend his WBA featherweight world title.
Tiger’s Bay man Frampton confirmed the details in a tweet on Tuesday evening.
Derrick Walser and Matt Nickerson reflect on the weekend's mixed fortunes for the Belfast Giants - and hope they are back to winning ways.Read the full story ›
Crusaders are back in the IRN BRU Cup after Livingston were found to have fielded an ineligible player.
A disciplinary hearing said the suspended Alan Lithgo played the full 90 minutes of the Scottish side’s 2-1 win earlier this month.
Livingston have been fined £4,000 and ordered to replay the game on 1 November at Seaview.
SPFL Chief Executive Ian Doncaster said: “In the interests of sporting integrity and fairness to both sides the game will be replayed.”
The proposed design for the new Casement Park in Belfast have been unveiled on Monday.Read the full story ›
Paddy Jackson’s dramatic drop goal two minutes from full time gave Ulster victory over the Exeter Chiefs at Kingspan Stadium on Saturday.Read the full story ›
The Belfast Giants got their revenge for Friday’s defeat against Coventry Blaze when they beat them in Saturday’s hot-tempered encounter.Read the full story ›
- Ballinamallard United 1-2 Portadown
Portadown picked up only their second win of the league campaign with a 2-1 win over fellow strugglers Ballinamallard at Ferney Park.
Niall Henderson gave the visitors the lead from the penalty spotb in the 33rd minute after Niall Haire had been fouled inside the area, and Stephen Hughes doubled his side’s lead in the 50th minute when he fired home after some neat interplay with Robbie Garrett.
The Mallards pulled one back from Shane McGinty’s 58th minute header but were unable to muster an equaliser.
The result sees Portadown stay bottom on -3 points, although they move to within eight points of the Co Fermanagh side in the table.