Crusaders beat Dungannon Swifts 3-0 on Saturday to stay two points ahead of Coleraine at the top of the Irish League table.Read the full story ›
NI boss Michael O'Neill has suggested he was misinterpreted by certain sections of the media over the issue of player eligibility.Read the full story ›
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The Northern Ireland squad to face South Korea has been named.
Veteran defenders Aaron Hughes and Gareth McAuley are included in Michael O’Neill’s side - however Chris Brunt and Will Grigg have not been named.
The uncapped duo of goalkeeper Conor Hazard and full-back Jamal Lewis have also been called up.
The friendly will be played at Windsor Park on 24 March.
Crusaders had their lead at the top of the Irish Premiership cut after losing to Cliftonville, while second-placed Coleraine beat Ballymena.Read the full story ›
A hat-trick from Jordan Owens helped Crusaders to a big 6-1 win over Glenavon at Mourneview Park on Tuesday, while Ballymena beat Dungannon.Read the full story ›
Loughgall sprang a shock at Mourneview Park to knock Glenavon out and make it to the Irish Cup semi-finals.Read the full story ›
Portadown FC has confirmed the departure of team boss Niall Currie.Read the full story ›
Dungannon Swifts made history as they secured their first senior trophy with a 3-1 win over Ballymena United in the League Cup final.Read the full story ›
NI international Jonny Evans has identified himself as one of the West Brom players involved in an incident during a training camp in Spain.Read the full story ›
- Ards 0-4 Carrick
Carrick Rangers came away from Ards with a comprehensive Danske Bank Premiership win.
Jonathan Smith fired Carrick ahead after just eight minutes, finishing after a neat turn in the penalty area.
Ards needed a strong start to the second half, but they made, from their own point of view, the worst one possible.
Just three minutes after the re-start, Paddy McNally volleyed in a second for Carrick, after the north Down side failed to deal with a corner.
On 54 minutes, Carrick took a vice-like grip on the game when Lee Chapman netted to make it 3-0.
Ards' afternoon just got worse as Rangers netted a fourth, Eamonn Scannell on-hand to score.