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From Wonder Woman to title winner

Institute manager Paddy McLaughlin was full of praise for his side, after they clinched the Bluefin Sport Championship title.
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Institute manager Paddy McLaughlin: “No game is over at half-time and to be fair to Limavady they came out and put it up to us in the second half and had us on the back foot for the majority of the second half and you have to give them credit.

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Institute's Riverside Stadium after the floods in August.

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Limavady United player manager Paul Owens.

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