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IRISH LEAGUE: Captain McCrudden seals big 'Stute win

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IN FULL: Irish Cup fifth round draw

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Limavady United player manager Paul Owens.

IRISH LEAGUE: United boss fuming after heavy loss to Championship leaders

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Ballyclare Comrades Adam Gray (red) scored a brace at Limavady United.

IRISH LEAGUE: Comrades easily see off United

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RUGBY UNION: McCarter expects better City of Derry display

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MOTORSPORT: Devine named Young Rally Driver of Year 2017

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IRISH LEAGUE: ’Stute do enough to see off Loughgall

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AIL RUGBY: Rampant Dungannon destroy City of Derry

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Daryl Gurney.

Daryl Gurney offers to purchase sports kits for Londonderry school

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Institute's Riverside Stadium was severely damaged in the flood in August.

FOOTBALL: Institute to move away from Drumahoe

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IRISH LEAGUE: Captain McCrudden seals big 'Stute win

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IN FULL: Irish Cup fifth round draw

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Limavady United player manager Paul Owens.

IRISH LEAGUE: United boss fuming after heavy loss to Championship leaders

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Ballyclare Comrades Adam Gray (red) scored a brace at Limavady United.

IRISH LEAGUE: Comrades easily see off United

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Institute midfielder Niall Grace fired home a second half double, at Wilton Park, on Saturday.

IRISH LEAGUE: ’Stute do enough to see off Loughgall

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Poynter replaces O'Brien in Irish Cricket Squad

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William Porterfield.

CRICKET: William Porterfield to stay in England

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Simi Singh. Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye

Singh century keeps Ireland Wolves in contention

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Jack Glenn (snr) receives a cheque for the proceeds of the recent Jack Glenn Memorial Day at the Rectory from members of the organising committee- Fred Simpson, Brian Dougherty and Garth Watson. All the money raised will be going to the charities involved in the #GetJackBack operation.

CRICKET: Brigade move into top spot

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RUGBY UNION: McCarter expects better City of Derry display

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The Billy Coleman Award for the Young Rally Driver of the Year, supported by Sport Ireland, was won by 23-year-old Callum Devine,(left) from Derry and The Sexton Trophy for Young Racing Driver of the Year was awarded to 17-year-old Jordan Dempsey, from Mullingar, Co. Westmeath.

MOTORSPORT: Devine named Young Rally Driver of Year 2017

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Dungannon's Peter Doran and City of Derry's Stephen Corr.

AIL RUGBY: Rampant Dungannon destroy City of Derry

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Daryl Gurney.

Daryl Gurney offers to purchase sports kits for Londonderry school

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Jonathan Rea

Jonathan Rea makes BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017 shortlist

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