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Four points from six makes Warrenpoint a happy bunch - Barry Gray

Pádraig Ó Meiscill
Danske Bank Premiership: Warrenpoint Town v Crusaders (today, 3pm) WARRENPOINT manager Barry Gray admits it is fair to say his squad are a happy bunch given their Christmas exploits to date, but is wary of the impact the games have had on his small squad.

Linfield Swifts claim Steel Cup over gallant Newington

Toal’s Bookmakers Co Antrim Steel & Sons Cup final: Newington 1 Linfield Swifts 3 LINFIELD Swifts lifted the Steel & Sons Cup on Christmas morning for the 11th time in the club’s history after overcoming Newington who defeated them in the decider two years earlier.

'We will honour Jerry Thompson's memory every time we play': Carrick Ranger's boss Niall Currie

Brendan Crossan
Danske Bank Irish Premiership: Carrick Rangers v Glentoran (today, 3pm) CARRICK Rangers manager Niall Currie wants his players to show the “honesty, hard work and desire” that the late Jerry Thompson displayed every time he wore the orange jersey as they return to action this afternoon after mourning the loss of their team-mate and friend.

Joe Gormley heaps praise on Paddy McLaughlin's man-management

Brendan Crossan
Danske Bank Irish Premiership: Cliftonville v Coleraine (today, 3pm) GOAL machine Joe Gormley insists his excellent goal-scoring form this season is down to the faith boss Paddy McLaughlin has shown in him as the Reds resume against high-flying Coleraine this afternoon.

Brendan Crossan: What might have been for Aiden McGeady

Brendan Crossan - The Boot Room
WHO would've thought a post-match Big Mac meal would play a part in hastening the departure of Aiden McGeady at Sunderland Football Club? The former Republic of Ireland winger and team-mate Chris Maguire were 'caught' eating in the fast food chain just hours after Sunderland had lost 1-0 to Gillingham.