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Linfield's Andy Waterworth savours winning feeling

By Padraig Kelly
WHEN Linfield striker Andy Waterworth is asked for the pivotal moment in their successful pursuit of this year’s Gibson Cup, he takes himself all the way back to November when the Blues lost 2-1 at home to Coleraine.

Female soccer participation now at all-time high in Northern Ireland

FEMALE participation in soccer is now at an historic high across Northern Ireland with more than 10,000 girls and women playing football every week - a figure that has risen by 25 per cent over the last two years alone according to statistics collated by the IFA and Electric Ireland.

Tottenham and Liverpool take first leg leads over Man City and Porto

By Andy Hampson and David Charlesworth
Uefa Champions League quarter-final, first leg: Tottenham 1 Manchester City 0 MAURICIO Pochettino fears Harry Kane could miss the remainder of the season after suffering another ankle injury in Tottenham's Champions League defeat of Manchester City.

Hibernian fan jailed for confronting Rangers captain

By Tom Eden
A Hibernian fan has been jailed for 100 days for aggressively confronting Rangers captain James Tavernier during a match after jumping over the advertising hoardings and kicking away the ball.

Newry City win biggest match since re-formation

Andy Watters
Danske Bank Irish Premiership Newry City 3 Ards 0 NEWRY City coach Gary Boyle has described the game against Ards on Friday night as “the biggest” for the club since its reformation six years ago.

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