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Crusaders ace Sean Ward: Still in pursuit of excellence

SERIAL winner Sean Ward has lost count of how many times he’s played in Europe in an Irish League career spanning over 17 years – but Crusaders’ Europa League Qualifier first leg clash with English Premiership side Wolves at a packed Molineux last Thursday night was the most memorable.

Legal and sporting obligation to promote equality of opportunity among people with disability: Paul Lenehan

Paul Lenehan
“We had to make some difficult decisions… I think Special Olympics is an awesome organisation – one that is well supported by the philanthropic sector” THIS was the evidence of the US Education Secretary, Betsy DeVos as she defended the Trump Administration’s decision to end public funding for the US Special Olympics programme before a US Senate Committee earlier this year.

Linfield let lead slip at the death

LINFIELD will take a crucial 2-2 scoreline into next Thursday’s Europa League second round, second leg clash with HB Torshavn at Windsor Park, but it could have been so much better for David Healy’s side.

Dundalk boss calls for a hero to step up

By Padraig Kelly
DUNDALK manager Vinny Perth has told his players that they must rise to the occasion as they prepare to welcome Qarabag FK to Oriel Park tonight for their Champions League second qualifying round first leg encounter.

Cliftonville can upset Europa League opponents FK Haugesund: Conor McMenamin

Brendan Crossan
UEFA Europa League First Qualifying Round second leg: FK Haugesund v Cliftonville (tonight, Haugesund Stadion, 6pm) CLIFTONVILLE midfielder Conor McMenamin believes there is still plenty of life left in the club’s Europa League adventure despite trailing Norwegian outfit FK Haugesund 1-0 ahead of tonight’s second leg clash.

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