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  1. Ryanair to return to Belfast City Airport with eight new summer routes

    Ryanair to return to Belfast City Airport with eight new summer routes

    MORE than a decade after removing its fleet in a hissy fit over the length of its runway, budget carrier Ryanair is to resume flying from George Best Belfast City Airport this summer with eight new routes to mainly European sun and city-break destinations including Mallorca, Milan and Ibiza.

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  1. Paddy Bradley: The early years and the magic of Eamonn Coleman

    Paddy Bradley: The early years and the magic of Eamonn Coleman

    “I wouldn’t have watched Derry for a long time,” he says. “I was bitter. I was angry with the way things happened. But I’ve come around. Derry is my county, I spent 14 years between playing for the seniors and minors – so I thought I had to get over it. “The men who made those decisions are gone. I want my young boys to play for Derry. Derry is bigger than anybody. So I was keen to get back involved. The U20s is a massive job. “For me, it’s like a second chance. I know the county board will give me and the players their 100 percent backing. “I’ve already said this to the U20 players: ‘I’m learning from my mistakes as a player. If we’re doing this, we’re doing this right.’” ****In Monday's Part Two: “Da would have to take a lot of credit for 2007. He was manager and I was captain. The greatest achievement I’ll ever have in football was winning a club championship.”

  2. Ulster hopes in camogie All-Stars selections

    Ulster hopes in camogie All-Stars selections

    There will be individual awards tonight for two of the top camogie players in Ulster when the annual Liberty Insurance Camogie All-stars' goes virtual as all the nominees for the Junior and Intermediate Camogie Association/WGPA Players' Player of the Year Awards 2020 from the province.

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