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RUGBY TODAY'S SCHOOLS' CUP AND AIB CUP PROGRAMME House in order for dominant Grosvenor

RUGBY TODAY'S SCHOOLS' CUP AND AIB CUP PROGRAMME House in order for dominant Grosvenor

SCR= CUP 3 after Karl Cullen kicked their penalty and Richard Moore 11111 1 e replied for Carrick. The home team went ahead after - 17 the restart and the scoreline remained 8-3 for a long period. They Grammar piled on the pressure and surged School marched into the third ahead
13 January 2007 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TODAY'S BIG HEINEKEN CUP GAME GB

TODAY'S BIG HEINEKEN CUP GAME GB

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13 January 2007 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OARY MINOR AMATEUR LEAGUE

OARY MINOR AMATEUR LEAGUE

MINOR AMATEUR LEAGUE Carona 6 YM 0 8 Womb° ..... 1 .2 0 D'prvick 3 2 D'donskl 3 3 S 80d 1 Div IA
13 January 2007 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA LEAGUE Five-alive on three fronts

BALLYMENA LEAGUE Five-alive on three fronts

FIVE was the magic number of an atrocious day for football. _ . . Connor' and Cookstown Athletic each sccored that number ma 5-5 draw while leaders Coleraine Crusaders and Cookstown Olympic also made it a five-star show in their victories. Ricky Close gave Crusadrs the lead at D
13 January 2007 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW TRAILFINDER MAGAZINE OUT NOW CALL 028 9027 1888 FOR YOUR COPY

NEW TRAILFINDER MAGAZINE OUT NOW CALL 028 9027 1888 FOR YOUR COPY

13 January 2007 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TELEGRAPH

BELFAST TELEGRAPH

20 January 2007 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Seaview thriller as Crues hit back

Seaview thriller as Crues hit back

Slot Crusaders' Davy Munster congratulates team-mate Stephen Shaw after he scored against Ballymena during the game at Seaview
20 January 2007 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THERE'S MORE FOOTBALL ON PAGES 2,3, 5, 6 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 30, 31 and 32

THERE'S MORE FOOTBALL ON PAGES 2,3, 5, 6 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 30, 31 and 32

20 January 2007 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Faye's winner eases the pressure on Pardew's boys Portsmouth 0 Charlton 1

Faye's winner eases the pressure on Pardew's boys Portsmouth 0 Charlton 1

FORMER Portsmouth midfielder Amady Faye grabbed his first Charlton goal with a late winner against his old club in a Fratton Park shock. And a dramatic late save by Scott Carson denied Andy Cole an equalising header. Faye's 79th-minute strike earned Charlton boss Alan Pardew his
20 January 2007 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sweeney has Shield in sights liv Conor McLaughlin

Sweeney has Shield in sights liv Conor McLaughlin

AFTER sealing his switch from Limavady United to Cliftonville, Vincent Sweeney spoke of how he had joined the Reds to win honours and now, just four games into his stay at the north Belfast outfit, he stands on the brink of doing just that. Tuesday night will mark the 25-yearold
20 January 2007 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland